B&B Antica Toscana

Address: Via Eugenio III no 5, Calci, Tuscany, 56011, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Via Eugenio III no 5, Calci, is near Piaggio Museum (Museo Piaggio) and Guarnacci Museum (Museo Guarnacci).
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    Travel Blogs from Calci

    Lazy Day at the Pool and the Leaning Tower

    A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jul 06, 2015

    12 photos

    ... a creek next to the hotel that several students decided to visit. There was also another P2P delegation that arrived there that night, so many of our students socialized with some of those students before bed check time. We had a bit of a scare when one of our students suffered from heat exhaustion and needed to be taken to the hospital to be treated, but thankfully she (with Arlene) was back by ...

    Day 12 Sunday, May 24 2015 Cinque Terra

    A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on May 24, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... up the mountains. "Were" is the word that is significant – they are now known as the Italian Riviera and attract tens of thousands of tourists every day throughout the season (May – September). An important element of the towns is a hiking trail that connects all the towns (run by the Italian national park system). Now, it is critical to understand that these hiking trails run UP the mountains, and hikers are warned that ...

    Local train to Monterosa

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 21, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... had skipped breakfast we may not be the best judges.

    Monterosso is the largest of the Cinque Terre villages and may be the most popular with tourists. Much of the village is flat and it looks like it may be the most prosperous.

    We hopped on the train and took the short ride to Vernazza. This town is similar to Riomaggiore in that it is built on steep slopes that emerge out of the sea. Every foot step is either uphill or downhill. This village was also ...

    The Cinque Terre :)

    A travel blog entry by europe50 on Apr 17, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... I wandered around Manarola and went down to the water. Then I went home and had a cuppa on the balcony :). I ventured out about 7.30pm for an appertivo where I spoke to a couple from Canberra who were on their honeymoon. The Cinque Terre is certainly a lovely place to honeymoon! I then had Prosecco with my ravioli ragu and chatted with a Melbourne woman before wandering back home. Ahh, it was a lovely day ...

    5 Towns in about 5 hours

    A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Aug 06, 2013

    29 photos

    After Rimini, I trained it to Cinque Terre (with a brief stop in Bologna). Cinque Terre is a collection of 5 small towns along the Italian coastline. Unfortunately due to my need to move quickly to meet up with my mate Ash, I only got to spend half a day in Cinque Terre. I checked out Monterosso and Manorola. Monterosso seemed like a nice little town with a reasonable beach, but Manorola was far more ...