Castellina in Chianti Things to Do

  • Things to Do
    by ElishaB.
  • Things to Do
    by ElishaB.
  • Things to Do
    by ElishaB.

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  • 1. Leather Shop

    During my journey in the Chianti, Tuscany, I found a very special shop. While walking in Fonterutoli, a small place near Castellina in Chianti, Siena, I found a leather workshop. I love the smell of...

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  • 2. Piazza del Comune

    Piazza del Comune is the main square of this little town with no more then 2,800 inhabitants. In the Middle Ages the town was called Salingolpe. In the early...

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  • 3. The face of Castellina

    Castellina in Chianti has very long history, probably dating back to the 7th century B.C. There excist donkey traks leading from the mountains down to...

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  • 4. Enoteca di Castellina

    The name Chianti for wine produced in this region was first mentioned in 1404 in one document of the merchant Francesco Datini from Prato. Production of wine in...

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  • 5. Go for ice-cream!

    The gelateria at the 5-way road junction is the best for 50 miles in any direction. I know. I have tried them all. The seasonal fruit ice-creams are...

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  • 6. Etruscan tomb

    Castellina in Chianti is a popular tourism destination for visitors to the Chianti classico wine zone of Tuscany: www.castellina.com It has an attractive small...

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  • 7. Via delle Volte

    Via delle Volte is a medieval street in Castellina, which runs along the old city walls. Originally it was open to the sky, but these days it is an underground...

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  • 8. Castello

    The castle of Castellina dates back to the 15th century and was built by the order of Lorenzo il Manifico, the ruler of Firenze, who sent his famous military...

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  • 9. Via delle Volte

    Via delle Volte is very impressive arched passage along the east side of the defense city walls. It is also called Pomerium, which means oficially available...

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  • 10. Chiesa di San Salvatore

    The church of San Salvatore originally dates back to the 16th century, but it was rebuilt and extended in neo-romanic style after destruction in WW II. The...

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  • 11. Visit Fonterutoli

    Fonterutoli, a few minutes away from Castellina in Chianti going towards Siena.A fairy tale village....my pictures speak themselves....

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