Bagno Vignoni

Bagno Vignoni

This jewel of a hamlet built around a Roman vasca, or community baths. There are two main places here for partaking in the thermal waters—the Hotel Posta Marcucci, which has long been popular with locals; and Hotel Adler Thermae—newer, with chic architecture, magnificent views, superb pools and endless spa options. I spent a week at the latter last year, and didn’t want to leave.  

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