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FAQ - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. HOW TO GET TO LUCIGNANO?
2. DO YOU RECOMMEND ANY ACCOMODATIONS? DO YOU HAVE PARTNERS FOR SPECIAL PACKAGES?
3. IS THERE A TICKET OFFICE ON SITE?
4. I BOUGHT A TICKET, BUT I CAN'T
COME. IS A REFUND POSSIBLE?
5. ARE THE LOCATIONS ACCESSIBLE
FOR DISABLED?
6. HOW LONG DO TH
E CONCERTS LAST?
7. ARE PETS ALLOWED?

1. COME ARRIVARE A LUCIGNANO?

BY CAR

Although it may seem a very isolated place, Lucignano is conveniently connected with the rest of Tuscany thanks to its proximity to the A1 highway, autostrada del Sole, Milan-Naples. In particular, it is roughly equidistant from the two toll booths of Monte San Savino (for those arriving from the north) and Valdichiana-Bettolle-Sinalunga (for those arriving from the south).

From Florence it takes about an hour and 10 minutes, taking the A1 motorway to Monte San Savino, then continuing along the SP19 provincial road that leads to Lucignano. From the coastal cities of Tuscany, such as Pisa or Livorno, the travel time is approximately 2 hours: you arrive first in Florence, then proceed as already seen. On the other hand, those who are in Arezzo and want to visit Lucignano will have to take into account a travel time of about half an hour, traveling along the SGC Grosseto-Fano road.

The state road SR 73 Senese-Aretina instead connects the Grosseto (Braccagni) area with Sansepolcro, passing through Siena and other places of tourist interest in Tuscany such as Colle Val d'Elsa and Monte San Savino. The SR71 instead connects the area up to Ravenna, Cesena, Orvieto and Cortona.

BY TRAIN

To get to Lucignano by train, it is advisable to first arrive in Arezzo, which is served by various railway lines (Florence-Rome, and by the local Arezzo-Stia and Arezzo-Sinalunga lines), thus also connecting to the national high-speed network. In the Florence-Rome route, the localities will therefore be connected from north to south, on the Milan-Naples section and also crossed by local tourist resorts such as Orvieto and Chianciano Terme, Montevarchi, Figline Valdarno and then Perugia (for the airport) and others. The Arezzo railway station is located in Piazza Repubblica and has been in operation since 1886. The railway service is provided by Trenitalia (see the specific website for timetables and stops) and by TFT (Trasporto Ferroviario Toscano) for local connections ( Arezzo-Stia and Arezzo-Sinalunga). Once in Arezzo, take the 138 bus to Lucignano della Tienne Trasporti, which takes just over 30 minutes.

BY PLANE

Tuscany is served by two regional airports: Pisa airport (PSA) is 155 km away (about 1 hour and 40 minutes by car, with the A1 and then the Florence-Pisa-Livorno) or about 2 or 3 hours by train (depending on the direct or regional) from Pisa to Florence and then to Arezzo and vice versa. The Pisa airport is served by the most important low-cost airlines, including Ryanair and Easyjet, connecting with numerous European and national locations. Florence airport (FLR), connected to the main national, European and intercontinental locations, is about 5 km from the regional capital and about 95 km from Arezzo and Lucignano. The connection between the city and the airport is ensured directly from the A1 to Florence north (exit for Florence airport) in about an hour of average traffic. By train Arezzo is connected directly to Florence in about an hour and 50 minutes (both Firenze Santa Maria Novella are served with bus n. R003, and Firenze Campo di Marte, with bus n12 and LAM). Once in Arezzo, take the bus to Lucignano.

Perugia Airport (PEG) is an excellent alternative to the two mentioned above, also served by Ryanair and Wizz Air. It is connected to the province of Arezzo by the railway service, in about one hour and twenty minutes; In Perugia, the airport is served by the shuttle to the train station, or by a direct coach service to Arezzo from the Sulga company (+39 075 5009641).

2. DO YOU RECOMMEND ANY ACCOMODATIONS? DO YOU HAVE PARTNERS FOR SPECIAL PACKAGES?

Inside the historic village of Lucignano there are some structures where to sleep, mostly period residences, apartments and bed and breakfasts. They have the common feature of being all created inside ancient houses or historic buildings, and of being finely restored in a classic-medieval style, with period furnishings, floors and ceilings. If you are looking for something different, go a few kilometers outside the historic centre, and you will immediately find numerous country villas, farmhouses and farms, many of which have large green spaces, a swimming pool and an internal restaurant. If you need help with this type of facility, please contact our partner Lucignano like locals.

To find a classic hotel, however, you need to travel several kilometers towards Foiano della Chiana or Monte San Savino.

For those looking for a longer experience with a variety of activities, also outside Lucignano, we suggest our partner TripToscana: you will feel pampered for a dream holiday tailor-made for you!

3. IS THERE A TICKET OFFICE ON SITE?

It is possible to buy tickets directly on site about 45 minutes before the concert, however it is advisable to book online to facilitate the organization.

4. I BOUGHT A TICKET, BUT I CAN'T COME. IS A REFUND POSSIBLE?

Tickets are not refundable.

5. ARE THE LOCATIONS ACCESSIBLE FOR DISABLED?

Access for the disabled is possible, please contact the municipal administration for transit permits.

6. HOW LONG DO THE CONCERTS LAST?

The concerts of the 2023 edition will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes without a break.

7. ARE PETS ALLOWED?

Your pets are welcome, as long as they are silent and kept on a leash.

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