What’s more restoring than a break in Tuscany?
So hop on a plane to Florence (30 mins from here) or Pisa (60 mins from here), rent a car and come over to your Tuscan house (be ready to a scenographic unpaved road to get home, click to see it).

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Conveniently located between Florence (25 km) and Siena (50 km), and just 15 minutes from A1, Acquapietra is a perfect base for sightseeing in Tuscany .
 
Easy tours from here:
 
Florence, the cradle of Renaissance, with it’s breathtaking museums and sights, but also markets and artisans shops, great food and nice people.
Park for free out of the center (30 mins away) and take the easy tram till train station!
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Chianti region, it’s all around us! Just drive south on SR222, and get lost amongst vineyards and hills, find a winery and let yourself go to the velvet of Chianti Classico wine!
 
Siena, a jem amidst the Chianti hills, time stopped 400 years ago in this beautiful city totally made in bricks, don’t miss the Ricciarelli cookies! Park at train station and use escalators (50 mins away).
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Pisa and Lucca. about 1 hour away, and just 20 minutes from each other. You can’t miss the leaning tower and a stroll in the quiet and cosy center of Lucca with its monumental walls.
Beach & Livorno. About 1 hour from here, go for a swim in the natural reserve of Migliarino and enjoy a Cacciucco (sea soup) in Livorno, typical holiday location from the ’30s.
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Val D’Orcia, with San Galgano, Montalcino, Pienza, Montepulciano. For a longer day, make your way to the south of Siena (about 1.5 hours) and explore the beautiful countryside with it’s yellow fields and cypresses, discover old abbeys and tiny adorable villages.
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Natural Hot Springs in Saturnia or Bagni San Filippo. To recover from sightseeing, drive south to one of the natural stunning Hot Springs, it takes something more than 2 hours but it’s worthy!
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Medieval villages San Gimignano, Certaldo and Volterra. You can’t miss the medieval villages between 30 and 60 minutes from here, but make sure you don’t go to san Gimignano mid-day, you risk not finding a parking, take the time to visit the other 2 villages. 
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