31-03-2019 / Web article
The Swiss are a population of travelers: the majority of the population has an aptitude for travel and makes on average over 3 vacations a year choosing Italy as a second destination, after Germany (13%) and first from France (11%) with a market share of 12% of the total number of overnight trips made by the Swiss.
THE LITTLE STORY OF: Villa La Sciolta
Since its construction in 1932, Villa la Sciolta has had as its main rule hospitality. The residence offers its guests a stay of elegance and comfort, without giving up the adventures of the Tuscan countryside that surrounds it. Gabriella Giugni is the owner, and tells a TBA Holidays the small but enchanting story of a place that recalls the warmth of the family.
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