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Car travel to Rome from Montespertoli

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Car travel to Rome from Montespertoli

Any helpful car traveling tips to get us to Montesportoli from the Rome airport safely greatly appreciated? Any sights along the way that are worth stopping and seeing to break up the 3 hour drive?

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1. Re: Car travel to Rome from Montespertoli

There are no safety issues for this journey.

You can go towards Florence and follow the A1 toll motorway south, which would take about 4 hours of driving plus stops. Or you could take the more interesting old SS2 road south past Siena and Viterbo, which would take about 5.5 hours plus stops.

Siena, Orvieto and Viterbo are all worth seeing.

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2. Re: Car travel to Rome from Montespertoli

Are you heading TO Montespertoli or FROM it? No matter, really. Let's say you're heading to Montespertoli - an alternative to sydneynick's very nice but verrry long route is to take the A1 autostrada towards Firenze, exiting at Bettolle. From there, take the Bettolle-Siena Superstrada to Siena. At Siena follow the signs for Firenze. At this point you have some choices:

• continue on the Siena-Firenze Superstrada, exit at San Casciano Val di Pesa, follow the signs to S.Casciano VP, then to Cerbaia and Montespertoli.

• exit the Siena-Firenze at Monteriggioni (the fortress is worth visiting!) and follow the Ss2 Via Cassia to San Casciano VP

• exit the Siena-Firenze at Montrriggioni and follow the signs for Castellina-in-Chianti. This will take you through the heart of Chianti. At Castellina, turn left onto the Ss222 Chiantigiana and continue north through Greve. Past Greve, in. tiny hamlet called Greti you'll find on your left the sign for San Casciano VP.

Actually, there are tons of alternate routes to get you from the Siena-Firenze to Montespertoli. Colle Val d'Elsa, Poggibonsi, San Gimignano, Certaldo Alto - all interesting stops along the way. Study a map and take your pick!

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