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Thread: Detail itinerary from Florence to Orvieta/Rome - road trip

  1. #1
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    Sep 2017

    Smile Detail itinerary from Florence to Orvieta/Rome - road trip


    My friend and I would like to visit the scenic tuscany places on October 2017

    So, the original plan is we will arrive at Florence (from Pisa) late afternoon and will stay overnight at Florence (will book accommodation near Firenze S.M. Novella train station) and perhaps rent car from Hertz (or any better rental company)? Then the next day, we will start our journey.

    We would like drive along tuscany scenic route: San Gimignano, Monteriggioni, Siena, Val d Orcia and arrive at Rome on late afternoon the 2nd day. Some forum said it's better to drop the car at Orvieta and then take train to Rome. Is this route better?
    I really not sure which route/place should we visit first according to the correct order from FLorence to Rome. Or if you have other better places for us, please kindly recommend.

    Also, in the middle of the route from Florence to Orvieta/Rome, we plan to stay overnight, could you please also suggest where should we stay? Some forum said Chianti or Siena but I not really sure which area should I book, also any recommendation of good accommodation to spend the night?

    Then on the next day, we can continue our journey and arrive at Orvieta/Rome in late afternoon to return the car.

    The main places that we want to visit is of course Chianti, Siena, and Val d Orcia. But if we are open for any other recommendations if you think those places are not really good.

    In Rome, we plan to book accommodation near the train station (Roma Termini), or do you have better suggestion?
    We need to catch a plan to Split the next day, so is it good to stay nearby Roma Termini?

    Thank you.

    Best Regards,

  2. #2
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    May 2014

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    If I were going to travel from Florence to Orvieto (which if you can, definitely leave your car here and catch the train to Rome - it will maximize your time if you don't have to try and return the car in Rome - and navigate the many times confusing roads!)

    This is an itin that I would follow (and I have when I have friends and family) I normally divide it into two (many times three days). I suggest that you make Siena your stopping place, so you can enjoy the city at night.



    via road for San Donato in Poggio

    San Gimignano

    via road for Monteriggioni

    Castellina in Chianti




    Bagno Vignoni

    Bagno San Filippo

    Abbadia San Salvatore



    Buon Viaggio,

    Donna Denise

  3. #3
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    Oct 2017


    We did the Colosseum tour and it was just amazing, our guide was really knowledgeable and really brought the place to life.The fact that we got straight in without waiting in line was worth the extra few bucks.
    The timing was just right and we had plenty of water stops as it was a really hot day. The guide made sure that wherever possible we got to stand in the shade. We were worried that our daughter would get a bit bored and restless, but even she said afterwards she wanted to go again.
    A best tour in Rome would highly website recommend

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