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Pistoia do i really need a car

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Pistoia do i really need a car

We will be staying 6 nights in a Place called Casale Campo Antico.

What i really need to know is if we really need to hire a car to get us there and also to other places ,We are planning on comming in by train from Venice.I know the trains are really good .Just depends on how far from the station our accomadation is and if there are any buses taxis in the area..Any help would be gratefuly recieved

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1. Re: Pistoia do i really need a car

Your accommodation is in Serravalle Pistoiese, and one description says it's about 800 metres (about half a mile) from the train station in Serravalle Pistoiese. You'd have to ask the owner about buses and taxis.

In general, people who stay in agriturismos in Tuscany prefer to have a car to get around, but for day trips to Florence, take the train: only about 40 minutes and a lot less hassle.

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2. Re: Pistoia do i really need a car

Thank you for your response .I may not hire a car now if we are only going to be 800m from station that will be easy enough to walk and the walk will be good for us as well .

One more question would it be easy enough fopr us to hire a car for the day in pistoia.

3. Re: Pistoia do i really need a car

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