Palazzo Leopoldo

Address: Via Roma 33, Radda in Chianti, Tuscany, 53017, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Via Roma 33, Radda in Chianti, is near Castello di Brolio, Volpaia, Castello di Meleto, and Toscana Mia - Italian and Tuscan cooking school.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Indoor pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Minbar in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Breakfast Available
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

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          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Palazzo Leopoldo Radda in Chianti

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Radda in Chianti

          Antinori: Modern meets Old

          A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Jun 08, 2015

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          ... a glimpse of two deer crossing the road from the stream and heading into the woods. The roads are fine and we reach Antinori after a beautiful drive.


          The Antinori story is really quite amazing. For those of you who get Wine Spectator I hope you read the recent story they did on the Antinori family history. There has been an Antinori making wine in Chianti since 1385. The entire operation had been run out of the Palazzo Antinori in ...

          Time for some relaxing.

          A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Sep 05, 2014

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          Our train trip from Naples through to Rome was fairly uneventful. As it was the cheap regional train the crowd you get tends to be a bit different to the one on the very fast trains which are more expensive. In towns coming into Rome we seemed to get lots more people of African and Indian background with their massive blue plastic bags full of ripoff handbags and leather goods heading for a day of trade in Rome. We swapped trains at Rome and headed towards Florence at 250km ...

          Reflections of Italy...Jessica

          A travel blog entry by ceseal on Dec 19, 2013

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          ... kept us there the longest…I just didn't want to leave), we saw the Palatino Arch (site where Christianity was said to have started) just a little distance from the Colosseum. It was also amazing to see, not only for its historical nature but the ornate detail. It was truly beautiful. Then we headed to the Pantheon, one of the oldest churches in Italy. It was a sight to behold, very large with a domed ceiling and an oculus. Just the thought that this church was built ...

          Radda -Another Oft Overlooked Town

          A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 11, 2013

          94 photos

          ... municipality) in the Province of Siena in the Italian region Tuscany, located about 35 km southeast of Florence and about 15 km north of Siena.

          Radda in Chianti borders the following municipalities: Castellina in Chianti, Castelnuovo Berardenga, Cavriglia, Gaiole in Chianti, Greve in Chianti.

          The Tuscan wine town of Radda in Chianti makes a useful stop for refreshments while you're exploring this part of the Chianti Classico ...

          The validation of a high reputation.

          A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 06, 2013

          57 photos

          ... realised they were really nails. We thought they looked like nails but just thought they were black dots used by modern day lazer technology to get a 3D image of the statue. But infact, the nails were used by people way back in the day to make the marble statues from the casts. How cool is that!? There's your history lesson for the day. Ms Golder would be proud of me!We explored the rest of Accademia admiring the wonderful works of art and the historical magnificent pieces.
          I ...