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  • Chianti: 
    The ancient vineyards in this postcard-perfect part of Tuscany produce the grapes used in Chianti and Chianti Classico; world-famous reds sold under the Gallo Nero (Black Cockerel/Rooster) trademark. And as well as giving this region its identity, wine also shapes the landscape.
  • Arezzo: 
    Arezzo may not be a Tuscan centrefold, but those parts of its historic centre that survived merciless WWII bombings are as compelling as any destination in the region – the city’s central square is as beautiful as it appears in Roberto Benigni’s classic film La vita è bella (Life is Beautiful).
  • San Gimignano:
    As you crest the nearby hills, the 14 towers of this walled town rise up like a medieval Manhattan. Originally an Etruscan village, the settlement was named after the bishop of Modena, San Gimignano, who is said to have saved the city from Attila the Hun. It became a comune (local government) in 1199, prospering in part because of its location on the Via Francigena.
  • Markets

    Each Saturday morning, the old town hosts wonderful markets where you’ll find locals trading vegetables, antiques, patisserie among many other things. A unique opportunity to find fresh and affordable products while soaking in an authentic local atmosphere.

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Villa Stellina

  52044 Cortona AR

€280,00 avg/night

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Villa Martini

€430,00 avg/night

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Villa Wedding

  Monteroni D'Arbia

€1.000,00 avg/night

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  Monteroni D'Arbia

€450,00 avg/night

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Villa Gallo

  Località il Castello ,Santa Margherita

€225,00 avg/night

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Terra di Siena


€110,00 avg/night

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Antico Borgo Longobardi

  Terranuova Bracciolini

€120,00 avg/night

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La Capolona


€275,00 avg/night

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Tenuta Belvedere

  San Pietro Belvedere

€100,00 avg/night

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  Pieve di Chio

€110,00 avg/night

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La Casa di Imola

  località san lorenzo

€180,00 avg/night

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La Valle di Matilde

  Serravalle di Buonconvento

€130,00 avg/night

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Borgo Baracchi


€85,00 avg/night