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Location

Hotel Certaldo is located:

45 km from Firenze
12 Km from S.Gimignano
40 Km from Siena
70 km from Pisa
340 Km from Milano
290 Km from Roma

To be noted: for the Guests arriving from Florence or Milan, we inform you that has the highway exit "Firenze Certosa" was renamed to the actual "Firenze Impruneta".
Coming both from north or south, we advise to drive through the Siena-Firenze freeway (SI-FI, no-toll) and to exit at Poggibonsi Nord in order to get quickly to Certaldo.

Certaldo

The hotel is a few steps from Certaldo's center. The town's main square has the name of Giovanni Boccaccio: the writer and poet of the fourteenth century was one of modern Italian language's fathers and was born here.

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Certaldo
Lucca
San Gimignano
San Gimignano

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990, San Gimignano presents a medieval architecture of the communal period of considerable value, unique in Europe and worldwide.

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San Gimignano
Certaldo
Monteriggioni
Monteriggioni

Monteriggioni, which is also mentioned in Dante’s Divine Comedy, is a tiny medieval hamlet remained virtually intact since the 13th century, when it was founded.

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Monteriggioni
San Gimignano
Volterra
Volterra

Volterra, here historical tradition blends with untainted nature, characteristics of the place, vegetation and fauna give life to an impressing heritage.

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Volterra
Monteriggioni
Chianti
Chianti

The Chianti area is one of the most famous in the whole world, very popular amongst visitors and tourists for the beauty of its landscape and most importantly, for the production of the Chianti wine.

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Chianti
Volterra
Florence
Florence

Known worldwide as the birthplace of Renaissance, Florence is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

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Florence
Chianti
Siena
Siena

Siena, a symbol of a Tuscany more intimate and private, where people still live with a strong pride in belonging. The most well known event is in fact the Palio.

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Siena
Florence
Pisa
Pisa

Pisa was one of the four Maritime Republics and is home to three of the most important universities in Italy, the University of Pisa, the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna.

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Pisa
Siena
Lucca
Lucca

Lucca is one of the most important Italian art cities, famous also abroad mainly for its city walls, still intact since the 15th century.

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Lucca
Pisa
Certaldo
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