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Colle Val d'Elsa, Colle di Val d'Elsa

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  • The historic Colle Alta is really charming and picturesque, but undervalued: historic buildings in need of renovation, Archaeological Museum closed for renovations for more than a year, but this did not detract from the charm of the passing of time in this village. Characteristic face Lane, parallel to the main walkway that crosses the country!
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  • On a tour of 4 days by camper in Siena, we decide to go and visit the historical part of the town. We Park the camper in the parking lot above the "old port" pretty much at the edge of town. Walk in the beautiful old town and well consrrvato about an hour or so. For those who will visit this location recommend spending the alley located to the right of the fountain in the piazza del duomo, I think it's called "alley of arches" or "alley of times" I can't remember the name, but really deserves it!! The only downside of the village visited by Tuesday afternoon is that almost all activities were closed and many homes were giving the idea of being abandoned.
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  • During a tour of 3 days in the province of Siena, we visit this village with high expectations, instead we find a ghost town: shops and museums closed many of them abandoned, abandoned residences and/or sale ... sad! The only thing that impressed me was the alleyway between arches and vaults behind the St. Martha, but is not reported, found it by accident
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