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    • Siena (Siena)

    Agriturismo Marciano

    Agriturimo Marciano : an exlusive opportunity, two holidays at the place of only one. stay in the country and life downtown. Marciano is located near the walls of the Middle Age town of Siena.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Restaurant
      • Cooking Classes
      • Food & Wine tasting


    • San Gimignano (Siena)

    Agriturismo la Lucciolaia

    In the vicinity of the medieval centre of San Gimignano, nestled in the rolling hills of the gorgeous Tuscan countryside, Agriturismo La Lucciolaia is perfectly located for exploring Tuscany's most prized art towns.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Restaurant
      • Pool
      • Food & Wine tasting
      • Weddings
      • Sport activities


    • Siena (Siena)

    La Lastra

    In the hills of the gorgeous Tuscan countryside, just 2kms away from the medieval centre of Siena, our Visit with Wine Tasting Vine, Wine and Life is an experience to grasp the emotion

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    • San Gimignano (Siena)

    Agriturismo Cesani

    Azienda Agricola Biologica Cesani is an organic farm nestled in the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside, in the tiny country hamlet of Pancole, 6 km to the medieval town of San Gimignano.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Pool
      • Wine tasting


    • Colle Val D'Elsa (Siena)

    La Pieve

    La Pieve, charming farmhouse located on the hills of Val d'Elsa, between Volterra and San Gimignano, along the Via Francigena, in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, with its luxuriant nature and rich history.

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Pool


    • Camaiore (Lucca)

    Residenza d'Epoca I Pini

    Historical house HOTEL I PINI : In Lido di Camaiore in Tuscany 100 meters from the sea only, a place of serenity and charm in Versilia!

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    • Why to chose it:

      • Restaurant
      • Wellness
      • Painting and sculpture
      • Food & Wine tasting
      • Sport activities


    • Firenze (Florence)
    • 76 km from Via Francigena

    Marignolle relais & charme

    The charming Marignolle Relais & Charme, nestled the hills of Florence, is the ideal solution for those who want a place of excellence and relaxation and love peace and privacy without the amenities of a luxury hotel.

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      • Pool
      • Wellness
      • Cooking Classes
      • Food & Wine tasting
      • Sport activities

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Via Francigena: discover the area

  • Galileo Chini Galileo Chini
    Galileo Chini’s artistic production embraces oil-painting, frescoes and decorations on terracotta.
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  • Bagno Vignoni Bagno Vignoni
    Bagno Vignoni name derives from Vignoni, castle already known in the XI century, whose traces dominate the high ground above the suburb, and from the thermal waters used since the Roman epoch.
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  • Carrara and the marble quarries Carrara and the marble quarries
    Carrara is in the northen-western area of Tuscany, at the borders with Liguria and Emilia, famous all over the world for its valued white marble.
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  • Massa Massa
    Massa in Tuscany offers the tourist a look at the ancient marble quarries revered by sculptures from Michaelangelo to Henry Moore.
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  • Colle Val D'Elsa Colle Val D'Elsa
    Colle di Val d'Elsa is located in the heart of Tuscany, in a strategic position, close to the cities of Siena, Florence and Volterra, along the route of the old Via Francigena
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  • Montalcino Montalcino
    Montalcino rises in the heart of southern Tuscany. In the Middle Age the territory of Montalcino was divided between four ecclesiastical areas: Arezzo, Chiusi, Grosseto and Siena.
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  • Monteriggioni Monteriggioni
    Monteriggioni is without doubt one of the most classical and best known Italian walled town.
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  • Pietrasanta Pietrasanta
    Pietrasanta centre owes its origins and its name to the Podesta Guiscardo Pietrasanta, who had it built by orders of the republic towards the middle of the XIII century.
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  • San Gimignano San Gimignano
    San Gimignano rises on a hill (334m high) dominating the Elsa Valley with its towers.
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  • San Quirico d'Orcia San Quirico d'Orcia
    San Quirico is Etruscan in origin, and cinerary urns and other funeral objects and vessels found here are now kept in the Etruscan archeological museum in Siena.
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  • Siena Siena
    Founded by the Etruschis, Siena was Roman colony to the time of August.
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  • Lucca Lucca
    Lucca's medieval and Renaissance features are enclosed in its thick sixteenth century walls, a characteristic of this beautiful Tuscan town on the left of the river Serchio.
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  • The Via Francigena from Lucca to Versilia The Via Francigena from Lucca to Versilia
    In the Middle Ages the Via Francigena was the main route for pilgrims heading for Rome, the Holy See; it also became an extremely important channel of cultural exchange and trade.
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  • Historic villas in Lucca Historic villas in Lucca
    Discover historic villas in Lucca: Villa Torrigiani, Villa Oliva, Villa Reale di Marlia, Villa Mansi, Villa Grabau,Villa Bernardini.
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  • Lunigiana and Magra Valley Lunigiana and Magra Valley
    Go to Lunigiana and experience a world, a journey back in time.
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  • Sant'Antimo abbey Sant'Antimo abbey
    However the abbey of Sant'Antimo existed in the year 814 as it testifies a diploma of Ludovico the Pious one that enriches the abbey of gifts and privileges.
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  • Val D'Oricia park Val D'Oricia park
    The territory of the Val d'Orcia is made up, mainly of a hilly landscape with gently rolling hills and valleys typical of the Sienese Crete and a rich variety of vegetation.
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  • Fucecchio marshes Fucecchio marshes
    The Fucecchio Marshes cover an area of about 1,800 hectares, divided between the Provinces of Pistoia and Florence.
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  • Buonconvento Buonconvento
    The circuit of strong defense walls, the architectural style of which recalls that of Siena, once enclosed the entire village of Buonconvento like a cocoon around a butterfly.
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  • San Miniato San Miniato
    San Miniato is located along the Via Francigena that connected northern Europe to Rome during the Middle Ages and it was travelled by an uninterrupted flow of men, armies, trade, ideas and culture.
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  • Poggibonsi Poggibonsi
    Poggibonsi rises nearby the confluence of the Staggia torrent in the Elsa river, along the valley dividing the region of the Chianti by the Colline Metallifere.
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  • Staggia castle Staggia castle
    The walls of Staggia castle in Poggibonsi join the castle on the northern side and are today almost intact, with the exception of two short interruptions.
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  • Malaspina Castle Massa Malaspina Castle Massa
    The castle of Massa crowns the top of a rocky hill and from its position dominates the wide underlying plain and great part of the Tyrrhenian coast line.
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  • Travel Lucca Travel Lucca
    Two thousand years of Lucca history can be visited every day, strolling through the streets and squares of the city.
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  • Travel Massa Travel Massa
    The Province of Massa Carrara is situated in the northernmost part of Tuscany, in the centre of wonderful places such as the Golfo dei Poeti, the “Cinque Terre” and tuscan art cities.
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  • Travel Siena Travel Siena
    A way of travelling that priviledges direct contact with nature in order to capture emotions and discover the Terre di Siena furthest corners.
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  • Bibbiano Castle Bibbiano Castle
    The Bibbiano castle was the property of the Longobard Count Guinigi di Reghinari at the time of Ludovico II.
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  • Monteroni d'Arbia Monteroni d'Arbia
    Monteroni today still expresses the vitality of this land, thanks to considerable craft production and the traditional market.
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  • Certaldo Certaldo
    Certaldo is divided between its medieval walled town on a hill and the modern residential and industrial suburb spread out below.
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  • Valdelsa Valdelsa
    Val d'Elsa is located in the heart of Tuscany, in a strategic position near the cities of Siena, Florence and Volterra.
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  • SentierElsa SentierElsa
    The way down is located to the left of the bridge of San Marziale, as one stands with one's back to Colle di Val d'Elsa.
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  • Camaiore Camaiore
    Camaiore is a city-states with more than 30.000 inhabitants; this area comprehends the territory from the Apuan Alps to the Tyrrhenian in the heart of a charming neighborhood rich of traditions: Versilia.
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  • Fucecchio Fucecchio
    The Salamartano hill in Fucecchio offers a beautiful view of the Valdarno Inferiore from the plain with many villages to the hills of Le Cerbaie, until Serra mountain and the Apuan Alps.
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