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Lucignano is a town in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy.


Panorama of Lucignano

Lucignano is a magical and well-preserved medieval hill town in southern Tuscany. It is characterized by an oval or elliptical shape. It has a population of around 3,500 and stands at 400m. above sea level in the middle of an agricultural area producing olives, grapes, cereals and sunflowers.

Get in[edit]

The town is situated a few kilometers to the northwest of the junction between the A1 Autostrada that connects Rome and Florence and the highway that connects Siena with Perugia. Travelling from Florence leave the Autostrada at Monte S. Savino. Travelling from Rome, leave at Valdichiana following the direction to Siena. After a few kilometers take a right. Any one of these country lanes will eventually get you to Lucignano.

Get around[edit]

Lucignano: Piazza San Francesco

The town is small and can be easily seen on foot.

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  • Museo Comunale (Town museum). Thursdays to Sundays, 10.00 to 17.00 or 18.00 at weekends.[1] Only a few pieces here but all of some interest. Particularly of note is a reliquary known as "L’albero della vita" (Tree of Life), which is a gilded and bejeweled tree with a crucified figure on top.

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Explore the town and the surrounding countryside and villages.

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  • Albergo Osteria Da Toto. In the centre of the town, this hotel provides fairly basic 2-3 Star accommodation for around Euros 60 for a single and Euros 80 for a double. The main reason for staying here is the restaurant (see Eat) and most visitors take the half-board option at Euros 57 per person. Piazza del Tribunal, 6 Lucignano.Tel. 0575 836763; Fax 0575 836988

Get out[edit]

With access to a car, Lucignano is a good base for exploring southern Tuscany and northern Umbria. Florence, Siena, Arezzo, Chianti, Cortona and Perugia are all within an hour or so, together with a host of smaller, but equally fascinating, places.

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