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Greve in Chianti
Greve in Chianti
Situated on the Chiantigiana road, ss222.
The great navigator Giovanni da Verrazzano was born in the family's castle not far from Greve in Chianti, but today the majority of Greve's residents are involved in agriculture or wine production.


Greve today
Greve is considered the most typical of the cities in the Chianti Classico area. It is located half way between Florence and Siena.
The area surrounding Greve is well know for its beauty while the city offers the noteworthy 19th century Matteotti Square, the beautiful loggias and the small Santa Croce Square.

Greve prides itself on its Slow Status.






Greve-in-Chianti has its own website which lists some of the amenities and important dates.
To access this, go to www.greve-in-chianti.com


Supermarket - Usual hours 08.00 to 13.00 & 16.00 to 19.00

Butchery - This is a very good butchery and it is well worth getting your meat here.

Some shops close on Wednesday afternoon.
All shops are closed all day Sunday.

As in all Tuscan towns there are small grocery stores, that are a little more expensive but give you a good idea of the Italian village life. Sometimes they will have better products than the big supermarkets. Shopping in these also gives you an opportunity to practice your Italian.

Chemist -  There is a chemist in Greve.

Market - Saturday. Look out for the pork spit roast.
 



Greve in Chianti


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