Rome, which is the national capital, is located 100 miles (161 kilometers) southeast of Rigomagno, while Florence is 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the northwest.
Italy is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is relatively easy. Be sure leave yourself some time to experience the incredible range of scenic and cultural wonders the region offers. Praetorian Palace and Buriano Bridge and Penna Natural Reserve which are in and around Civitella in Val di Chiana, are well worth visiting. Civitella in Val di Chiana, is 9 miles (14 kilometers) from Rigomagno. Another option is to make your way over to Montepulciano. It's approximately 12 miles (19 kilometers) from Rigomagno and is home to the Consorzio del Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and Cantina Contucci.
About 15 miles (24 kilometers) to the east of Rigomagno is Cortona, a regional city where you can explore Museo Diocesano, Santa Maria delle Grazie and Piazza della Repubblica. Cathedral of Cortona, Palazzo Comunale and Santa Maria Nuova are also good places to head to.
Take the time to delve deeper into Italy by understanding its earlier chapters. A good place to start is with a visit to the area's fine old archeological sites. For a budget-friendly, outdoor experience that will interest the entire family, take the time to stop by the region's popular open-air museums, street art and open-air markets.
Have you often wondered how it would feel to try paragliding? This region is a good place to do it. If the weather is fine while you are here, get outside. Rafting and swimming are two local options.
As your adventures here draw to a close, spend your last euros on that last souvenir and bid a fond Ciao (farewell) to the people you've met and the spots you've been.