by Stella Soldani
Siena,  enjoy  the  art  of  travel
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07/01/2014 - Stella Soldani sienatourguide rating

Star' Rating:

TRAVELER COMMENT: Stella has a tremendous breadth and depth of Siena from both a historical perspective as well as a current day resident. We have had numerous tours in the past, Stella ranks at the top. She did the impossible with our group of 3 teenagers and 4 adults, she kept everyone's attention throughout the entire tour which she extended to answer all of our questions.

 

Chianti, travel in slowness

 

 I think that who is dreaming to start a journey in the Chianti knows what it can offer- hills looking like a perfect painting with vineyards, olive groves, farms cypress trees and castles. This is the photo, but you need the people and stories to make it real, and this is what I am offering in my tours.

The perfumes are unforgettable, the itineraries in the white roads will show us the perfect areas where to meditate after visiting the vineyards of the great winemake

rs. We will learn the secrets of the nectar that Baron Ricasoli called Chianti.

 The towns Castellina, Radda, Gaiole and  Castelnuovo Berardenga were part of the Medieval League of the Chianti and each one of them tells you its history and traditions.

 

Interesting  artisans workshops, gastronomical products and art and archeology museums go back to our origins. The Etruscan civilization.

Landscape and culture, a charming land.

 

If you want to know more about it, feel free to send me an email

info@sienatourguide.it

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