Greve in Chianti Travel Guide

Information for visitors to Greve, the largest town in Chianti, Tuscany, Italy

Greve in Chianti Travel Guide

Casa del Popolo, Greve in Chianti, Tuscany, Italy.

Welcome to our Greve in Chianti travel guide! Almost everyone visiting Tuscany agrees that the Chianti Classico wine area between Florence and Sienna is one of the most attractive areas in which to stay and enjoy a vacation. And if you do decide to spend some time with us, Greve makes an excellent base, with plenty of holiday accommodation both in town and in the surrounding hills, plus restaurants, a supermarket and many speciality food shops, banks and post office, a good Saturday morning market and, of course, the charming Piazza Matteotti for strolling, shopping and people watching.

Sights of interest nearby Greve in Chianti

The town of Panzano in Chianti.

The Abbey of Badia a Passignano.

The village of Lamole.

The town of Castellina.

The fortified village of Montefioralle.

The village of Gaiole in Chianti.

The wine village of Volpaia.

The Chianti castles route.

Impruneta, for Tuscan terracotta.

The village of Radda in Chianti.

The Castle of Vicchiomaggio.

The Castle of Verrazzano.

Florence is one hour away by bus or 45 minutes by car. We strongly recommend that you leave your car in Greve and take the comfortable bus into central Florence which is in any case closed to non-resident traffic.

Sienna, in contrast, is best reached by car, either along the scenic via Chiantigiana or by the motorway. Both routes take less than an hour.

Montefioralle near Greve in Chianti

Montefioralle, 1.5 km from Greve in Chianti

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