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Bagno Vignoni

Listed under Hot Springs Resorts in Tuscany, Italy.

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The Romans agreed that there's nothing quite like taking a nice hot bath after a hard day, whether you were a farmer, a centurion or a philosopher, so this spot, benefiting from its spot on the thermal spring dotted slopes of volcanic Mount Amiata was quickly settled by the Romans. It remained popular in the middle ages, probably for much the same reason, when it was also conveniently positioned for travellers and pilgrims walking the Via Francigena, which was one of the main European thoroughfares.

The main baths historically are located where you'd expect the main piazza to be,.

These days the baths also offer more modern treatments as well as a good old fashioned soak – you can have a mud bath, a massage or be treated by a reflexology or Shiatsu specialist.

Written by  AndyinItaly.

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