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6 Places You Absolutely Have to Stop on a Florence-to-Rome Road Trip

Condé Nast Traveler Logo By Erin Florio of Condé Nast Traveler | Slide 1 of 6: Mile 54Why StopOne of Tuscany's oldest towns, it's topped by an 800-year-old stone castle; one of its many churches dates to the 12th century.Where to Have LunchIn cooler months, the stewed wild boar from L'Asinello outside of town is the Tuscan comfort dish you want to eat.Insider TipVenture into the Misericordia church to see the 500-year-old wooden organ, one of the oldest in Italy, by master Giovanni Piffero.

Monte San Savino

Mile 54

Why Stop
One of Tuscany's oldest towns, it's topped by an 800-year-old stone castle; one of its many churches dates to the 12th century.

Where to Have Lunch
In cooler months, the stewed wild boar from L'Asinello outside of town is the Tuscan comfort dish you want to eat.

Insider Tip
Venture into the Misericordia church to see the 500-year-old wooden organ, one of the oldest in Italy, by master Giovanni Piffero.

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