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Best Chianti Roads

The best Chianti roads by car

In view of the new season we want to recommend you the best roads way to go in the Chianti’s hills, one of the most known and appreciate landscape of Tuscany. A variety of landscapes such as woods, vineyards, villages and castles that meet each other through the Chiantigiana way, combined with other Chianti roads like the SR408 and SR484.

 

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In the program that we propose you the start point is obviously the Hotel Borgo Grondaie, maybe after having visited the past day the beautiful Siena, one of the city art most beautiful of Tuscany. The Chiantigiana road is far away from our hotel just 3km and it’s easily reachable through the road along the train station until you get to the roundabout for the bypass. Then turning to the right you can reach the Chiantigiana SR222, leaving the Siena’s periphery.

 

Chianti

 

During the path of the SR222 you can find Quercegrossa, and admire the Fonterutoli Castle. Following the road thenext stop will be a little village, Castellina in Chianti, remembered especially for its wine activity in the Chianti area; the next stop will be Gaiole in Chianti where will be impossible not to stop at Brolio Castle set between hills and woods of oak and chestnuts trees. In the end, continuing to the SP484 you will met the small city of San Gusmè: this village it’s a small reality which still has the round walls and it’s a turistical centre thanking to its medieval history which deserve a visit.

Brolio Castle

Now if you decide to continue the trip to Florence or to return to Siena following the SR408 to Borgo Grondaie, the trip you made in the Chianti area it’s been surely unforgettable!

We’re waiting for you at Hotel Borgo Grondaie in occasion of your stay in Siena or in the Chianti area!

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