Azienda Agricola Vergelli

Volpaia, Radda in Chianti, Tuscany, 53017, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Radda in Chianti

Glorious Tuscany- Caroline

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier


... all the sights and went off each day but we tried to spend at least half to the time relaxing by the pool , reading and going to the local village Radda, for ice cream and coffee.

The evenings were mainly spent at the villa , each family taking it in turn to prepare food , which did seem to be mainly pasta with the odd pizza and steak thrown in ( thanks to Magnus ). We visited ...

'Fair Firenze' - Florence

A travel blog entry by faffanddanltd


... in the Jerusalem Chabad House). We also saw a kosher market and restaurant. The synagogue was around the corner, but it was almost closing time, so we couldn't go in. We walked back to the apartment and had dinner in again.

Ultimate cultural experience of the day: seeing Botticelli's 'The Birth of Venus'.

On the morning of Monday 16 April, we packed all our luggage and walked to the train station to meet up with our Tuscany tour group. We got on the ...

6/2/2011- Thursday

A travel blog entry by tricia.brawley

... funny thing is that he can only talk to people who sign waivers. So realistic. I took a few pictures of him and the crew told me to go away so I leaned against the wall and didn't move for a little bit just to be a pain in the butt (aren't I just precious?) We walked down further towards the shop and could smell the amazing-ness of pizza... We were told to even go in the store we had to sign waivers so we could be on TV. I ...

Day 5 – USA vs Germany

A travel blog entry by crystalrenee


... br> Anywho, San Gimignano. One of my favorite towns, just like the ones you see in the movies and you imagine Tuscany to be like. We went to the Collegiata, Museo Civico and climbed to the top of the Torre Grossa. It was a giant bell tower that gave more views of the town and the entire countryside. The shops were quaint and it was hard to pull me out of that town. Next was Siena, which I knew would be much bigger and that it was. ...

Gelato, Bruscetta, Gnocchi, Pizzia, WIne, and Cafe

A travel blog entry by akincheloe


... pictures of a small window, this is where the people use to sell wine from (about an 8 inch by 12 inch space). The reason was to prevent wine on the streets and dangerous behavior. Several things happened during our tour, including my buddy Viet's bike breaking down and him having to ride on the back of Stefano's bike (check the pics), and an Icelandic kid's bike was stolen because he didn't lock it to the frame of the bike. For the wine ...


This hotel, located on Volpaia, Radda in Chianti, is near Volpaia, Vignamaggio, Castello di Volpaia, and Castello d'Albola.
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