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What charming town to visit in Chianti area of Tuscany?
Greve in Chianti è un comune italiano di 13.829 abitanti della città metropolitana di Firenze in Toscana, situato sulla via Chiantigiana, che unisce Firenze con Siena passando attraverso il suggestivo panorama del Chianti. Wikipedia
Greve in Chianti is a lively market town justly popular with tourists. It has a large main square framed by a delightful loggia with a variety of shops and the superbly organised Enoteca Falorni. A welcoming town, Greve is the gateway to the Chianti region in Tuscany, it can be reached by car or public bus in an hour from Florence.

https://lovefromtuscany.com/where-to-go/small-towns-in-tuscany/greve-in-chianti/


Panzano in Chianti è una frazione del comune di Greve in Chianti, in provincia di Firenze. Wikipedia
Panzano in Chianti is a quiet holiday place located at 498 metres above the sea level, halfway between Greve in Chianti and Castellina in Chianti, along the road linking Fierenze and Siena. In Panzano you can admire one the the most important Romanesque churches of the whole Chianti region: the Pieve of St Leolino.

https://www.summerinitaly.com/guide/panzano-in-chianti

Castellina in Chianti è un comune italiano di 2 871 abitanti della provincia di Siena in Toscana. Wikipedia
FrazioniFonterutoliLa PiazzaLillianoPietrafittaRencineSan Leonino, Sant'Agnese...
The small town of Castellina in Chianti is one of the most important towns in the Chianti region beetween Siena and Florence, and is also very pleasant to explore with a great deal of charm and some interesting monuments.
Castellina in Chianti is actually on the SR222, the so-called Strada Chiantigiana which is the main tourist route through the Chianti region, so very easy to visit when you are exploring this lovely region....
https://www.italythisway.com/places/castellina-in-chianti.php


Gaiole in Chianti è un comune italiano di 2 756 abitanti della provincia di Siena in Toscana. Il comune è situato fra le Colline del Chianti. Wikipedia

Hilltop Gaiole makes a great stepping-stone to explorations of local inns, wine estates and ancient abbeys. From the fortified monastery of Badia di Coltibuono to Castello di Brolio. a former Florentine castle with its gaze firmly fixed on its ancient enemy, Siena.
The area abounds in wine estates and gourmet inns but there are enough challenging cycle trails to keep you fit en route. As for culture, consider day trips to Siena, Florence or charming Castellina.

https://www.to-tuscany.com/travel-guide/towns-villages/central-tuscany/gaiole-in-chianti/

Radda in Chianti è un comune italiano di 1 577 abitanti della provincia di Siena in Toscana. Wikipedia
Together with Castellina, Radda is the most attractive of all Chianti‘s small towns and one of the best places to visit in this area.
It had a glorious past that put it at the centre of the area’s tumultuous history. Radda in Chianti was in fact the headquarters of the Chianti League, the military-administrative league founded by Florence in the 13th century to protect these territories from Siena’s clutches.

https://lovefromtuscany.com/where-to-go/small-towns-in-tuscany/radda-in-chianti/

Castelnuovo Berardenga è un comune italiano di 9 056 abitanti della provincia di Siena in Toscana. È situato a circa 20 km dal capoluogo su un colle tra il torrente Malena e il fiume Ombrone. Wikipedia

Castelnuovo Berardenga sits on the southern border of the Chianti, somewhat overshadowed by Siena. For better or worse, its fortunes have always been tied to Siena. In 1555 this Sienese stronghold lost its encircling walls when Siena was defeated by the Florentine-led Medici Grand Duchy. Today, Castelnuovo is special for its peaceful atmosphere and sense of an authentic Tuscan style of living. The low-key charms include a couple of minor churches and a clocktower, remodelled from the original fortifications.
Admire Vicolo dell'Arco, with its steep stone staircase and decorative arch. Such charms won’t detain you for long but it’s a soothing spot for contemplating the slow pace of life outside bigger Tuscan towns. In fact, Castelnuovo is a designated Città Slow for this reason. Beyond this former stronghold are a cluster of minor villas and wine estates. Essentially, treat Castelnuovo as a stepping stone to Siena and the southern Chianti.

https://www.to-tuscany.com/travel-guide/towns-villages/central-tuscany/castelnuovo-berardenga/

What to see in Chianti? Selected website for Chianti area in Tuscany

Itineraries in Chianti
In Tuscany, between the beautiful cities of Florence and Siena, there is this stunning hills region famous all around the world for its panoramas and wines, Chianti.
Even though is not a big area, Chianti offers many things to see, such as medieval cities and villages, castles and parish churches.
It offers also many things to do such as wine tastings and local products.
Here you find our suggestions and advices, as well as ideas, to discover this enchanting region in Tuscany for planning your holidays in Chianti....

https://www.visittuscany.com/en/ideas/greve-in-chianti-6-must-sees/

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