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Itineraries in Chianti

In Tuscany, between the beautiful cities of Florence and Siena, there is this stunning hills region famous all around the world for its panoramas and wines, Chianti. Even though is not a big area, Chianti offers many things to see, such as medieval cities and villages, castles and parish churches. It offers also many things to do such as wine tastings and local products.

Here you find our suggestions and advices, as well as ideas, to discover this enchanting region in Tuscany for planning your holidays in Chianti.

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Visit Chianti with our One-Day Driving Itinerary

Don't miss the highlights! Our team of experts have create a DIY one day driving itinerary with helpful ideas for navigating the roads, the towns, vineyards and restaurants. Click here and save the link for your day trip to Chianti.

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Strade del Vino in Chianti Classico

It's not possible to visit Chianti without include a trip along the infamous Wine Road, the Chiantigiana. Our guide helps you pick out your favorite little towns and the best flavors to savour as you tour the incredible scenery of Chianti Classico.

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Highlights of Chianti Classico: Exploring the Best

What to see and do in the heart of Tuscany, specifically the area known as Chianti Classico? Here's an summary of the main villages that make up this special wine area, including a brief overview of the main attractions in each town.

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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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Chianti Classico Wine

Chianti Classico, Chianti Classico wine, symbolized by the famous Black Rooster, 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.

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Impruneta: A Panoramic Drive in Chianti

A beautiful scenic drive from Florence will bring you to Impruneta in Chianti, a town which will appeal to all ages and interests. Explore this small Italian hamlet and discover the beauty of their landscape, traditions and terracotta production.

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San Casciano in Val di Pesa, a stroll between Florence and Siena

The perfect mix between past and present, this small little community offers the ideal setting for artisan shopping, Tuscan photo spots & delicious flavours. San Casciano in Val di Pesa has local color, wine, olive oil & it is easy to find between Florence and Siena.

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