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Chianti: Holidays in the Wine Region of Tuscany

The Chianti area in Tuscany is one of the most beautiful in the whole region, as well as the most well-known and appreciated by visitors from across the world.

The borders of the Chianti region are not clearly defined but in general it extends over the provinces of Florence and Siena, covering all of the area between the two cities and extending to the east toward the Valdarno and to the west to the Val d'Elsa. The Chianti wine area extends further beyond the two cities, all around Florence and even toward Arezzo, Pistoia and Montepulciano.

You'll often find references to the "Florentine Chianti" and the "Sienese Chianti" to define the areas closest to one or the other city, but these often refer to a wine's origin within the Chianti region.

Territory

Chianti offers a unique landscape, with green, gentle hills covered with wide fields of vineyards and olive groves, small stone villages, characteristic parishes and countryside homes in stone.

The Chianti landscapes are so beautiful and particular that they inspire many photographs which then become postcards and calendars distributed across the globe.

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Wine Tasting in Chianti

Chianti is not just a beautiful and famous region of Tuscany, but also a great wine. Wine tasting is a must during your trip in Chianti. Many are the wines produced in Chianti, each one with its own taste and flavor: Classico, Chianti Rufina, Chianti Colli Fiorentini and many others to taste and savor. Here are our recommendations on where to go!

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Guide to Accommodation in Chianti

Tuscany Accommodation.com offers a list of vacations rentals in Chianti, reviewed and organized by the Discover Tuscany Team

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Tips on Moving Around Chianti

Chianti is one of the most beautiful areas in Tuscany. Breathtaking landscapes and good wine makes Chianti a must for your holidays in Tuscany. But how to move around Chianti? Here you can find some tips to move around Chianti by bus, train and car.

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Chianti: What is it, where is it?

What is Chianti? It is more than landscapes and wine. Learn more about the region's history and interesting details to help you discover this beautiful area of Tuscany.

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Exploring Chianti and its Main Villages

What to see and do in Chianti? Here's an overview on the main villages that dot the region and what to see in each to better plan your journey through the wine region.

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Chianti Wine: One of Italy's Most Famous Wines

Chianti wine is one of the most appreciated wines around the world. Produced in the the Chianti region in Tuscany that extends between Florence and Siena, there are many types of Chianti wine - read more to discover them all!

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All Hotels in Chianti with Online Booking

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Castello di Cabbiavoli - A Fairy Tale Setting for your Holidays

The magnificent Castello di Cabbiavoli and the neighboring vacation farmhouse is the perfect introduction to Tuscany and its lush landscapes. Choose an elegant decor, AC and private swimming pool.

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Panzano: Perfect for a Hilltop Stroll in Chianti

Panzano in Chianti offers just the perfect mix of picturesque streets, authentic Tuscan restaurants, local artisan shops and a warm welcoming atmosphere as well as breathtaking panoramic vistas of the Chianti vineyards.

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A Michelangelo Week: July 14-21

“A Michelangeleque Week” is starting tomorrow, July 14 through July 21, which coincides with the anniversary of his funeral in San Lorenzo on the 14th of July 1564. The Settimana Michelangiolesca is an annual, multidisciplinary cultural...

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