How to Reach Us

La Poggiolaia, Certaldo (Firenze), Località Bacio, Fiano.
phone: +39 0571 669695 - +39 0571 668616
fax: +39 0571 668197
mobile: +39 393 970 7942
website: www.poggiolaia.it
email: paola@poggiolaia.it

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FROM ROME La Poggiolaia is simple to reach. If you come from Rome you'll drive on the A1 Highway. Exit at "Valdichiana - Bettolle". Take the Motorway Bettolle-Siena (Siena direction) and then the Motorway Siena-Firenze (Firenze direction) and exit at "Poggibonsi". Follow the signs for Certaldo - Empoli. After 15 Km (7 miles) you'll find Certaldo. Here follow the signs for Fiano. After 7 Km (4 miles) turn on the left side of the road and follow the sign with the indication "BACIO".

FROM FLORENCE Take the Motorway "FI-PI-LI" (Firenze - Pisa - Livorno) in Pisa direction. Exit at "Ginestra". Follow the signs for Montespertoli till Baccaiano. At the roundabout follow direction FIANO. You'll arrive in the hamlet of Fiano. Follow direction Certaldo. After 2 Km you will find on the right side of the road and follow the sign with the indication "BACIO".

FROM PISA Take the Motorway "FI-PI-LI" (Firenze - Pisa - Livorno) in Firenze direction. Exit at "Ginestra". Follow the signs for Montespertoli till Baccaiano. At the roundabout follow direction FIANO. You'll arrive in the hamlet of Fiano. Follow direction Certaldo. After 2 Km you will find on the right side of the road and follow the sign with the indication "BACIO".
Approximate driving time from the Pisa airport: 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Approximate driving time from the Florence airport: 1 hour.

BY TRAIN Train connection Firenze-Empoli-Siena. The train stop is Certaldo, 7 Km (4 miles) from the Villa.

GPS:
GD 43.579582 11.098648000000026
GMS N 43° 34' 46.495'' E 11° 5' 55.132''

On every good guide of Tuscany look for the jewels that you will find just few miles away from the wonders of Certaldo, like San Gimignano, Volterra, Siena, Florence, and get used to the breathtaking Renaissance landscapes of Valdelsa, admired in the paintings of Leonardo, Botticelli and Benozzo Gozzoli.