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Any times given are by car unless otherwise stated
Property and local area description
It's a nice villa. Villa Carmine is a two storey house surrounded by a garden and olive trees in a peaceful place. Location is quiet and peaceful and in the same time only few minutes to the old town of Chiusi, with all the unmissable attractions to visit, such as Etruscan Museum, Etruscan tumbs and King Porsenna underground town!
Accommodate: 3+2 pax
Layout: Dinning and sitting room with window-door leading to the garden, kitchen with all appliances, 2 bedrooms (one double room and one single room), studio with comfortable double sofa bed, 3 bathrooms.
Additional feature: Fireplace, Garden, Parking inside the property
Closest major cities:
Chiusi: km. 2
Arezzo: km 65
Siena: km 85
Proximity to major attractions:
Chianciano Terme: 13 km
Lake Trasimeno: km 23
Pienza: 34 km
Montalcino: km 50
Assisi: km 90
Chiusi is part of Tuscany ("Toscana") and is placed halfway between Rome and Florence, both of which can easily be reached by car (through the Chiusi-Chianciano Junction on the A1 Rome-Florence highway 5 km from the house) and train (Chiusi Scalo station 2 km from the house, on the Rome-Florence line) in about one hour.
From Chiusi Scalo station it is also possible to reach Siena, Perugia and Arezzo with comfortable cross-country trains (30 minutes) or by car. Chiusi is in a very convenient part of South Tuscany, from where you can easily reach many small towns in Tuscany, Lazio and Umbria (the border between Tuscany and Umbria is just 4 Km. From Chiusi).
Other unmissable locations near Chiusi include : Chianciano Terme, famous for its baths, a recently opened Etruscan Museum and a lively programme of Summer shows, events and plays; Montepulciano, Medieval and Renaissance village in whose countryside the renowned wine "Nobile di Montepulciano" is produced: you can visit many open wine caves where it's possible to have free tastes of wine; Pienza, a true jewel of Renaissance architecture and art, planned by Pope Pius II Piccolomini and Leon Battista Alberti; Monticchiello, yet another wonderful Medieval village; Bagno Vignoni, a unique village with its main square consisting of an ancient bath; Montalcino, Medieval village, where is produced the famous wine "Brunello di Montalcino"; Cortona, an ancient Etruscan location but with important Medieval and Renaissance buildings; the Trasimeno Lake, with its islands, reachable by ferry; the medieval Citta' della Pieve, with frescos by Perugino; Monte Amiata with many nice typical little towns; from there you can drive to Monte Labro, where is the most important Buddhist community, in a very suggestive plateau called "European Tibet".