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    Default 8 Nights in Florence and Tuscany

    hi Lourdes,

    First off, thanks a lot for the great post http://www.discovertuscany.com/itine...n-tuscany.html . It saved me tons of research time. I am just going to follow this.

    The first 2 nights I am staying the Florence. I need help in choosing a place to stay for the next 6 nights.
    I am thinking of 3 nights in Siena at Aia Mattonata http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Rev...a_Tuscany.html.

    What would be an ideal place to stay for the other 3 nights? And any recommendations in that place?

    Thank you for your reply.

    Sharat

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    Ciao Sharat,

    Glad you found the week itinerary and that it has helped you plan your time in Tuscany!

    I assume that after you leave Florence, you will be renting a car, right?
    Aia Mattonaia has great reviews, and being outside of Siena, it is perfect for visiting Siena and the area to the south - the Val d'Orcia and Montepulciano.

    For your other 3 nights, I'd suggest heading back north toward San Gimiginano so that you can then use that as a base to visit San Gimignano, Certaldo, Pisa and Lucca, if you want to and CHIANTI, of course!
    So these are some suggestions:
    Casolare di Libbiano
    Tenuta Quadrifoglio
    Residence Santa Maria

    What do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lourdes View Post
    Ciao Sharat,

    Glad you found the week itinerary and that it has helped you plan your time in Tuscany!

    I assume that after you leave Florence, you will be renting a car, right?
    Aia Mattonaia has great reviews, and being outside of Siena, it is perfect for visiting Siena and the area to the south - the Val d'Orcia and Montepulciano.

    For your other 3 nights, I'd suggest heading back north toward San Gimiginano so that you can then use that as a base to visit San Gimignano, Certaldo, Pisa and Lucca, if you want to and CHIANTI, of course!
    So these are some suggestions:
    Casolare di Libbiano
    Tenuta Quadrifoglio
    Residence Santa Maria

    What do you think?
    I think that's great. Thanks again for the wonderful help and resource you have been.

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    You're welcome! If you have any other questions, feel free to post and I will try to help out
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