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Terme Bagno Vignoni

Piazza delle Sorgenti, 53027 Bagno Vignoni, Italy
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Wonderful: relax in hot water

Natural thermal water feeds the pool, next to a hotel but admissable to everyone. (€ 11.00) Two... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2014
RobertNo
Very unique Medieval town with thermal baths

This very tiny Medieval town has -- instead of a the typical village piazza -- a large thermal bath... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2014
Ron G
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  • Average5%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Piazza delle Sorgenti, 53027 Bagno Vignoni, Italy
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Reviewed 26 October 2014

Natural thermal water feeds the pool, next to a hotel but admissable to everyone. (€ 11.00) Two pools, one hotter than the other. Great view of the hills around

1  Thank RobertNo
Reviewed 13 October 2014

This very tiny Medieval town has -- instead of a the typical village piazza -- a large thermal bath as its central point. The square is ringed by a few small restaurants and hotels. The waters of the bath in the central square could at...More

1  Thank Ron G
Reviewed 7 September 2014

We visited Bagno Vignoni whilst walking the section of the Via Francigena from San Quirico D'Orcia to Castiglione D'Orcia. The route from San Quirico climbs over a hill; just beyond the brow is Vignoni castle - an ancient settlement untouched by time with spectacular views...More

3  Thank Family152
Reviewed 2 September 2014

Another unique place where you can scent the Etruscan and Roman times, where, instead of a square you can see a rectangular tank, of 16th-century origin which contains the original source of water that comes from the underground volcanic origins.

1  Thank 12Erika34
Reviewed 15 January 2014

We walked to this small town 1hr 15min from San Quirico d'Orcia. Beautiful country side on a long walk mainly down hill so took the bus back you can buy tickets on board. Being January most shops are closed but it was nice area to...More

2  Thank Suzanne G
Reviewed 11 October 2013

Approx 10 minute drive from San Quirico d'Orcia, its main attraction is its hot springs. Instead of a piazza, the historical thermal pond is its town center, surrounded by beautiful stone houses, restaurants and shops. Free parking in the area.

1  Thank ebbtide123
Reviewed 8 October 2013

heaven on earth in the Pool at this Hotel were the water comes down under the street and falls like a water fall into a large natural hot swimming pool. Don't go on a Thursday, I think that's the day they let the water out...More

2  Thank Janet D
Reviewed 27 August 2013

We walked to Bagno Vignoni & back from San Quirico d'Orcia. A lovely spa village with a lot of history. There is an opportunity to bathe in the thermal pools in one of the hotels @ Euro 15 which is well worth it especially after...More

1  Thank IslandMichele007
Reviewed 13 August 2013

This is a little pearl in the middle of Toscanas highlands. And it's almost too beautiful. It's a small village with hot springs! Papa Pius used this as his personal vacation spot when he was the Pope (1405-1464). Bagno Vignoni and its termal water was...More

1  Thank MariPrM
Reviewed 31 August 2012

Bagno Vignoni is worth visiting as a break from busy sightseeing. The baths are extremely relaxing (think large pools, body-temperature water) and the views are magnificent. We spent a night at Hotel Posta Marcucci, a lovely upscale hotel with it's own bath facilities.

1  Thank raherold
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Paula G
26 January 2017|
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Response from travelrulesAustralia | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I don't know where else, however this small village is just beautiful and worth a visit. We were there in mid October, and it was stunning.
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Mari_Sfinia
6 December 2016|
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Response from jdpaton | Reviewed this property |
I would stay at the post hotel it looks sensational other spots within walking distance but limited if no car unfortunately.
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ericturic
19 June 2016|
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Response from Stephen T | Reviewed this property |
No hours go anytime just when dark little crazy. Take short path down side road bagni Vinnie Dan filippo steams top are hotter
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