Montespertoli Information Office

Piazza dei Machiavelli, 13

50025 Montespertoli FI

0571 600255


How to get to Montespertoli

Montespertoli is located in the center of Tuscany in a strategic position to reach the main tourist destinations.
Montespertoli owes its development to communication routes such as the Via Volterrana which, by crossing the area since the time of the Etruscans, put Florence and Siena in touch with Volterra.

Nowadays Montespertoli is crossed by a dense network of scenic routes, making it really pleasant to travel by car, for example along the “Wine Roads” admiring the typical landscape of the Tuscan countryside cultivated with vineyards and olive groves, among which ancient castles, parish churches and medieval villages stand out surrounded by centuries-old cypress trees.

Montespertoli is in Chianti, Tuscany at:

20 Km from Florence

30 Km from San Gimignano

35 Km from Vinci

50 km from Siena

60 km from Pisa

230 km from Rome

Coming from Florence, take the A1 motorway, exit at Firenze Scandicci and take the Florence-Pisa-Livorno freeway (known as FI-PI-LI) From here follow the directions to Empoli. Exit at Ginestra Fiorentina and follow the directions to Montespertoli passing through the hamlet of Baccaiano and going up to Montespertoli.
Coming from Pisa and from the Galileo Galilei airport, take the Firenze-Pisa-Livorno freeway, exit at Empoli Ovest, take the state road SS429 and continue towards Castelfiorentino. From here follow the directions to Montespertoli.
Coming from Rome: exit the A1 motorway at Val di Chiana and follow the directions to Siena, then take the Firenze-Siena freeway, exit at San Donato and follow the directions to Tavarnelle Val di Pesa. From here continue towards the suburbs of Marcialla and Lucardo until you reach Montespertoli.

It is possible to reach Montespertoli by bus from Florence and from other towns in Valdelsa thanks to the services provided by PiùBus bus lines.

It is not possible to reach Montespertoli by train except by getting off in Florence, Castelfiorentino, Certaldo, Montelupo or Empoli and then continuing by bus.

In the heart of Chianti, in the heart of Tuscany