La Camporena

Via Convertoie 27 , Greve, Tuscany, 50022, Italy | Ranch
Prices starting from $119.00

Travel Blogs from Greve


A travel blog entry by anngreen


... as a glimpse into Hell. We were able to find the train station in Modena only because we could see it from our hotel. You remember that hotel - the disgusting one. The ride to Florence was mainly tunnels and a woman who managed to consume an apple and some sort of bread pastry thing making more noise than a room full of pigs devouring the contents of a garbage truck. Once again we had to oust people from our seats because they don't have the reserved ...

Verona & Lake Garda

A travel blog entry by hcarr13


... were really cool to see. The walls and stones were covered in writing, with messages in all different languages. In Juliet’s courtyard is a statue, where if you touch the boob (kind of weird, I know) it’s said that you’ll have good luck. There were people swarming around the statue and pushing each other to get to the front for a picture. We finally got to the front and were able to take a picture with the statue, but we were in a rush because the tour ...

Drinking our way through Italy

A travel blog entry by gregad


... Giovanni Verrazano – discovered the Verrazano Straights in New York harbor in 1324, and the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas in 1528 – born here in Greve. Amerigo Vespuci – born here. The Mona Lisa painted by Leonardo DaVinvi – painted here, well kind of. Apparently DaVinci was commissioned to paint Mona Lisa by her second husband, and took many years to finish it. Where it began at Vignamaggio, it ended as a portrait and ...

Limoncello 1; Sarah 0

A travel blog entry by sarahjesslauren


... vin-chair-a = winning en Italiano}. The tour was an all-day bike ride through the gorgeous Tuscan country side which included a lunch at an authentic Italian restaurant, a tour of a wine/olive oil producing castle, and loads of fun with our friendly Brit/American (go figure) guides.

Our lovely guides gave us some advice for a good last night in Firenze so we headed home to freshen up from our sweat-fest of a bike ride. The restaurant was poppin and seemed to be ...

Under the Tuscan Sun

A travel blog entry by ironchefmeister


... a family. There was a little garden out back with a table. Greve is the main town in a valley of the Chianti wine region, that's why it's called Greve in Chianti. There are big hills all around and it seemed like any land that didn't have a house on it (which was most of it since it was a smaller town) had either a vineyard or an olive tree grove. Today, the day after Easter, is a national holiday and they ...


This ranch, located on Via Convertoie 27 , Greve, is near Castello di Verrazzano, Piazza Matteotti, Chianti Road, and Antinori Winery.
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Camporena Greve

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good