What to do in Chianti
From just driving through the area's roads to admire the vineyards on the hills and magnificent panoramas to stopping to visit wine cellars and tasting great Chianti wines, the Chianti offers this and more.
Hilltop villages, many with their medieval-era buildings and churches still standing, offer an enchanting backdrop to your vacation in Chianti. We hope you'll find our recommendations on what to do in Chianti useful in planning your holiday in one of the most beautiful areas in Tuscany.
Read full article "May Wine Events in Tuscany"
The month of May pays its tribute to Tuscan tradition with two events that recount the essence of this region, both focused on one of its most representative elements: wine. Get ready to enjoy a glass or two of wine with us!
Read full article "Chianti Sculpture Park"
If you love spending some time outdoors and contemporary art, we recommend a visit to this small, beautiful park set in a woods in the midst of vineyards in Chianti.
Read full article "Chianti Wine Tasting"
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!
Read full article "A tour through Chianti"
The Chianti region offers visitors a large selection of activities. Medieval villages, castles and walled towns to be explored in the area between Florence and Siena. It also offers unforgettable flavours, delicious food and typical products to be enjoyed with a glass of Chianti wine.
Read full article "Chianti Classico"
Chianti Classico is the most genuine and oldest part of Chianti. Since Etruscan time here is produced on of the best and most known wines in the world: Chianti Classico wine, symbolized by the famous Black Rooster.