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  • lmartini1974
    Lake Worth, FL99 contributions
    Hey this is where we were married. Wonderful little town with great people. The church is almost 1000 years old and the father is a nice guy. I personally have family buried down at the cemetery. Worth a visit at it’s a very old church and represents the romantic period.
    Written 24 June 2018
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  • Yoyo88Townsville
    Brisbane, Australia51 contributions
    We stayed for a week at Figline Valdarno. It's a nice enough town but not too much to do there. It's a great gateway to travel the area, train to Florence, drive to Grieve in Chianti.
    Written 1 September 2015
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  • Paul R
    Wellingborough, UK674 contributions
    I was renting a flat on the beautiful, colonnaded piazza that sits at the heart of Figline's old town. I could not believe my luck, upon arrival, to realise that, downstairs from my flat, there were 3 bars, each of an entirely different style, within a few steps of my front door. I mean, that's a mini pub crawl right there!
    All three were good but the best, for my particular taste, was definitely Calibro22 Taproom. I am an avid drinker of real ales and craft beers and always keen to try something new, so finding this place so close to my flat was a great bonus.
    Inside I found a pleasingly cavernous bar room with a great range of 8 craft ales, which I learned were all brewed by the couple who run the place (although I believe they do feature guest beers too). Both partners are extremely friendly and, whilst the lady of the establishment runs a brisk bar, the job of her man appears to be drinking and chatting increasingly incoherently with visitng Englishmen. Joking aside, they were both charming and it was very interesting to hear about their brewing venture and how they hope to develop it.
    A small but convivial crowd of locals surrounded the bar and the choice of music being played could also have been chosen with me specifically in mind - heavy rock and metal.
    The beers I tried were very good indeed and ranged from light IPA type brews, right through to some dark and pungent stout.
    All in all, this place seemed made for me - I was pretty much in beery heaven and if I hadn't been keen to be fresh and early each morning of my visit to Tuscany, I would undoubtedly have spent a lot more time in Calibro22 Taproom.
    Long may it prosper!
    Written 20 June 2019
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  • Elena Hitomi
    2 contributions
    It's a very unique church and has been visited by not just catholic devotees but people of different religions and beliefs. Architecturally speaking, it really invites the minimalist advocates for it's amazing and visual structure. Definitely a stopover when you are around Incisa Valdarno.
    Written 11 September 2021
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  • Colleen Norman
    The Villages, FL17 contributions
    This was one of our stops on our "Off the Beaten Tracks Olive Oil and Wine Tasting Tour in Tuscany" with Sergio Ceccherini.
    Patrizia Belli is the owner/operator, along with her husband and family of course. This olive oil mill had a perfect combination of history meeting technology.
    Patrizia's English is perfect, and she has a passion for olive oil!. We learned about the process, tasted the oils, had a fabulous Tuscan lunch in the courtyard of her families bed and breakfast. Her husband has the most beautiful gardens in all of Valdarno ! He brought a water lily to our table during lunch that was grown with love and care!
    We are planning our next trip for 2017, we hope to stay in one of their apartments!
    Thank you for a truly memorable day!
    James is STILL talking about the homemade strawberry gelato you made him!!
    Written 2 July 2014
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  • Paula
    Latina, Italy1 contribution
    Spent a fabulous day with Anna on 13th October 2020. Visiting 3 vineyards, Anna is very knowledgeable and a great host we were made very welcome everywhere, following COVID requirements of course. We cannot recommend Anna highly enough!
    Written 20 October 2020
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  • Mattyhales
    2 contributions
    Sara & the team we’re an amazing help to us when we asked if they could help us find a taxi to our hotel at Villa Ragacci about 10km out of town.
    Over and above service as well as the food quality are out of this world.
    Well done to you all....🍺🍷🇮🇹
    Written 22 July 2019
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  • Lee D
    7 contributions
    Our cooking class with Chef Claudio was tasty, filling, and unforgettable! Claudio guided us skillfully and patiently through the preparation of several dishes, explaining everything clearly along the way. During our three-hour experience, we made fettuccine, cantucci (cookies), focaccia, sweet peppers, a beef dish, and more. After a couple hours of cooking, my wife and I sat in Claudio's peaceful restaurant dining space and sipped a regional wine while we enjoyed the delicious dishes we’d prepared. Claudio and his sister Sabrina(who picked us up from the train station), were friendly, enjoyable, and informative. We highly recommend this unique experience!
    Written 23 July 2019
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  • Alejandra P
    3 contributions
    We visited Podere Casa al Bosco after finding it on Google and we couldn't have been happier to choose this farm for our day tour around Tuscany. Ada and her son Francesco welcomed us to their lovely 3rd generation family run cheese farm, which is also their home. We made an appointment directly with them via email and chose a time and date for our visit. We visited the grounds and were able to see their sheeps, horse and even get to carry a baby sheep! We were given an explanation of how they make their cheese, very traditional and homemade! and then got to taste the cheese, which was amazing and accompanied with wine and juice. We even bought some cheese to take with us. They kindly explained that they don't take cards at the moment and should bring cash with us. We were a group of 8, including one children, and we all had the best time. Overall it was an amazing experience that everyone in our group would recommend to everyone, and we would definitely visit it again. Thank you Francesco and Ada for everything!
    Written 9 December 2019
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  • JonathanFK
    London, UK34 contributions
    Hired 4 eBikes for me, my son 11 and cousins 11 and 9. Bikes are great super easy to ride and powerful we were overtaking full lycra clad road bikers on hill to Vallombrossa. Range apparently is 50-60km. Guy doesn’t speak much English but responds to email great. We got a flat tyre going through a forest and he was round straight away to help fix it. There is not a huge amount to do with overactive boys but they loved this. Highly recommend.
    Written 10 August 2019
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  • Robbert
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands81 contributions
    I visit this gym everytime when Im in the area, You can buy a daypass and the facilities are old but its well equiped
    Written 9 March 2016
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