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From Florence

From the A1 Highway, take the AREZZO exit. Just after you pass through the toll turn to the right and follow the signs for Badia al Pino (3 minutes from the toll). We are in the centre of the town.

From Rome

From the A1 Highway, take the AREZZO exit. Just after you pass through the toll turn to the right and follow the signs for Badia al Pino (3 minutes from the toll). We are in the centre of the town.

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Hotel Low Cost Arezzo

Albergo La Posta Arezzo is located directly off the A1 exit Arezzo (three minutes drive) away from the noise and smog of motorway; the Hotel is eight minutes far from highway exit Monte San Savino, and it is located in Badia al Pino, small village 10 minutes drive from Arezzo.

From Siena

Get on the “Due Mari” highway in the direction of Arezzo. Exit at Tegoleto, and then follow the signs for Badia al Pino (2 minutes from the exit). We are in the town centre.

Badia al Pino and Surroundings: the Landscape

From Perugia

Follow signs towards Arezzo, passing through the towns of Camucia and Cortona. When you get to Olmo (The intersection or crossroads where you will see a big Shop called Expert) follow the signs for “Siena 70 Km” which takes you towards Badia al Pino (5 minutes from the sign). We are in the town centre.

The birth of the country dates back before the year one thousand. Witness the Ancient Lombard Tower in the center of the Benedictine Monastery. A half kilometer from Badia al Pino on top of a hill is Dorna, an ancient settlement Lombard, now transformed into a farm.

The village is surrounded by wheat fields, olive trees and vines. The forests of oaks, holm oaks and chestnut trees full of mushrooms (you can find, when the weather is good the black mushroom that grows between the brooms in the woods of oak) are the frame of a typical Tuscan landscape. Walking through the woods is not difficult to find large boars, porcupines, hares and pheasants deer.

Traditions and Food in Tuscany

The wine is of excellent quality and varies from Sangiovese to Chianti. The oil of excellent taste and very low in fat. Badia al Pino is at the heart of the Val di Chiana area famous worldwide for its meat: The 'Chianina Meat'.

The calf of the Val di Chiana, completely white, is the largest beef farm in the world and its meat is sought after on all the tables of international restaurants.
It can be tasted in restaurants not far from the Albergo La Posta. Our area is very suitable for walkers, hiking and bicycling.

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