Canto Alla Porta Vecchia

Address: Curtatone e Montanara, 2, Pistoia, Tuscany, 51100, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Curtatone e Montanara, 2, Pistoia, is near Cathedral of St. Zeno (Cattedrale Di San Zeno), Baptistery, San Giovanni Fuoricivitas, and Museo San Zeno.
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    Travel Blogs from Pistoia

    Truffles, Towers and goodbye to Pistoia town.

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Sep 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... today! The market was also on and so it was a great visit. Tony & Jane looked at all the sights and I wandered around the markets quite a bit. In the end we decided to have lunch at home today. This was a nice munchy lunch. We will miss these. Relaxing with the views and having our Italian Flag photos was good. This afternoon we took Jane to the Podere Mona Verde, Le Grazie and Pitecco - town with viaduct down the hill. Tonight we are cooking at home. ...

    Pistoia and Broke

    A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on May 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... in to the stone walls, have dates as far back as 1384.

    Pistoia is also home to a Palio every July, similar to the more famous one in Siena although with a slightly different theme. Whilst Siena is a race around the central piazza, or campo as they call it, Pistoia's celebrates a jousting festival that ran for centuries before eventually being cancelled and then revived again.The Giostra dell Orsa, or The Joust of The Bear, involves all the quarters of the ...

    Manarola to Florence…and never book a 2-star

    A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 08, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... since I booked so early). Nice big seats but no luggage area besides the overhead shelf. There was no way Mel was capable of lifting her suitcase so I had to hoist both up (don't tell my physiotherapist). The ride was about an hour and there was some nice scenery as the mountains started getting larger.

    We had to change trains again in Pisa with a half hour wait in between. No time for the leaning tower, we’ll be ...

    Florence: Lucky for Some.

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 07, 2014

    23 photos

    ... about this city. Some had said it's Europe's finest, while others thought it was a dirty, smelly and touristy hole. I was keen to know which way I would lean in the end, but for now on the surface it seemed entrancing. Unlike Milan where I had just come from, Florence was picturesque down every corner I turned, and conformed to my idea of Italy and it's food, buildings and lifestyle. I could walk everywhere here without travelling a thousand miles a day on foot, and within ...

    Day 10 – More Renaissance Art

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 05, 2013

    29 photos

    ... must have been where the Medici lived! They were awesome rooms. In some cases, they were better than the art they contained. The Medici knew how to collect art! The signs out front said you could take pictures without a flash. However, in every museum, the guards would always tell me not to take a picture. I obeyed most of the time.

    Kim wanted to do some shoe shopping and I wanted to do some touring. I gave her 50 euros and let her take her credit card. This will ...