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Parker og natur i Province of Siena

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“Shopping may not be your top priority for this trip, but if you happen to get a rainy day you can take a 30 minute drive to the Valdichiana Outlet Village, where you will find top brands at discounted prices.”
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Hot Spring
“WWW.TERMESANGIOVANNI.IT One of the best thermal establishment in Tuscany. It's about 45 minutes driving from the villa. Maximum 50 minutes. Address: Via Terme San Giovanni, 52, 53040 Rapolano Terme SI Tel. +39 0577 724039 You can check opening hours of San Giovanni Terme in Rapolano on their web site directly! If you'll depart early in the morning maybe you are able to go straight to Montepulciano and have a visit of the town in the morning and then go to Rapolano for the hot spring at lunch time and spend there the entire afternoon / evening in total relax! ”
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“The Chianti Sculpture Park can be found on the road going towards Pievasciata (Siena). Open from April to September from 10.00am to dusk; from October to March only by appointment. Closed Monday entrance fee charged. The park was opened in 2003, all the works are allocated in a circular plot, crossing an oak wood. The itinerary begins with the owner’s house-gallery opposite the park entrance – even the ticket office is a work of art. The circular itinerary ends with the Japanese artist Kei Nakamura’s ‘Casa del Bosco’.”
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“The bigger vineyard and cellar in the Chianti area. You can visit the cellar, the castle and taste over then 14 kind of wine ”
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“An hill over a valdichiana and valdorcia is dominating the view. From the top Fortezza to bottom San Biagio church, Montepulciano is a town to walk and enjoy. Centuries over centuries built this beauty, having the top form on renessance. Giving fine writers, painters, builders to Italy, it was a mother for intellectual panorama. It all depends what you want to look for, You can hire a guide, you can do by yourself walking on the town, you can book wine tours at valdichiana living and so on... Surely is not only a bite, Montepulciano must be lived a bit to understand, all now seems commercial that pays your attention on touristic wave. All places must be lived,so please take you time and stop for a coffee, for a glass of wine and enjoy it. I will start from top, you can park both to bottom santa Agnese parking lot, or back the Fortezza parking. Blue lines must pay, don't enter the town is ZTL traffic limited with camera,else you'll get billed. The Fortezza is a 1500 building, where now makes art or craft exhibitions. I know it well, was my classical lyceum for 2 years. The city recovered it for touristic purposes. At the ground floor the Montepulciano Wine consortium made a wine tasting of most famous cellars, you can drink wine over a magnificent glass floor on etruscan cellars. They have the card system, so you can spray the wine on your glass at quantity you desire. Be careful is a little bit expansive, but it's a wonderful experience. Going down from Fortezza though Italian garden, to piazza grande, there is the torture museum. In piazza Grande, the magnificent church medioeval romantic, communal palace you can enter till over tower. It's been the scenario of many movies and spot, like twilight and more. I want to suggest you enter the door of palazzo Ricci, go down the stairs you will enter their wine cellar, the smell of big old barrel is unforgettable. Hidden places as piazzetta delle erbe for panoramic view, continue down, there are two major way to go, and get lost on all narrow roads that hides you perfect picture to bring with you. Wine producers, pecorin cheese taste, restaurants, fine arts. Don't miss to visit San Biagio church,just out the town.. And if you are tired you can take the small bus to go back your car.”
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“The amphitheater at Siena's Fortezza Medicea hosts open-air cinema in summer. It's wonderfully romantic and the films are often great classics. Just take warm clothes - even in mid-summer it's chilly up there.”
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“We love going top the Antique fair market, first Sunday of every month. The ancient Tuscan city of Arezzo, with its Roman ruins, medieval walls, Renaissance architecture and incomparable Piero della Francesca murals, has always been a magnet for art lovers. ”
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“The Val d'Orcia is a large valley divided by the Orcia River. It's the main waterway of the area, which begins in Monte Cetona and eventually merges with the Ombrone River. Exploring the flora and fauna along the banks of this river is indeed interesting for any visitor in the area, as is a visit to the Le Mulina town, where tourists can admire the ruins of an ancient mill. Further along the river, visitors will find an array of fountains, whose water locals used to drink, claiming the water was beneficial to women who were breastfeeding. Exploring the area on foot is highly recommended as a way to discover its open spaces, colors, perfumes, woodlands and calming silence.”
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“The Botanical Gardens of Siena organizes treasure hunts with a theme of medieval herbs that could come straight out of Harry Potter.”
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“another park with animals and a nice restaurant nearby if you want to spend some time relaxing. Nice for the kids. ”
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“A medieval herb and vegetable garden in the centre of Siena, with farm animals too.”
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“For a treat out and a less wild experience, head for Bagno Vignoni, a beautifully kept and clean town centred round a pool of water. You can't swim here, but you can either head down to the free natural springs at the Parco dei Mulini, or opt for the hotel experience at the Hotel Posta Marcucci. ”
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Theme Park
“very nice walks around Monte Labbro and into the Albegna valley Possibility to see some wild animals”
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Art Museum
“Amazing Art Park lovely place to walk and enjoy sculpture many are interactive which is great for kids, also near to Montalcino, bagno Vignone as a day trip”
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“Amazing outdoor public thermal baths. Just be careful about your stuff when you get there!”
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“Beautiful Natural Reserve along the river Arno with panoramic views and trekking paths, birdwatching and boat excursions”
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