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Visit to Radda and Barone Ricasoli

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Italy in September. We will be in Florence for a couple of days before heading to Sienna to join up with our Walking tour through Tuscany. We would like to make an overnight stop in Radda so that we can visit the Barone Ricasoli Winery. We are having problems arranging transportation between Florence-Radda-Sienna. Bus service is the only thing we've come up with to date and that would be fine except that we still have the dilemma of getting to the winery once we reach Radda. We've been quoted $158 for the two of us roundtrip from the hotel to the winery. That seems very steep!! Does anyone have any other suggestions? Is renting a car to travel between Florence and Sienna a really bad idea? We need some help from all of you experienced travelers out there!

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