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{ Touring Tuscany: La Presura Farm }

By Wednesday, May 20, 2015 0

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We spent a total of three nights, and had no complaints other than not realizing we were on our own for breakfast since it is not provided here. But fortunately, there is a tiny shop right down the road where we found everything we needed for a hearty breakfast: assorted meats and cheese, milk, eggs, and bread with honey and jam. Our kitchen had the teeniest oven I’ve ever seen, but it worked just fine and we actually ended up looking forward to breakfast and authentic espresso (which we basically turned into coffee by adding cream, sugar, and then drinking from large mugs!) at our little nook by the window each morning. Other than breakfast, we did not cook any meals, but enjoyed dinner at multiple restaurants in the surrounding area of Greve di Chianti–our top pick was La Martellina (see more about the restaurant on this post). All in all, we highly recommend La Presura for any Tuscan vacation, and if you find yourself there, don’t forget to make a day trip to Florence, since La Presura is only a 15 minute drive away!


Agriturismo Fattoria La Presura
Via della Montagnola 191
50027 Strada in Greve di Chianti 

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