Palazzo San Niccolo'

Address: Via Roma, 16, Radda in Chianti, Tuscany, 53017, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Roma, 16, Radda in Chianti, is near Castello di Brolio, Volpaia, Castello di Meleto, and Toscana Mia - Italian and Tuscan cooking school.
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    Travel Blogs from Radda in Chianti

    Antinori: Modern meets Old

    A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Jun 08, 2015

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    After a very good night's rest, we are off to visit the new Antinori winery and visitors center. It is about a 40 minute trip via the Autostrada (Italian freeway), only a few minutes longer using the back roads. After consulting with the hotel staff, we elect to try the back roads despite their warning about the road conditions. It was a great …

    Day 28 - Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance

    A travel blog entry by scottheldon on Jun 03, 2015

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    Yet another amazing day! Quick drive down the autostrada from Matraia to the outskirts of Florence, where we met a minivan and driver for the day. (You aren't allowed to drive private cars into the old city of Florence.) We left our car in the IKEA carpark - they look the same the world over! Our driver Mark was Italian (Florence native) but with a …

    Siena

    A travel blog entry by bigemms on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... and blessed by the Bishop and has dinner with the Bishop. It is so serious that one Contradas built a house for their winning horse!! These crazy Italians!!! The main square in Siena is dominated by a huge tower and I believe that it is the tallest in Italy. The Colonel and I paid ten Euros each to climb it. 500 steps I believe and very little room to pass. The Colonel pulled the plug half way up as it is very steep with stone steps and little room to pass. ...

    Volpaia

    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... now. We jumped back into the car, a little late, and set off for our final destination Montefioralle. To our surprise we actually drive to the point of the hill that we gave up on and drive up it to get to this little castle town. We are glad we gave up now. For panoramic viewsThe Castello of Montefioralle, located about one mile uphill from Greve in Chianti, is a fine example of one of these walled mediaeval villages. For hundreds of years, Montefioralle was ...

    Let the Exploration Set Sail!

    A travel blog entry by schreinski on Aug 28, 2013

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    Last night we went out for our first Italian meal at 'Le Merli'. We all got pizza and of course our first bottle of the fine Italian wine! Time for bed rolls around, and our apartment has no air conditioning plus it has been brutally HOTT here during the day, so we have to sleep with our windows and balcony doors open or we will literally cook alive. So, coming from a small town with no traffic at all to living on a 4-way round-a-bout might be one of the most annoying things to try ...