Antica Locanda

Address: Corso Il Rossellino 72, Pienza, Tuscany, 53026, Italy | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Corso Il Rossellino 72, Pienza, is near Centro Storico and Museo Diocesano.
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        Travel Blogs from Pienza

        And they're off......

        A travel blog entry by domergio on Nov 09, 2015

        4 comments, 14 photos

        ... Duomo (remember that it is the Cathedral Church) is Santa Maria Assunta. Also built in the 1300's the church like many others has an impressive interior. The styles in this church includes Romanesque, Byzantine, Gothic, Baroque. It is overwhelming to be in this church and my photos do not do it justice. One of the things that made this church different was that the flooring contains 56 etched and inlaid marble panels. It is covered with carpeting for most of the year and is ...

        Back through Tuscany

        A travel blog entry by suemacd on Nov 01, 2015

        36 photos

        Having said a sad farewell to Jules, Mark and Erin, we left the Amalfi and Sorrento coast and headed back up through Italy to spend a couple of nights in Tuscany in an old Villa hotel called Casa Volpi, en route to the Dolomites. The weather has been kind to us again and we had a nice day exploring Arezzo town, on our only full day here before heading north into the ...

        Pienza&Piegaro(Formaggio e Castagna!!)

        A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Oct 13, 2015

        1 comment, 44 photos

        ... the glass industry in Piegaro grew and, by the 15th century, there were a number of small glass studios within the walls of the town. As the town’s fame and popularity increased they saw the creation of a large industrial sized factory, that today is the Museo del Vetro, Glass Museum. Here mechanised presses and ovens were built to produce bottles, goblets and flasks on an industrial scale. Here you can see the demijohn and ...

        Thermals? and Cheese

        A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Sep 05, 2014

        6 photos

        ... assessment form provided to each person tasting. There would have been at least 100 people tasting. I have to say it was very humorous watching my mans facial expressions during this process. Clearly some were not any where near as enjoyable as others!
        Next stop, gelati for Wendy and then a walk around town before going home for a while before dinner. A quieter day, well earned I think!
        NB Having enjoyed the thermals of New Zealand the bar has been set rather high!


        The Town a Pope Built

        A travel blog entry by raymond52 on Oct 11, 2013

        5 photos

        ... cheese, prosciutto, and bread never tasted better!

        The next day, we hike across a small creek and begin the long and breath-taking climb up the hill toward Montepulciano. For the first time all of us have to take periodic breaks because of the climb. Finally we see a wide place in the road with a ditch deep enough that we can sit and enjoy our meal. That cheese, prosciutto, and bread never tasted better!