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Casa Leon

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Set on the edge of the town after which Tuscany’s most famous son was named, Casa Leon isn’t just well positioned for appreciating the landscape the great Renaissance polymath called home, it’s handy for the fantastic local museum dedicated to him. There you can find out more about the man, his art and the flights of fancy he had more than 500 years ago that we now recognise as the airplane, submarine and more.

Villa Vinci

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located in the immediate vicinity of the medieval borgo of Vinci, with its characteristic historic centre and museum dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci. Near the villa is the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci, which you can visit on foot along fully-equipped paths. This elegant two-storey stone villa, in the classic finish of hunting lodges, is set on a gentle Tuscan hill, completely surrounded by an estate of olive groves. The property has been recently restored with attention and elegance, with the owners chosing traditional Tuscan materials such as stone, terracotta, travertine and wood for the restyling.