How to get here

Casentino is a small, precious jewel in Tuscany: atmospheric and rich with history. The valley is in the province of Arezzo, a few kilometres from Florence; the first section of the river Arno flows through it, starting at Mount Falterona (1654m above sea level). Mount Falterona, together with Mount Falco (1658m above sea level), makes up the northern border of the valley, at the boundary with Romagna. In the east, the Alps of Serra and the Alps of Catenaia separate Casentino from the higher Tiber valley. In the west, the Pratomagno Massif separates it from the higher Valdarno. Finally, the western reliefs of Mount Falterona separate the valley from Mugello.

 

BY AEROPLANE

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SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL

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Taxi e Transfer

 

GETTING AROUND IN CASENTINO

Via the ‘autostrada A1’ motorway, exit Barberino di Mugello, follow signs for Dicomano, Londa e Stia. Alternatively, from the E 45, exit at Bagno di Romagna and follow signs for Badia Prataglia, Poppi and then Stia.

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