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Discover the best of Tuscany: Florence, Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, Chianti ...

Thanks to its central position Villa Rigacci it is easy to reach by car or by train and very well connected to all of Tuscany's major attractions. It is situated 25 km south of Florence in the hills of the Upper Arno Valley which connects Florence with Arezzo, Umbria and Rome.

Above the valley crossed by the Arno river, the hills of the Chianti area separate the upper Valdarno from the territory of Siena, at the other part the Pratomagno mountains seperate the Arno valley from the Casentino area.

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From Florence or Rome

  • South of Florence leave the Highway A1 at the 'Incisa / Reggello' exit turning right
  • After passing the bridge turn right and follow the sign to 'MATASSINO'
  • Arriving in Matassino pass the first roundabout, at the second roundabout turn left direction Vaggio
  • In the center of Matassino turn right after the small bridge.
  • The next village is Vaggio - at the end in a left-hand bend go straight ahead, direction 'San Giovenale', passing a small bridge at the right
  • After 100 m you will find the entrance to the hotel on your right
  • Go ahead to find the reception and a small parking area, for the big covered parking turn right after the entrance

GPS Villa Rigacci

Latitude N 43.646082

Longitude E 11.515870

Località Rigacci 75, 50066 Reggello - Vaggio (FIRENZE)


Arriving from North or from South

From Swiss

  • Milan - Bologna(A1) - Florence, exit Incisa/Reggello

From Austria - Brenner:

  • A22 Modena, A1 Bologna - Florence, exit Incisa/Reggello

From Genova:

  • A12 Livorno - Pisa(A11) - Florence A1 - Rome, exit Incisa/Reggello

From Rome:

  • A1 direction Florence, exit Incisa/Reggello

From Florence:

  • A1 direction Rome, exit Incisa/Reggello


  • Florence - Capital of Tuscany: 35 minutes by car or by train
  • Arezzo - South of Tuscany: 40 minutes by car or by train
  • Vinci - Leonardo da Vincis Birthplace: 1 hour by car
  • Siena - Palio and 17 Contrade: 1 hour 10 minutes by car
  • Lucca - Puccini and City Walls: 1 hour 30 minutes by car
  • Pisa - The Leaning Tower: 1 hour 30 minutes by car
  • San Gimignano - City of Medioval Towers: 1 hour 10 minutes by car
  • Viareggio - Coast of Tyrrhenian Sea: 1 hour 20 minutes
  • Carrara - White Marble: 1 hour 30 minutes by car
  • Montepulciano/Montalcino - Wine Capitals: 1 hour 20 minutes by car
  • Perugia - Capital of Umbria: 1 hour by car
  • Cortona - Overlooking Lake Trasimeno: 1,5 hours by car
  • Orvieto - Antic Etruskan City: 1,5 hours by car
  • Rome - The Eternal City: 2 hours by train

Exploring Tuscany by Train

Next train station (8 km) to Villa Rigacci: Figline Valdarno
Train staions in Florence: The main station is 'Santa Maria Novella' and the second station direction Figline Valdarno is 'Campo Marte'

Tuscany's main rail transport hub is the Firenze Santa Maria Novella station in its capital city of Florence. If you plan to arrive in Tuscany from another major city in Italy, you're likely to arrive via high-speed train to Florence. From there, you can take intercity and regional trains to reach other rail destinations. Tuscany is not a large area; it can be traversed by train, bus or car in a matter of hours.

Before boarding a train in Tuscany, be sure to validate your ticket at one of the yellow or orange boxes located on the railway platforms. Failing to do so will mean that you're essentially traveling without a ticket, even if you have a physical copy with you.

Information about the trains:www.trenitalia.it Please note, the timetable may change on weekend and holidays

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