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A Prato February 2018
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Prato is
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The territory

Prato is the second city in Tuscany, the third in Central Italy (after Rome and Florence) as regards number of inhabitants. It is situated at the heart of the region, not far from the world's most famous cities of art: Florence (18 km.), Lucca (50 km.), Pisa (82 km.) and Siena (79 km.). Prato and its province are ideal destinations for tourists, especially young people looking for a vacation of study and intelligent entertainment. The tourist offer includes art, nature, and the history of textiles; a history still vitally alive today, around which Prato has grown up, on which it has built its prosperity and developed the values of welcoming accommodation and comparison between different cultures. The province includes the communes of Cantagallo, Carmignano, Montemurlo, Poggio a Caiano, Prato, Vaiano and Vernio. It is a highly diversified territory that offers historical/artistic attractions of great interest following an itinerary that starts with the Etruscans, passes through the Middle Ages and arrives at the Avant-garde. Visitors are often surprised to find that a province known the world over as one of the most important textile producers also safeguards a wealth of priceless treasures, where the tradition of good food and ancient memories melds dynamically with everything that is new, modern and youthful.


Commune of Cantagallo

The town that lends its name to this Commune is situated in the valley of the Rio Ceppeta, near the ...

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Commune of Carmignano

The Commune's territory spreads over the gentle hills of the Montalbano Pratese with a surface area ...

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Commune of Montemurlo

Montemurlo is a modern town that has undergone significant industrial and demographic development ...

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Commune of Poggio a Caiano

Poggio a Caiano is an active, modern town situated on the banks of the Ombrone River in the middle ...

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Commune of Prato

A visit to the historic centre of Prato is essential, and will certainly not disappoint tourists...

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Commune of Vaiano

Vaiano is the most important centre in the Val di Bisenzio. Of Roman origin, the first good-sized ...

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Commune of Vernio

The Commune of Vernio covers a territory that is predominantly mountainous, rich in streams, rivers ...

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