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Chiusi Scalo, the part of town that’s down in the valley isn’t particularly interesting or beautiful but it has an important railway station: Chiusi Chianciano-Terme on the main line between Rome & Florence. Chiusi Alto, the ancient hilltop town is actually lovely and at one time was the capital of…
This sleepy little town on one of the southern most borders of Tuscany was one of the most important cities of the Etruscan empire between the 7th & 5th centuries BC. The town that lays before you now is an enchanting mix of Etruscan ingenuity, Roman prowess and Medieval struggles. Perhaps the most…
mainline train station connecting to Sienna, Rome, Firenze and beyond. several hire car companies -Avis, Hertz
Offers a fascinating introduction to the Etruscan culture, which preceded Rome, of which it was one of the Capitals. Chiusi is divided in two towns: Chiusi Scalo is the new town, built around the train station and does not offer much in terms of sightseeing but many useful services. Chiusi Città is…
Chiusi à travers des expériences Airbnb
Découvrez ce monument emblématique grâce aux expériences Airbnb, des activités en petit groupe animées par des habitants.