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Nice small Tuscan town with few spa hotels near the city center. Great place to relax during our road trip. We came here early in the morning just for a day visit, walked around town, the square pool is beautiful and then went in to...More
A short stop as we drove through Tuscany exploring. Definitely put this on your list. The views are sensational, little cafes and shops and historic mill where hot water still flows though channels. Pretty and very peaceful at the time of our visit (morning) and...More
Not allowed anymore to enter a thermal site at a reasonable price or without mandatory additional services to pay, willing or not.
They are more and more transforming this remarkable site in a five star resort for the few only.
They will surely reach their...More
We came here in early evening not know what to except.It a beautiful up on a hill with lots of spas and restaurants. We'd come to have dinner and do some exploring before hand. The thermal springs were amazing. The stonework and setting of the...More
Our family visited here in the summer. My husband & I had been here before but wanted to show our kids this time around. Not far from the town is a small, secluded hot springs area. You can actually put your feet in the water...More
Bagno Vignoni is a delightful little town. Grouped around the thermal springs which form the centre of the village are a range of shops, restaurants and bars. Best seen at twilight when the lights are on, stop for a drink and something to eat.
Definitively a great place to visit and enjoy the view on the monte Amiata and the countryside and to take some quality time.
Bagno Vignoni has something special, the water, the pools, the environment.... it's a paradise!