Castiglion Fiorentino

Castiglion Fiorentino is a town in the Italian province of Arezzo. It lies at the centre of a triangle formed by important cities such as Florence, Siena and Perugia.

5 things to do

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Villa Senaia

Ancient stone farmhouse, located in a strategic position, with various paintings of flowers hang on the walls. The living room is plain and simple, with stone walls where the fireplace stands, and satellite TV. The kitchen will give you access to the patio area with facilities for dining out in front of the swimming pool and a view of the entire valley.On the ground floor you can also find a bedroom and another one with shower. An external staircase leads to the balcony, two double rooms with shared bathroom and a bedroom with private bathroom and access to the loggia. The villa has a private garden surrounded by flowers and trees, an outdoor oven / barbecue, a laundry room and private parking. The owners, who live nearby, will welcome guests on arrival with a small buffet lunch. If you wish more privacy, the owners will not interfere with the guests' stay. Cultural cities such as Cortona, Arezzo, Montepulciano, Siena, Florence can be reached in less than an hour.

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La Pampa Ristorante

This restaurant serves steaks and wine imported from Argentina, pasta and vegetables. Save room for the dessert of imported dulce de leche. The owner is a young Italian and his wife. Steak samples are presented raw on a wooden plate before you order. Outdoor seating in summer with a view over the village.

Velvet Underground

Live music concerts; a bit more grungy and the owners only care about your money, but the people there are less pretentious and can be a lot of fun

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Ristorante Da Muzzicone

Fiorentina/Chianina steak. Be careful, the owner believes foreigners are prey to rip-off. The steak nonetheless is unmissable.

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Regiro Pub

Nice place, more sophisticated than Velvet Underground. The hosts are really nice.

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