Palazzo San Niccolo'

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

    Volpaia

    A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 10, 2014

    17 photos

    ... shops as they were about to close for the early afternoon and came across this lovely little deli where we bought picnic supplies of cheese from the biggest cheese block we had ever seen - see pictures; a chicken and some feta filled peppers. We also walked down to see the fields and views across the hills including our little Castel Voplaia. Then we drove through Panzano in chianti as we are planning to visit it on another day and went to Greve said ' ...

    Florence's famous Ponte Vecchio!

    A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 21, 2012

    25 photos

    ... tables along it! Interesting facts!

    Finally, here I was walking on this famous bridge and loving every minute of it! It was crowded with people either crossing it, browsing at the shops or simply watching the sunset. You should know that this was my kind of bridge because the shops all along it were jewelry boutiques! Wow! Of course, I had to ...

    Lucca, San Gimignano & Lamole di Lamole

    A travel blog entry by brittej on Oct 07, 2011

    12 photos

    ... to share with us the religious and political history of this very beautiful town which can trace its origins back to the Etruscans (200-300 BC). Over the centuries, the community increased in wealth and developed greatly during the Middle Ages thanks to the "Via Francigena" the trading and pilgrim's route that crossed it. Towered out, we went to a nearby town of Certaldo and took the funicular to the highest and oldest part of ...

    A nice Chianti... hold the liver and fava beans

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Aug 11, 2011

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... and language skills and a meeting was arranged. We waited back at the petrol station until a car honked and waived at us - we took that as our cue to follow him a long and winding way to the middle of nowhere... we hoped we took the right cue and weren't just following a friendly stranger way off track.

    Luckily our hunch was right. We pulled up behind the lead car at the gates of Podere La Pruneta which displayed a rather menacing picture of ...

    Day 4 – Road Warriors

    A travel blog entry by crystalrenee on May 20, 2011

    10 photos

    ... we both could barely keep our eyes open and it was night and we were relying on GPS to take us on country roads. Surprisingly enough, it was the least trouble we had! We arrived at Villa Campomaggio in Radda in Chianti at 11pm and we couldn’t see the outside but our suite was amazing. Jacuzzi tub included. All we wanted to do was go to sleep but they brought us a bottle of champagne for our honeymoon. <3 When in ...