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What to do in Chianti Classico

The Chianti Classico area is one of the most fascinating places in the heart of Tuscany. Renowned as an important wine region in Italy, it represents a strategic point to stay and visit Tuscany. A scenario rich in history, art, villages, vineyards, landscapes, food and wine excellences that have made this region one of the most suggestive destinations in Italy.

Chianti landscape

A vast territory that can be seen and admired along the Chiantigiana road that connects Florence and Siena, two cities of art with a unique cultural and historical heritage. A long and characteristic journey that allows you to experience an all-round Tuscan experience, among timeless farms and villages, between culture and history, between hills and vineyards. A perfect region for every type of need: for those who want to experience a romantic weekend of relaxation or for those who want to discover the milestones of the place in depth, delving into the history of Chianti Classico and Gallo Nero . For these purposes, food and wine experiences are an indispensable step that cannot be renounced, but the things to do in Chianti are not limited to this. For those who love being outdoors and want to see Chianti from another perspective, the area also offers the possibility of going on excursions on foot, by bicycle or on horseback.

Chianti experiences

Located along the Chiantigiana road, between Castellina in Chianti and Siena, is the Castello di Fonterutoli Wine Resort , a widespread hotel that offers the opportunity to stay in comfortable rooms, suites and apartments, to savor Tuscan cuisine, taste one of the of the Castello di Fonterutoli wine estate, where the Mazzei family has been producing wines since 1435. A perfect opportunity to live an experience in Chianti: its strategic position also allows you to organize day trips to the most beautiful villages and cities of art in Tuscany, such as Florence, a city rich in art where you can immerse yourself in museums, palaces and sculptures, Siena, with its evocative atmosphere, the Palio, the splendid palaces and the cathedral, San Gimignano, an ancient and splendid orange flag village, Volterra, among Etruscan, Roman and medieval remains, Pienza and its rolling hills and many others .


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