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Fiat 500 Tour of the Chianti Roads from San Gimignano
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Renowned as the most beautiful scenic route in Tuscany, this major highway linking Siena and Florence winds through a wonderland of magnificent castles, vast vineyards, rolling hills, olive groves and charming villages.
  • Excellent74%
  • Very good16%
  • Average6%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible2%
8 Jul 2016
“Nice scenery”
10 May 2016
“Overrated”
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Reviewed 8 July 2016

The road is definitely worth driving. Lots of wineries where you can stop and try the wine and lots of scenery. Few places to stop and enjoy the scenery however so when there is a pocket to stop in – do so since you might...More

1  Thank dgjohansson
Reviewed 10 May 2016

I did this road in springtime and would have given it 1 star but I can imagine that in autumn it merits 5 stars. In May it is just a monotomous green of rolling hills much like you could see anywhere in Italy. The driving...More

1  Thank Packidge
Reviewed 22 March 2016 via mobile

We are amazed of this area. Just come back of a road trip. All this area is fantastic. Few people, forest road, oaks, pines, beech trees and, of course vinyards. There is a natural reserve, with an enormous virgin forest, unusual in Tuscani. We saw...More

1  Thank Lluci
Reviewed 28 October 2015

We drove the Chiantigiana from Florence to Castellina, where we stayed, and then to Siena. Used the wine route for a week or more and explored the storied towns, villages and many wineries along the route enjoyed all of the experiences. Varied scenery along the...More

3  Thank David B L
Reviewed 24 July 2015

We drove all over Chianti and stayed in Radda. Awesome views , rolling hills and if you have researched your route , you come across quaint little towns, forts and what not. The roads are narrow and windy and you will have to drive carefully,...More

2  Thank vidhusagar
Reviewed 17 July 2015

Unfortunately I cannot recommend this road if you are not a real wine connoisseur. Before my trip I had read about this place like this: "The Via Chiantigiana is one of the most enjoyable motoring routes in Italy, one of the most instantly recognisable landscapes...More

2  Thank Piotr_Bart
Reviewed 29 May 2015

Chianti.....drive leisurely along it's narrow winding roads, verdant green on either side. If not forests it's the rolling hills covered with vineyards or olive trees dotted with small habitations and the ubiquitous wineries. It's lovely countryside. Stop by small villages with their relaxing cafe's or...More

1  Thank Pahari
Reviewed 12 May 2015

We opted for the country roads and drove slowly with the windows down, breathing in the wonderful smell of spring in Tuscany. I think if I could put Tuscany in a bottle it would smell like pinewood, lemongrass and gardenia.

3  Thank Mary D
Reviewed 14 October 2014

I just returned from Tuscany and wanted to share what I learned driving in Chianti. It is quite simple, NEVER, NEVER drive the roads there on Sunday. The roads were full of bicycle clubs riding together and bike races were also taking place. I did...More

12  Thank ILuvItalyEYC
Reviewed 2 October 2014

This was the best part of my tour to north and central Italy. I drove and the endless rolling vineyards, castles and hills were breathtaking. The traffic is fast and the roads are narrow and its not for all to take. Some of the best...More

6  Thank SagarVS
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Jon43
7 May 2015|
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Well, we're back from our trip to Tuscany and, as far as I can tell, there is no "Chianti Road." But don't let that stop anyone from driving aimlessly (or with purpose) through the countryside between Florence and Siena... More
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