Farmhouse in the hills of Florence
Holidays in Farmhouse in the hills around Florence
Not only Florence, but also the surrounding area are rich in history, culture and traditions. We therefore suggest you to spend a stay in a farmhouse in the hills of Florence , the ancient travel destination of the European nobility, where the lords have built villas and castles and famous people have spent their stays.
Places to visit around Florence
In the gentle Florentine hills, covered with vineyards, olive groves and woods, it is possible to discover small churches, ancient castles, medieval villages and evidences of Etruscan and Roman times. Among the most well-known areas of this countryside, there are certainly the Chianti area, a well-defined area between Florence and Siena, a land of typical products such as high-quality olive oil and wine, as well as the Mugello , with Lake Bilancino, where you can practice water sports.
Fiesole is worth a visit, with the Roman amphitheater and the archaeological excavations and Bagno a Ripoli, full of Renaissance villas. Scandicci, Lastra a Signa, Montelupo Fiorentino are famous for the art of ceramics, while in Impruneta the art of working with terracotta has ancient roots.
Walks around Florence
If you love trekking and cycling, we suggest you take the Ring of the Renaissance , a historical-naturalistic itinerary to discover the hills of Florence , which begins and ends at the Castle of Calenzano. A journey of 172 km in stages, which can be traveled on foot or by bicycle.
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