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    Supermarket -
    There is a large hypercoop in Siena, here you can buy everything. It is open Monday to Saturday from 9.00 to 20.00. In Sovicille, Rosia and San Rocco there are smaller grocery shops 

    Bank - There are banks in Sovicille, Rosia and San Rocco, all banks are open in the mornings and some are open for about one hour in the afternoon. Almost all the banks have cash dispensers that accept Credit Cards.

    Petrol - There are several petrol stations, they are open in the morning and afternoon, on Sundays they open on a rotational basis. Most petrol stations also have a self service machine, make sure you have 5, 10 or 20 Euro notes. There are petrol stations in Sovicille, Rosia and San Rocco.

    Taxi service - There is a taxi company in Siena. The contact details are: Tel: +39 0577/49222

    Station - There is a station in Siena, it is not the most serviced station and often it is better to take the bus to Florence and take a train from there. For train information visit the Italian rail website www.trenitalia.com

    Bicycle rental - To rent bikes you must contact a shop in Siena:
    D.F. Bike
    Strada Massetana Romana, 54 - Siena
    Tel: +39 0577 271905

    Chemist and Hospital - There is a hospital with emergency services in Siena. There are several chemists in the Sovicille council area, they are found in Sovicille, Rosia and San Rocco.

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Florentine Fashion Private Tour

Italian fashion originates in Florence since Roman times and continues being famous by cloth merchants of the Middle Ages. The first fashion show in Italy took place in Florence, Villa Torrigiani, 12 February 1951 and the second in the Sala Bianca of Palazzo Pitti. This tour is an excellent opportunity to have the appointment with history of fashion 'Made in Italy'.

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Flavorful Florence Small-Group Tasting Experience

The culinary heritage of central Italy is at your fingertips during this introduction to Tuscan cuisine. 
Head to the Oltrarno—the southern side of Florence, away from the tourist center—and grab a seat at the table as an expert guide begins this in-depth introduction to the typical foods of Tuscany. Learn all about regional cuisine, local food culture, and the history of particular dishes, and hear how artisans have been reviving ancient culinary traditions to bring them to new generations.
Sample local wines, honey, truffles and pecorino cheese, nibble on cured prosciutto and salami, and breathe in the aromas of fragrant herbs like saffron. After savory pâté and fettunta (Tuscan bruschetta), satisfy your sweet tooth with panforte, chocolate cake, and almond biscotti. As you raise a glass of grappa to toast to your new knowledge, pick up some recommendations for restaurants to check out during the rest of your stay in flavorful Firenze.

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Private Tour: Pisa and the Leaning Tower

Set off on a panoramic drive along the Arno embankments to Pisa, on this half day private luxury tour accompanied by your own English-speaking driver.

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Private Tour: Florence Walking Tour with Palazzo Vecchio

Discover Florence on a private 2.5 hours walking tour of the city’s historical and cultural highlights, included the amazing Palazzo Vecchio. With a knowledgeable private guide, go to the Cathedral, Piazza della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio. During the tour you have the opportunity to see Palazzo Vecchio inside with the great hall of five hundred and the Medici's rooms (admission fee included).

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