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    I recommend you read this article on the Firenze Card for all of the details:
    http://www.visitflorence.com/florenc...-worth-it.html

    Read this itinerary for 2 days in Florence:
    http://www.visitflorence.com/itinera...-florence.html

    If you want to visit either the Uffizi or Accademia, you'll have to do those on the 30th as they both will be closed on May 1st. I think you can see a lot of things in the 1.5-2 days you'll have in Florence, just follow one or two of these "self guided" tours through downtown to help you organize your route through the city: http://www.visitflorence.com/itinera...ineraries.html

    You can check train timetables and cost for trains on www.trenitalia.com to see how much it would cost from Florence to Rome.
    In the beginning stages of planning to come to Tuscany? Make sure to read Where to Stay in Tuscany WITH a car and Where to Stay in Tuscany WITHOUT a car for ideas on where to stay in Tuscany. Also read When to Visit Tuscany to decide when is the best times for your visit.

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    Default A day in Chianti

    Hello!
    Everything is almost set up for my trip. But I have not arrange yet my visit in Chianti. I surely want to visit Greve. There are so many marvelous villages and town and I don't know which ones to put on my list for this day apart from Greve.
    Can you suggest me your favourite ones or more worth visiting?

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    Aside from Greve, I particularly really enjoy Radda and Castellina so I'd add those for sure. If you have time, also make your way to San Donato in Poggio, a very small but charming walled medieval town just to the west of Panzano.
    In the beginning stages of planning to come to Tuscany? Make sure to read Where to Stay in Tuscany WITH a car and Where to Stay in Tuscany WITHOUT a car for ideas on where to stay in Tuscany. Also read When to Visit Tuscany to decide when is the best times for your visit.

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