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We stayed at the hotel Terme. Nice and well organized. Go to the spa in the evening, to possibly avoid kids, which are really out of place in this facility. All okay, but too expensive. Do not rely too much on the reception, not always...More
Bagno Vignoni, is the typical quaint idyllic medieval village set in the nature of the Tuscan countryside featuring an amazing open air medieval hot spring bath. It used to be a famous stop for pilgrims throughout the ages along the Via Francigena, though nowadays the...More
I honestly was cheated by the advertisement of the place. I imagined that it would have great hot springs, but it is extremely difficult to access something looks like with a swiming polls hot springs. I got to bring bathing suits to wear, but the...More
This is a lovely site (now closed to the public) and there are nice restaurants and coffee shops and a nice herb shop around the corner. Lots of hotels, mostly quite down-market. Rather walk down to the river below for a swim. This place is...More
Make sure you explore the ancient ruins too, dip your feet in the water running along the side of them and you will be in for a pleasant surprise. Also follow the country path down from the ruins and you will find a lovely little...More
A great little town we found by accident. The terme is in the centre of town, sadly no longer operational but still flowing out and down the side of the town leaving the familiar thermal deposits. Very pretty and well preserved.
This little village is a wonderful place. It has a unique water square in the middle of the town. The water is thermal and just outside the centre you are able to deep your feet in the warm water. The view is the toscany countryside....More