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

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  • It's not the most beautiful villages in Tuscany. The upper town is pretty consists of almost a single Street. There are a few beautiful points of view: the small street parallel to Via Gracco del Secco, the patio del'Angolo di Spaia and everything East it transform. A few other places to make beautiful pictures. A few cool restaurant, some shops. Easy parking access and the free toilets.
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  • Beautiful medieval village, discreetly preserved with interesting monuments to visit including the Duomo, the Church of St Agostino, the Palazzo Pretorio, Palazzo Vescovile, Palazzo Campana, la Porta Volterranea ... ... From the top you can enjoy a beautiful view over the surrounding hills. Walking through the streets failed to grasp however that particular atmosphere of historic towns in Tuscany.
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  • The country is just a few kilometres from Siena from Florence, can be a starting point for visiting the center of Tuscany and see other beautiful towns such as san Gimignano. A few steps away is also the San Galgano Abbey famous for the sword in the stone. The higher part of the town. From here you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view and visit the oldest and most historic buildings and churches. The more athletic can challenge the slopes on foot, for the lazy there is an elevator that leads to the top ... always work ...
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