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Castelnuovo Berardenga

Castelnuovo Berardenga

The vast territory is close to the evocative Crete Senesi

Castelnuovo Berardenga is at an altitude of 351m and has a population of approximately 7000 inhabitants. HISTORY The town takes its name from Count Berardo, a descendant of the Count of Siena Guinigi who governed over the city during the second half of the IX century. His family moved to the country when they lost control of Siena. ...


Siena to Arezzo by motorcycle

Three splendid provinces in one journey

One road that makes its way through three provinces: this is what the Senese Aretina is all about. ...

On the transhumance trail in Siena

The best way to see the area is on horseback

The landscape of Siena is a breathing work of art, replete with ancient hamlets, winding streets, picturesque cypress trees, castles and rolling ...

Chianti, Monteaperti

Amidst battles and holiness

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Chianti, Castlenuovo Berardenga, Villas Monaciano and Geggiano

Visit for typical Florentine architecture

The Municipality of Castelnuovo Berardenga owes its immense heritage to the typical landscape of its parks and gardens. ...

Chianti, Scopeto and Cerreto

Stunning villages welll worth a visit

Travel to the heart of the Tuscan Chianti and discover the smaller villages and lesser-known treasures in the municipality of Castelnuovo ...

Chianti, Montegiachi- contact

Montegiachi is a town that was named after its largest and most prestigious fortress-villa, which was built in 1500 by a noble family of the area. ...

Chianti, San Gusmè

A tour of a fascinating part of the region

San Gusmè, a picturesque fortified village surrounded by a long, circular medieval wall, still boasts many of the original architectural features ...

Siena area, a trip through nature for kids

Fun activities for little minds

A trip to the Siena area with children is the perfect time to slow down and appreciate the many surprises it has to offer. ...

A Lorena Tour

Take the road known as ‘Chiantigiana’ which connects Florence and Siena

This road passes Greve, Radda, Giole, Castellina and Castelnuovo Berardenga and winds its way through some of the most stunning and easily ...

Exploring the Brunello legacy

An itinerary to taste the best wine in the world

There's no other place in Tuscany to find such world-class and internationally renowned wine than right here - in Siena. ...

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