Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Valdichiana and its Museums

The Chiana Valley (Valdichiana) takes its name from the ancient river Clanis, which in Etruscan and Roman times flowed from Arezzo to the south until it joined the river Paglia, and finally got into the Tiber. Today the Valdichiana is administratively divided between the Tuscan provinces of Arezzo and Siena. The Valdichiana is described by the...
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27 January 2015

Pappa al Pomodoro Recipe

Tuscan bread is generally unsalted, that’s why it can be combined with many ingredients (such as extra virgin olive oil and tomatoes ) which make it much appreciated. These simple ingredients make up a the basis for many recipes yet there is one condition, these few ingredients must be of excellent quality and Tuscan. Once you...
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22 January 2015

What you can expect from a Holiday in Tuscany

Have you ever spent an Holiday in Tuscany? Think about it…. Since Tuscany can offer you  infinity opportunities... In Tuscany you find Nature it’s land is rich of natural parks, like the Natural park of Casentino Forests, the natural park of Valdorcia, which is also a Unesco patrimony… etc… In Tuscany  you find Art, both the main...
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20 January 2015

Villa i Cipressi Arezzo

VILLA I CIPRESSI - EARLY BOOKING SPECIAL OFFER. For Reservation confirmed between 19/01/2015 and 31/01/2015 we offer a 10% DISCOUNT. Typical stone Villa situated in a panoramic and peaceful position on the hills overlooking the city of Arezzo. Arezzo that boasts really ancient origins and traditions, it is worldwide known for its goldsmith's art, for...
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20 January 2015

Villa Campoleone – Lucignano

VILLA CAMPOLEONE EARLY BOOKING SPECIAL OFFER. For Reservation confirmed between 15/01/2015 and 31/01/2015 we offer a 10% DISCOUNT Villa Campoleone is situated 3 km far from the village of Lucignano, surrounded by a large garden, and set on the edge of an oak wood, which guarantees maximum privacy. The area around...
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15 January 2015

Villa Scianellone – Video

14 January 2015

Villa Scianellone is situated in a panoramic position only 1,5 km far  from the village of Torrita di Siena, characteristic Medieval town, endowed with shops, restaurants and all kind of facilities. For those who love walking, the village can be also reached on foot. Within a short driving you can reach the beautiful villages of Montefollonico (10 km) and Montepulciano (12 km) which are worth a visit to taste the typical dishes and the renowned wines such as 'Nobile di Montepulciano'.

Villa Scianellone is surrounded by luxuriant olive groves, vineyards and meadows which are part of the property. All around it a wide garden (approx. 5000 m2) where you can find a fresh pinewood equipped with outdoor dining area, barbecue, children playground and a panoramic swimming pool (size m. 5x10 - depth m. 1,20-1,80). Furnishing is of good quality and there are many equipment (oven, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, freezer, toaster, fruit squeezer, filter coffee machine, satellite TV, Wi-Fi Internet access)as guarantee for a comfortable and pleasant stay.

Rental Prices for Villa Scianellone starting from Euro 1.840 per week.

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Carnevale di Foiano della Chiana

The Carnevale di Foiano della Chiana, the most ancient in Italy, in 2015 will take place its edition number 476 and it is considered among the most important Carnival Events of Italy, either for the spectacular choreography or the historiographical tradition. The date 2015 are 01st - 08th - 15th -22th February and 1st March. Four big...
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12 January 2015

Holiday in Tuscany during Low Season

Enjoy your holiday in Tuscany out of the busy summer months. It’s much quieter in the months of April, May, September and October if you wish to experience the real Tuscany. For those that want simply enjoy Tuscany for its beauty, peacefulness, history and culture then an holiday in Tuscany during low season, between October and May, would be an...
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7 January 2015

Giostra del Saracino Arezzo

The Saracen Joust (Giostra del Saracino Arezzo) is an ancient game of the chivalry age, but dates further back to the Middle Ages and it was born as an exercise for military training. The joust – which became a typical tradition of Arezzo at the beginning of the 17th century – declined progressively during the...
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5 January 2015