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Tuscany Montalcino Brunello Wine cycle day to Top Wine Estate
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Tuscany Montalcino Brunello Wine cycle day to Top Wine Estate

This daily tour offers a mixture of cycling on quiet roads with stunning views of Val d’Orcia a UNESCO world heritage area with a competent cycle guide who speaks English and advise you during the tour key points of interest during the day
$215.01 per adult
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Petrus61 wrote a review Aug 2020
Nice, France2,573 contributions274 helpful votes
We visited this abbey which is located at the foot of a hill. The location is nice and there are great pictures to be made while on the road leading to this abbey. We were a bit disappointed from the inside of the church which does not boast much decorations.
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Date of experience: August 2020
2 Helpful votes
Marco wrote a review Jul 2020
Lund, Sweden106 contributions21 helpful votes
Beautiful monastery in the middle of the nature! They have a beautiful botanic garden where they grow their own herbs, very nice to visit! The church inside worth to be visited!
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Date of experience: July 2020
AlbertSalichs wrote a review May 2020
Manresa, Spain8,030 contributions726 helpful votes
Abbazia di Sant'Antimo is a Romanesque Abbey located on land in Tuscany Region, in the center of Italy. It was built in the 12th Century, however there was other religious buildings, at least, since 8th Century in the place. Nowadays, it is a very nice example of Romanesque Tuscany church, so it is very interesting to visit especially for history and art-lovers. We came here in August-2019 and we could visit the main church, the other buildings you need to book a guided visit, so we could not enter here. Next time! Also, the building is located on land, and here you can see the typical landscapes from Tuscany: wonderful.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Robert B wrote a review Feb 2020
Saratoga Springs, New York996 contributions164 helpful votes
It was our first full day touring in Tuscany. Abbazia di Sant'Antimo was the first stop on our group's way to Montalcino.. The original building probably dates back to Charlemagne, but that cannot be verified. The walls are made gorgeous alabaster and contain some stained glass. The present church dates at least to 1118 as that is the date in an altar step and also in the column to the left. The interior has some interesting vegetable and animal motifs and "Daniel in the Lions' Den" by French Master of Cabestany. Since 1992 it has been reoccupied by a small group of Premonstratensian Canons Regular. It is worth a visit if you are in the area but I would not go out of my way to do so!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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amy wrote a review Nov 2019
Fairfield, Connecticut292 contributions102 helpful votes
We started Val d’Orcia tour from Montalcino down to abbey, Ricco d’Orcia, San Qinrico d’Orcia, pienza, to Montepulciano. Drive on S146 is nice. I am kind of disappointed for the 20 min drive to abbey. The view for another hill top city from abbey is nice but the abbey itself? Not sure why it’s worth the drive. I’d recommend from Montalcino go to San Quinrico d’Orcia directly
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Date of experience: November 2019
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