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From Florence: motorway Autostrada del Sole A1 direction Roma, exit Valdarno.

Gone out of the tollgate, turn right following Montevarchi sign and at the first fork take the road for Bucine.

You have to go beyond Levane village and reach Bucine, then go beyond it and go straight on for about 2 km and turn right following Cennina-Fornello sign. Finally you have to go again straight on for about 1,5 km following Tenuta Lupinari signs.

From Rome: motorway Autostrada del Sole A1 direction Firenze, exit Valdichiana.

Take the mainroad in direction to Siena. Exit Colonna fel Grillo. At the cross road follow the directions for Bucine-Ambra. Cross the little towns of Ambra and Capannole. When you have crossed Capannole, after about 3 km, turn left towards Cennina-Fornello. After 1,5 km the country road begins you will find the indication for Tenuta Lupinari.

By Train: Bucine Railway station (about 4 km far from Lupinari)

Montevarchi Railway Station (about 10 km far from Lupinari) from which you can reach the other main railway stations very quickly (Arezzo, Florence SMN, Roma Termini).

By Plane: Peretola Airport of Florence (about 60 km far from Lupinari)

Galileo Galilei Airport of Pisa (about 140 km far from Lupinari)

Leonardo Da Vinci Airport of Roma Fiumicino (about 240 km far from Lupinari 



The prestigious Chianti Area is among the provinces of Siena, Florence and Arezzo; the Tenuta Lupinari rises up just in the middle of Val d’Ambra, suitable to visit the typical villages (as Radda In Chianti, Greve and Castellina in Chianti) and discover the historical wine cellars, where the renowned and awarded wines are made.


A journey into the Middle Age, between noble residences, gothic and romanesque churches and enchanting alleys is all that Siena gives to the travellers. It's a city full of history and charm, the famous Piazza del Campo where the Palio takes place twice a year, the horse race among the ancient contradas of Siena.


Florence is the cradle of art and architecture and it never ceases to attract worldwide tourists, thanks to its museums (which Galleria degli Uffizi, Galleria Palatina, Bargello and Giardino di Archimede, Museum of Mathematics) and to the masterpieces of the Renaissance.


The Tenuta Lupinari is in the province of Arezzo, a village that has traces from different historical periods: from the Etrurian Age to the Middle Age, from the Renaissance to the Contemporary Era. The historical parade Giostra del Saracino and the Antique Fair that takes place every first Saturday and Sunday of the month are very special events that we suggest you to don't miss.
Our staff will be pleased to suggest you the most charming and less known locations where you can discover all the delicious Tuscan flavors.