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    Join Date
    May 2009

    Default car vs. no car

    Hi everyone... I will be flying into Rome in mid-September for 1 week, but want to stay near the Arezzo area. Ideally, I would LOVE to stay in a hilltop village and be able to drive around to small towns and take trains/bus into cities when necessary. My dilemma is: how much will the tolls on the autostrada cost from Rome to Valdarno exit run me, and also, how much is the gasoline running these days? I appreciate any advise.... thanks much.

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    Lourdes is offline Administrator - DiscoverTuscany Team
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    Jul 2008
    Florence, Italy


    Ciao annie!

    The Autostrade website, the company that manages the large toll roads in Italy, actually has a great tool that maps your trip and tells you the cost of the toll roads.

    From Rome Fiumicino to Valdarno it tells me it would take about 3 hours and cost euro 12,20.

    You can map other trips here: http://www.autostrade.it/autostrade/percorso.do
    Unfortunately it is only in Italian but I don't think you should have trouble using it. Partenza is your starting point, Arrivo your end point.

    Gas at the moment is around euro 1,14 per liter here in Florence.

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    Join Date
    May 2009

    Smile Thanks so much

    for your response. I just made reservations to stay in Loro Ciuffenna..... so excited to see and experience Tuscany. Ciao!

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