San Miniato Italy

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Discover the top photo spots in San Miniato

Sitting high and pretty midway between Pisa and Florence, the enchanting medieval hilltop town of San Miniato won’t fail to catch your eye. SNAPP Pro Stefano Coltelli invites you to explore this Tuscan gem with his 29-spot guide to San Miniato with over 100 beautiful images to inspire your trip.


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San Miniato is one of the most famous cities in Tuscany and not to be missed. Small and surrounded by medieval buildings, you can easily explore it in a day or two on foot, but there are also many viewpoints within an easy drive of San Miniato from which to admire a stunning Tuscan sunrise or sunset. I would particularly recommend taking in a sunset from the meadow of the Tower of Federico II in autumn or winter if you can.


Tuscany is a safe destination for travel in general. You can photograph everywhere in confidence, including at night, but apply usual common sense when out with your camera gear. Italy uses standard European two-pin plugs at 220V. Tuscany has very few restrictions for photography; tripods and flash photography are not permitted in most museums and galleries.

The Best Photo Locations In San Miniato

We show you where, when and how to get the very best travel photos in San Miniato.


About The Author

Stefano Coltelli

I'm an Italian photographer based in Tuscany. I like to photograph landscapes and nature. Initially I was mainly interested in landscapes, which lead me to travel around the world. In time I also discovered the wonderful world of macro photography. Photography for me is a way to express myself and to show the world what is often hidden from us by busying ourselves with the daily routine. I've received awards in national and international competitions and some of my photos have appeared in international publications.