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CITENO Villa is a large freestanding Tuscan farmhouse perfect for groups up to 20 + 4 people (extra cost p.p. over 20).
It is divided in several apartments, offering all together a total of 10 bedrooms (6 of them with queen size double beds and for rooms with twin beds each). Plus you have two comfortable sleeping couches each for a couple. There are 3 smaller living areas and 3 lager living rooms in this outstanding property.
The owner has creatively captured the true elegance of Tuscany lifestyle in these group-size self catering Villa. The interior’s are furnished with antiques, quality linens, SAT-TV and many more amenities.
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Classic Tuscan restaurant with an extensive menu including fish and meat on the grill, home made pastas and local wine. The price quality ratio is excellent here, and they also offer catering at very reasonable prices (even for smaller groups.)
Charming small restaurant in a lovely setting, Paciano, a medieval town that belongs to Perugia, but located closer to Chiusi (South of Siena).
Typical Tuscan osteria carved in the old cellars of Villa Patriarca, with the aim of enhancing the well-known regional specialties. Its special feature is a brazier where you can cook meat and fish. Simple, tasty cuisine and a very friendly service, make it the perfect place to spend in good company any type of event. The wine selection is extensive and also boasts of high quality labels. Open all year round for lunch and dinner, the Tavern is divided into three rooms of different sizes and has a veranda with a large adjacent space, so it is suitable for all seasons.
The restaurant is located in the old town of Chiusi with old vaulted wine cellars. Excellent regional cuisine, well stocked wine cellar with over 20,000 wines. Specialties: ravioli stuffed with cheese and much more in truffle sauce, wild boar stew extremely delicate, finely seasoned strips of beef in balsamic sauce and many more. Nice and courteous service.
This particulare medieval re-enactment shows how hard it was to bring the water from the river to the town. On this day people are dressed with historical costumes. You will see a procession through the historic center to shows all the participants dressed up, jugglers, falconers, flag wavers and many other entertainers. The feature of this festival is the water pitcher run. There is a team for each district of the town and they have to run holding an heavy pitcher. The women instead have to do the run with the water pitcher on their heads. After the run there is a dinner on the main square.
In the medieval town of San Casciano dei Bagni you will discover a very funny festival. It take place the Sunday before the day of the patron saint which is on the 13th of August. On this Sunday, the town will be decorated in a medieval way and all the people will be dressed with historical costumes. During this day the town is decked with flags and decorated with typical tools of San Casciano dei Bagni. The district's Campanile with the colors green and white as a symbol for the church tower of St. Leonard. On the day of the Palio the beautiful Piazza della Repubblica there is held a cloth market and also the sack race, one of the 4 games of the Palio. The town will be divided in 4 teams. Each one have to do the highest score in the various challenges. Those are: sack race, cheese rolling race, a race of smashing a sack with sweeties inside and a race of climbing a pole with prices on top. The last race is a frog run. Here they have to run with a wheelbarrow with a frog inside. At the end is celebrate the winner with party, dinner in the square, music and much fun. The race with the frogs is the main game, because it determines the actual winner of the Palio. The main purpose of this event is nevertheless that all participants have fun with each other.
Three days of a full immersion in the world of horses. There are shows, walks and diferent kind of entertainement.
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Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, born in Vinci, Province of Florence, on April 15th 1452, has often been described as the archetype of the Renaissance man, the Humanist. His untiring curiosity, inventive imagination and geniality has been always well-known. In fact, Leonardo had many scopes in his long life: painter, sculptor, architect, scientist, inventor, engineer, anatomist, botanist, cartographer, writer and even musitian! He did everything and left us a huge cultural legacy and the first step for many discoveries.
Why be bothered waiting in long hot lines, when you can reserve a spot in advance at one of the more famous museums in all of Tuscany. Do it yourself, with contained reservation fees - read about this and other museums right here. Or why bother waiting in any lines when you aren't sure if this is the right museum. There are so many truely interesting places in the many towns of Tuscany - check out the places you might be interested in before you get to the ticket booth.