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Tuscan Agriturismo

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My fiance and I have decided that we would like to spend the entirety of our honeymoon (around 10-12 days) in Tuscany rather than bouncing around different areas. We are planning on flying into Florence (I've been to Florence before but he hasn't) and spending the night before renting a car and heading to the countryside. We were thinking of splitting the time between a farmhouse agriturismo setting and a little busier of a town with shops and restaurants within walking distance of our accommodations.

If anyone can recommend areas (and/or specific accommodations if you know of any good ones)- from my research it seems like we would like to stay in the central tuscany areas- for us to base ourselves out of as we explore for the time we have?


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