|Subject: Tuscany Rentals|
The areas of Firenze and Siena are of course the most equipped for
apartment rental and B&B. The Tuscan landscape is not so wild and even if
you stay in a farm (agriturismo) you are close to many small towns.
The Tuscan country towns are usually built on hills, with narrow streets
and old houses; nevertheless the car traffic is sometimes heavy and noisy,
so maybe you could prefer to stay in a more quiet and relaxing place just a
few miles out.
San Gimignano is very nice, but in July you'll find there more Americans
and Germans than Italians.
Paolo Trieste, Italy