Perfect base in Tuscany for getting around but also having a home base that has shopping, culture and food! We were there right before the Palio meaning we got to see much of the pomp without the enormous crowds and inflated prices. Stay for a few days, relax, and enjoy this delightful hilltop town.
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Lovely lake-side town in the north of Umbria. Perfect for strolling with a gelato in the summer.
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A very nice little seaside town with a lovely view of the island of Elba. The sunset and the sunrise is perfect from the town centre. Also there are loads of restaurants which have really special food on their menus. The only negative thing is that there is a quite big oil refinery close to the centre.
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This town is really near to everything.The sea is only at 1 mile.Beautiful pinewoods at Marna di Cecina led you till Marina di Bibbona,walk there is really peaceful . Little medieval cities on the hill as Montescudaio,Guardistallo and Casale Marittimo famous for wine and landscapes.Volterra,the etruscan town is only 24 miles,Pisa and its tower 37,Florence 70 miles Bolgheri, the famous ...
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Medieval walled village with unique elliptical plan. For details, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucignano
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The most beautifull small train station in Tuscany!
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If you would like to continue along Perugino discover, go to Città Della Pieve (the ticket for all the visits 4€ in piazza Matteotti in front at Pippo’s Bar) to Santa Maria de I Bianchi is the most beautiful Perugino's fresco showing “la natività e l’arrivo dei Magi” in Corso Vannucci, then his portrait and other important pictures in the ...
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