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Full day to San Gimignano, Siena and Chianti with Lunch and Wine Tasting
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Full day to San Gimignano, Siena and Chianti with Lunch and Wine Tasting

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Escape to the Tuscan countryside on this full-day tour from Florence. Don’t worry about the logistics of organizing a countryside tour: just sit back and enjoy round-trip transit in an air-conditioned coach or minivan to the sights. Visit the medieval town of San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; enjoy a lunchtime vineyard visit and wine tasting in Chianti; journey to Siena; and see the historic walled town of Monteriggioni.
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Vadim wrote a review Jan 2020
Murmansk, Russia18,087 contributions2,195 helpful votes
Every tourist metropolis must have an area where tourists can relax from each other. These are the XII and XV arrondissements in Paris or Sarria in Barcelona. Trastevere was like that in Rome, but perhaps it was in the days of Gregory peck and Audrey Hepburn. The meaning of the Oltrarno means the same as Trastevere in Rome: "Beyond the Arno". A small commercial port was here in the middle ages and therefore small artisans settled here. After the construction of the Pitti Palace and the Boboli gardens, villas began to be built here, but the Western part of Oltrarno continued to be a working suburb. There are still no expensive hotels and restaurants here, so you can relax and stay cheap. And the reward will be enchanting views of the beauty of Florence.
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Date of experience: February 2019
2 Helpful votes
SoCalOregonian wrote a review Sep 2019
Murrieta, California9,164 contributions1,038 helpful votes
This neighborhood, south of the Arno is home to a few attractions and can be very less crowded than other districts. It is loaded with craft shops, restaurants and peaceful piazzas. This neighborhood is ideal for just wandering back streets and alleys. It is also home to the Pitti Palace, Boboli Gardens and Santo Spirito Basilica.
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Date of experience: April 2019
1 Helpful vote
tuscanpro wrote a review Feb 2019
Florence, Italy433 contributions120 helpful votes
Oltrarno is where the true Florence still exists with actual Florentines and artisan shops. Great eateries too!
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Date of experience: February 2019
5 Helpful votes
margaretc007 wrote a review Dec 2018
Bethesda, Maryland4,390 contributions316 helpful votes
Crossing the Arno River via the Ponte Vecchio or the Ponte Santa Trinita, one gets to the other side. Maybe because I was there on a Sunday morning, it had a more deserted feeling than the historic part of Florence. Some of the sights such as the Palazzo Pitti and the Capella Brancacci are located in this part of town.
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Date of experience: October 2018
3 Helpful votes
Flo-towner wrote a review Dec 2018
Florence, Italy51 contributions49 helpful votes
La Rive Gauche - I first lived in the culturally rich area of real florentines savoring the small bakeries, eateries the open markets of Santo Spirito ..The bakeries , small clubs and seeing the beautiful chiesa Del Carmine and San Felice.. Here's where the locals hang out.
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Date of experience: August 2018
6 Helpful votes
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