Val Tiberina is a valley between Tuscany and Umbria, crossed by the river Tevere (Tiber). This area of the valley, encircled by mountains and far from the more used routes, has remained long isolated and did not know external influences. Its landscape is characterized by the presence of chestnut trees and green pastures. Today Val Tiberina is rich in beautiful and evocative villages, paths to walk in order to dip in the nature, but, above all, in artistic works of the Renaissance. Here one of the greater Italian artists of the Renaissance, Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564), was born; he was a brilliant and restless personality, one of the protagonists of the art history. The name of Michelangelo is connected to a series of works, known all over the world and considered among the most important of the whole art. We cite the David, the frescoes of the Sistina Chapel in Rome, the Pietą, the Mosč and the monumental complex of the Tombe Medicee in the church of San Lorenzo in Florence.