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For great food, delicious wines and a dazzling range of historical attractions, you can't really beat Tuscany, and Radda in Chianti is one of the region's best destinations. At, our customers have reported back on the town's hotels, and we have sorted through to find the very best accommodation options. Read customer reviews, see their accurate ratings and consult location maps showing where all of the hotels are. You can also check out photos of sample rooms and hotel facilities, to make sure that all of their claims are accurate. With's help, it's easy to find the right Radda in Chianti hotels whether you are a honeymooning couple or a family seeking a base to explore Tuscany. Book early, and you can also secure discounts, so don't delay.

What's Radda in Chianti Like?

Radda in Chianti is an idyllic Tuscan hill town, which used to be one of the centres of Florentine power. Its glorious past is tourists' gain, as the town is home to some magnificent historical sights. See the ornate decoration of the Palazzo del Podestà, the Romanesque Church of San Niccolò, or the fascinating Museum of Sacred Art in the Convent of Santa Maria in Prato. The town's sights are close enough together to be seen by foot, and you can recharge at the end of the day with a gorgeous glass of Chianti wine. Radda in Chianti is very close to the beautiful Renaissance city of Siena with its breath-taking Cathedral and program of cultural events. You can also take the train into Florence - home of some of the world's greatest artworks in the Ufizi Gallery, and jaw-dropping architectural sights like the Ponte Vecchio.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Radda in Chianti

Tuscany is a welcoming part of Italy with proud culinary and cultural traditions, so the locals will be happy to share advice about how to spend your time. Familiarity with Italian will be an advantage, if only to break the ice, so learn a few phrases if you can. Get into the swing of local life by joining a wine tour of Chianti's legendary producers. Dine on Tuscan specialities like ribollita (bean and vegetable stew), delectable pecorino cheese or pasta in a wild hare sauce. Radda in Chianti also stages several festivals throughout the year, which can include extravagant historical re-enactments, so be there to witness the spectacle. If you want to get to Florence, be aware that buses are the only public transport option, so check the schedules for return trips. With's help, you can experience this Tuscan paradise, so book your hotel rooms now.