Agriturismo Cerreto

Address: STR. Prov.le 71 per S. Anna in C., Pienza, Tuscany, 53026, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on STR. Prov.le 71 per S. Anna in C., Pienza, is near Centro Storico and Museo Diocesano.
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    Travel Blogs from Pienza

    Tour De Chianti finishes in Siena

    A travel blog entry by taniachessy on Sep 11, 2015

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    Day 3 & the 3 musketeers set off for the last day of our bike trip. A great downhill ride with magnificent views once again. The tour took us right through the centre of town before reaching our hotel at about 2.30 pm. Loved it but glad to be off the bike! Enjoyed a well deserved bottle of prosecco to celebrate the challenge of our ride. So proud of us all Tomorrow sees us headed for Torino (Turin) via fast train from Firenze (Florence) to start our cheese tour on ...


    A travel blog entry by rachelandsasha on Sep 07, 2015

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    ... has its own animal mascot, and twice a year, there is a giant horse race between all the contradas, and the winner gets to celebrate every weekend for 2 ½ months! We saw the Eagle contrada celebrate with drums and flags, marching all through the middle of the city. It was a unique experience, and we were grateful to have such a knowledgeable guide! Thanks, ...

    Siena and Pienza's Cheese Festival

    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Sep 04, 2014

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    ... we were very lucky because this is the week of the Cheese Festival!
    Back in Pienza we were at the main piazza and noticed three Nonna's at trestle tables making pici, a fat type of spaghetti. They had done it once or twice before as they were chatting to the crowd while they were cutting, rolling, laying on trays and not missing a beat.
    They stopped making pici and then the dancers and band marched into the piazza. The ...

    The Town a Pope Built

    A travel blog entry by raymond52 on Oct 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... they’ve not mentioned “breath-taking” in any other section of our guide book, we fear for the worst. So we decide if we’re going to have lunch on the road we going to do it up right. Lynda and I find a small wine and cheese shop called the Marusco and Maria Enoteca just off the Palazzo Piccolomini (city center). In it Lynda buys a sheep cheese called Pecorino, prosciutto, hard bread, and ...

    EXTRA Virgin!

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on May 25, 2012

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... olive oil in the US - (tip from Carlo: Kirkland brand from Costco, from Nov. to March only) and what kind to purchase for which use. A fascinating evening!

    After the tasting session, about 20 of us gathered to eat a last meal together, Tuscan food provided by a local woman and brought to Cretaiole. More pasta (lasagna) and cooked wild boar, with lots of wine and fun.