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  • Grocery shopping


    Coop
    A large chain supermarket with all products

    Day closed: Sunday
    Address: Via Provinciale Nord 4
    53040 Rapolano Terme (SI)

  • Market
    A weekly market is held every Thursday morning.

    La dispensa
    A family run grocer which has almost everything you need for self catering
    Address: Via Della Stazione 5
    53040 Rapolano Terme (SI)

  • Panificio Paperini - Baker

    Bread and a great selection of local biscuits, cakes and pastries.
    Address: Piazza Matteotti
    53040 Rapolano Terme (SI)

  • Wine


    Emporio del vino
    Wine bar which offers not only the possibility to purchase wine but also to taste a great variety together with some local snacks

    Day closed: Tuesday
    Address: Via Provinciale Nord 90
    53040 Rapolano Terme (SI)
    Web: www.emporiodelvino.com

  • Services


    Bank
    There are two banks in the new part of the town, both have ATMs which accept credit cards.
    Note that banks are only open in the mornings.

    Petrol station
    There are two petrol stations, both have self service facilities. Make sure you have cash notes.

    Post office
    Open only in the mornings
    Located in Piazza Medaglia d'Oro

  • Medical


    Pharmacy
    There are two pharmacies.
    Pharmcia Chellini in via di Porta Nuova
    Pharmacia del Rosso in via Serraia

    Doctors
    There is a doctor's office in Via Pietro Nenni where there is also an ambulance service available.

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