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The Casentino Valley is rich with history, art, good food and outdoor activities. Lying approximately 50 km to the east of Florence, this isolated valley offers opportunities for visitors of all ages visiting castles, trekking through centuries-old forests, tasting authentic recipes and discovering many of the best kept secrets from locals. We invite you to come explore Casentino with us!

Some of the places to see include: the castles of PoppiRomena and Porciano, the Franciscan sanctuary of La Verna, the monastery of Camaldoli, the zoo in Poppi and the small towns of Stia, Pratovecchio and Castel San Niccolò.

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An Itinerary in the Casentino Valley in Tuscany

The history within the hills of Tuscany leaves traces in the form of castles, country towns, parish churches, & pilgrimages to a new spiritual reality. Follow the road from Florence to Casentino Valley & discover a Tuscany full of surprises.

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Casentino: Live a Genunie Tuscan Experience

The Casentino Valley, rich with history, art, good food and outdoor activities, is the ideal destination for a full immersion in Tuscany. Located approximately 50 km from the city center of Florence, this isolated valley offers opportunities for visitors of all ages: visit castles, trek age-old forests and taste authentic recipes.

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Poppi Castle in Tuscany is a Surprise

The Poppi Castle in Casentino Tuscany is the ideal place to visit for tourists of all ages. The castle offers intrigue, the opportunity for exploration and an ideal place to relax and enjoy the Tuscan culture, food and atmosphere.

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Autumn Colors in Tuscany

Go beyond the art, the culture and the classic landscape of Tuscany and delight in the spectacular colors of fall. The brisk temperatures bring not only a richness in the flavours that invade the menus but also a kaleidoscope of falling leaves in dazzling shades of yellow, red and orange which can be best appreciated up close.

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Traditional Tuscan Recipes using Potatoes

Grown in the hills, the potato staved offer hunger for generations producing some of the most famous Tuscan recipes: tortelli, potatoes with rosemary, bread and even beer & sausage! Come with us and explore Tuscany through the wonderful flavors potato

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Castello di Romena

Not too far away from Florence is a valley filled with castles to explore. The Castello di Romena is one of the four picturesque structures located in the Casentino valley perfect for an afternoon of exploration, history and good times.

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Agriturismo La Collina delle Stelle Kid-Friendly Experience in Tuscany

An authentic Tuscan farm provides a family-friendly vacation environment & accommodations in a natural setting with pool, on-site restaurant, farm & playground. Perfect for guests of all ages, especially young explorers & nature lovers.

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Castello di Porciano

The castle is a stunning backdrop to the quaint little town of Stia. It is possible to visit this privately owned tower castle and museum to get a glimpse of the history behind the Casentino valley, the noble Guidi family and the present owners.

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La Verna

Go on a virtual visit to the Franciscan Sanctuary of La Verna in Casentino where St. Francis of Assisi received the stigmata, a special spot for spiritual retreats surrounded by nature.

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Planetarium in Casentino

Among the picturesque landscape of Casentino only 40 km southeast of Florence, the Casentino Planetarium in the city of Stia will offer a delightful excursion for old and young alike. Enjoy the stars and their stories at the Planetarium

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Poppi Zoo Park for European Fauna

Visit this one of a kind zoological park that allows you to see local Tuscan and European creatures up close, all just as beautiful or more so than the exotic species found in most zoos. See the lynx, the timid badger, wolves and eagles.

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Vallombrosa: Spirituality & Nature from the early 1000’s

The origins of the abbey and the national reserve Vallombrosa dates as far back as the year 1039. Only a short distance from Florence, you can visit the monastery complex and the surrounding forests for a special peek at Tuscany’s diverse fauna, forest trails, and spiritual heritage.

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