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From Rome

Take the A1 Autostrade highway in the direction of FIRENZE. Exit at “CHIUSI-CHIANCIANO TERME”. After paying the toll, follow signs to Chianciano. This puts you on to SP146. Stay on this road, always following signs to Pienza. You first pass through the modern town of Chianciano Terme, then you pass around Montepulciano. At the base of Montepulciano, turn left following signs for Pienza. About 10km from Montepulciano, you reach Pienza. As you come up the hill into Pienza, you pass an AGIP gas station on the left and the COOP store on your right. Follow the road as it curves around and ends at the front of the old town.

Here turn left (signed for Monticchiello and Spedaletto Amiata) and after 200m turn right into the first entrance of the old town. This is called Largo Roma and here you can enter the old town on the tiny Via Dogali. Before entering, stop the car and call reception. We will come meet you with the permit to enter the old town and direct the rest of the way. Then go ahead on Via Dogali which is the normally pedestrian-only part of the historic village (there is a “Zona Traffico Limitato” sign here), but even though it looks wrong, you are allowed to bring your car into the town here. The road is very narrow and likely full of pedestrians, but go up Via Dogali until it ends at the STOP SIGN at Corso Rossellino. Turn left on the Corso and come down to front door of the hotel, at number 111. Be careful not to run over any tourists!

From Florence

Go south of Florence on the A1 Autostrada, in the direction of ROMA. Exit at Valdichiana-Betolle. After the toll, turn left (by going all the way around the large roundabout, here signed for Montepulciano). Stay straight on this road as it goes through Betolle and then Torrita di Siena, always following signs for Pienza. In the outskirts of Torrita, there is a round about where you stay straight and then cross the railroad tracks, and shortly coming to a stop sign. Turn right and continue following signs for Pienza, soon turning left at the base of the old town of Torrita di Siena, again signed for Pienza. Stay on this road (sp15) as winds up hill, crosses into the Val D’orcia and finally ends at a T-junction about 16km from the exit of the A1. Here turn right, signed for Pienza. In about 8km until you reach the village. As you come up the hill into Pienza, you pass an AGIP gas station on the left and the COOP store on your right.

Follow the road as it curves around and ends at the front of the old town. Here turn left (signed for Monticchiello and Spedaletto Amiata) and after 200m turn right into the first entrance of the old town. This is called Largo Roma and here you can enter the old town on the tiny Via Dogali. Before entering, stop the car and call reception. We will come meet you with the permit to enter the old town and direct the rest of the way. Then go ahead on Via Dogali which is the normally pedestrian-only part of the historic village (there is a “Zona Traffico Limitato” sign here), but even though it looks wrong, you are allowed to bring your car into the town here. The road is very narrow and likely full of pedestrians, but go up Via Dogali until it ends at the STOP SIGN at Corso Rossellino. Turn left on the Corso and come down to front door of the hotel, at number 111. Be careful not to run over any tourists!

From Siena

Go south of Siena, on the “Cassia” S2 in the direction of ROMA (These will be blue signs for ROMA. Do not follow the green ROMA signs to the A1). Follow this road always following ROMA signs until the village of SAN QIURICO D’ORCIA. Here follow the Pienza signs, exiting the S2 “Cassia” road and continue following signs for Pienza onto the SP146. Follow this road all the way until reach Pienza. At the front of the old town, stay straight: 200 meters after the main road turns left left for Montepulciano, look for the first entrance into the old town on the right.

This is called Largo Roma and here you can enter the old town on the tiny Via Dogali. Before entering, stop the car and call reception. We will come meet you with the permit to enter the old town and direct the rest of the way. Then go ahead on Via Dogali which is the normally pedestrian-only part of the historic village (there is a “Zona Traffico Limitato” sign here), but even though it looks wrong, you are allowed to bring your car into the town here. The road is very narrow and likely full of pedestrians, but go up Via Dogali until it ends at the STOP SIGN at Corso Rossellino. Turn left on the Corso and come down to front door of the hotel, at number 111. Be careful not to run over any tourists!



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