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11. Posted by amanecer (Respected Member 203 posts) 10y

I've never travelled through these little towns by public transports, so I can't tell you by experience, but I'm quite sure it could be hard visting them without a car.

12. Posted by nutsnbolts (Respected Member 155 posts) 10y

Quoting amanecer

I mean, the chianti itinerary is one the itinerary I would go. But I'm Tuscanian, and I know my region pretty well..:)
My point of view could be different from yours..

More of a reason to take your opinions as a consideration. You know what's good and what's not. Indeed there are wack jobs out there but you have proven yourself here with these forums.

13. Posted by amanecer (Respected Member 203 posts) 10y

Quoting amanecer

I mean, the chianti itinerary is one the itinerary I would go. But I'm Tuscanian, and I know my region pretty well..:)
My point of view could be different from yours..

I read again my post and i'm not sure to have explained clearly what I mean...the fact that I grew in Tuscany and I still live here entail that I know my region pretty well, although I haven't visited ALL.
For sure I visited all most important cities and cultural sites, so that I try to discover my hidden Tuscany. I know that if someone haven't been here, he would be probably more interested in the masterpieces than in little unknown (fascinating) towns.
It's normal, what I try to let know people with my posts is that, close to the masterpieces, there are some other less known cultural sites to see, not too far as for surrender to visit them due to the lack of time, and definitely good worth for value.

[hope is clearer now):)

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