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The underground historical road is pretty unique, stroll along it to appreciate the medieval construction techniques, but don't expect much else. When we were there in April the tunnel was extremely quiet, only 3 premises were open; a bag shop, a wine shop and a...More
The walk through Via delle Volte was the most unique stroll in the countryside. The feeling of history was so strong and the views through the city walls were incredible. The little ships built into the wall were sweet and while we didn’t have a...More
We really liked this little town. The Via Delle Volte is just what it says a short street built into the side of the hill on which the town is sited which has a low stone vault covering its entire length. Apparently originally built so...More
It's a tunnel, some vaguely interesting history, various openings into shops selling chianti, photos, art and pizza. Being a tunnel it was marginally cooler than the surrounding streets and would clearly be ideal in the rain. There is one restaurant with "outside" seating, but not...More
There is a comforting sense about being in this smaller town in the Chianti region...fine shops and fewer tourists plus the benefit of the interesting tunnel running parallel to the main street.
Feel free to visit and see all of the town and shop with...More