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How to spend a "Perfect" Sunday in Tuscany?

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I'm aiming for perfect but I'll settle for great ;;)

I'd like to know what you consider a perfect Sunday while in Tuscany. We like slow travel but the reality is we are only in Tuscany for one week so I don't see Sunday as our "day of rest".

My research shows that most of the vineyards are closed so it's not a good day to choose for winery visits. Would this be the best day to visit Siena or Volterra or are there more large group tours likely on a Sunday? Do you prefer to visit the smaller towns or larger cities on a Sunday? In the smaller towns or even in cities, do the restaurants have limited hours of service on a Sunday?

I look forward to reading your suggestions. Thank you, Deborah

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