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Calenzano, a small village on the outskirts of Firenze, ideal for those who enjoy walking at high altitudes in a campaign by renaissance painting.

Capraia e Limite

Capraia e Limite are two small towns framed in the hills of Montalbano, united today in a single municipality. They owe to the Arno the great baggage of history and traditions that animate them.

Cerreto Guidi

Cerreto Guidi is a typical village in the Valdarno Inferiore. Walking through its renaissance historical centre you can take a dip in the past and savor the atmosphere typical of the territory.


Fiesole, panoramic terrace overlooking Florence and the hills, full of historical sites, churches and parks framed by cypress trees.


Impruneta, is an agricultural town just 15 km from Firenze in the hills between the valleys of the Ema and Greve and is known for pottery, the famous "cotto dell'impruneta".

Lastra a Signa

Lastra a Signa is a municipality situated between the banks of the Arno and the hills of Firenze, a village rich in history and culture.

Rignano sull'arno

Rignano, located South-East of Florence, lies on the banks of the River Arno. The village comes alive every year, in July and August for the feast of pardon, typical manifestation of the whole area of Valdarno.

San Godenzo

San Godenzo is a town in the province of Florence and is located northeast of Pontassieve, the largest town nearby. The town is part of the National Park of the casentino forests, mount Falterona and Campigna.


Scandicci is a town situated only 6 kilometres from the centre of Firenze, strikingly beautiful, combining culture and breathtaking scenery. Famous for its prestigious names in Haute Couture.

Sesto Fiorentino

Sesto Fiorentino is an agricultural centre with numerous industries located between Florence and Prato. Of relevance is the production of porcelain and ceramics.


Signa is a town not far from the capital of Tuscany and is crossed by the river Arno and Bisenzio and Ombrone Pistoiese.


Vinci is a charming little village on the Florentine hills, famous for being the birthplace of the renaissance genius Leonardo da Vinci.