Radda in Chianti Wheelchair Accessible Tours to Siena Tuscany
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Radda in Chianti Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Radda in Chianti wheelchair accessible tours, is a city of gentle hills designed by man to create vineyards and olive groves that also give strength to the economy.
Enhancing the richness of a territory between historical remains and good management, a good project that attracts tourism from all over the world .
We cannot talk about Tuscany without mentioning Radda in Chianti.
Like most of the Chianti villages, Radda in Chianti and its history were linked to the wars between Siena and Florence.
The first settlements date back to the Etruscan.
Were consolidated from the year 1000 as evidenced by some documents that recall the presence of a Castle under the jurisdiction of the Badia Fiorentina.
Even then the territory was cultivated with olive groves and vineyards until, in 1200, the territory was bought by the Counts Guidi.
The village of Radda in Chianti is all built with stone and a tour of its narrow streets and squares, which start and lead to the main square, in a pleasant up and down.
Leads to discover its medieval origins, with several buildings dating back to XII and XIII century, but not only.
Radda in Chianti, is the village that "invented" Chianti, or rather, the consortium of classic Chianti,, characterized by the symbol of the Black Rooster.
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Touring Radda in Chianti
The ancient walls protect the center of the city which develops in a maze of concentric alleys.
The Palazzo del Podesta' dominates the village, together with the Church of St Niccolo', of Romanesque origin.
On the outskirts of the town is the ancient Franciscan Convent of St Maria in Prato.
Near Radda in Chianti it is also absolutely worth seeing the Castello di Volpaia, an ancient fortified village.
It still retains its severe medieval atmosphere..
Around, within a few kilometers, there are places and landscapes of particular interest.
The parish Church of St Maria Novella, Albola, Badia Montemuro.
A guided tour of an organic farm and the tasting of wines produced in combination with lunch is a must!
For food, both inside and outside the town, the choice is wide.
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