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Radda in Chianti is not just a fine destination to enjoy some time out, it's also blessed with a respectable number of well-situated hotels that will help make your travels unforgettable. You have the choice of 15 establishments within 3 miles of the city center.

Several of the best options which are within easy reach of all the action are the Livernano and Il Borgo di Vescine.

Are you hoping for budget hotels? You might like to check out the Palazzo Leopoldo, Villa Sant'Uberto Country Inn and Le Fontanelle.

If you still haven't found what you're looking for, you might want to consider checking out the Castel Monastero as well as the Castello del Nero Hotel & Spa, which are 14 miles and 10 miles from the heart of Radda in Chianti. Travelers looking for something more can check out the Villa Mangiacane and the Grand Hotel Continental Siena – Starhotels Collezione, 16 miles and 12 miles away.

Barberino Val d'Elsa is situated 8 miles to the north of Radda in Chianti. While here, you can visit Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Visitors looking for accommodation in Greve in Chianti can select from the Giovanni da Verrazzano and Le Cetinelle B&B. Alternatively, you'll find Barberino Val d'Elsa, 10 miles to the west of Radda in Chianti. In Barberino Val d'Elsa, take the time explore the Casa Emma. Expedia-listed hotels in Barberino Val d'Elsa include the Relais Borgo Petrognano and Fattoria Sant'Appiano.

Get your sports fix by making a trip to Palasport Mens Sana. Book a hotel close to the action at the Residenza d'Epoca Relais Campo Regio or the Palazzo Coli Bizzarrini.

How to Get to Radda in Chianti

If you are flying into or out of Peretola Airport and choose to stay nearby, try The St. Regis Florence or The Westin Excelsior, Florence.