The town with just 1457 residents, is still to this day unspoilt by tourism and offers well-preserved architecture dating back to the 12th century. There is a beautiful and well-attended church, winding streets, small squares and magnificent views of the Tuscan countryside. Also at the two bars in Chianni, where you - in addition to a quick espresso, a glass of wine or a drink - also can buy sandwiches, cakes and delicious ice cream. As everywhere in Italy, there are a lot of men hanging out at the local bars - as the bars have a very important social function in Italy. The annual wild boar feast 'Sagra del Cinghiale' in mid-November lasts for days and attracts people from far and near, arriving in buses, so they do not have to worry about how they come back home. The city decorated with strings of lights, there are parades, live music and stalls on all the small squares with food, drink and sale of local products.