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Volterra

15 Km
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Volterra is a town of great architectural interest set almost 1800 feet above sea level, between the rivers Era and Cecina.

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San Gimignano

20 Km
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San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a gloriously picturesque Italian town, with fifteen medieval towers (built by competing grandees as expressions of power), and a cathedral.

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Monteriggioni

30 Km
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Monteriggioni provides a sense of life within a walled medieval village.

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Siena

46 Km
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Siena, perhaps the loveliest of all Tuscan towns, is about forty-five minutes from Borgo Pignano.

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Florence

65 Km
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A little over an hour's drive from Borgo Pignano you’ll find Florence the cradle of Italian Renaissance and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Greve in Chianti

52 Km
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Today Greve is the town with which the grape-growing region of Chianti is often associated. In bygone times it was the meeting point of of three important roads used by pilgrims, the Chiantigiana (which linked Florence with Siena), the road to Valdarno and the road to Val di Pesa.

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Montepulciano

105 Km
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The ancient village of Montepulciano stands between Valdichiana and Val d'Orcia. Perched on top of a hill, Montepulciano is a uniquely beautiful medieval town with elegant Renaissance palaces, ancient churches, lovely squares and charming hidden corners.

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Pisa

82 Km
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Pisa is a regular favorite in the heart of Tuscany located on the banks of the Arno River, and its location - ten kilometers from the Tyrrhenian Sea – made it an important maritime republic. 

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Bolgheri

54 Km
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With just over 100 inhabitants, Bolgheri exercises a strong pull over wine devotees because this small village in the province of Livorno is the heart of an area known to sommeliers around the world for  labels such as Sassicaia, Ornellaia, Masseto and Guado al Tasso.

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Lucca

83 Km
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Lucca is dubbed "the city of a hundred churches" because there is a place of worship at every turn and is the only one of Tuscany’s original city-states to have retained its independence until the mid-nineteenth century.

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Lajatico

35 Km
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If you drive along the principal road of Lajatico, you will see a tractor dealer named Bocelli and a restaurant bearing the same name – offering clues about the village’s most famous product, Andrea Bocelli.

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