Torre Dell'Arte

Address: 85 Via Aurelia Sud , Viareggio, Tuscany, 55048, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on 85 Via Aurelia Sud , Viareggio, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School, Acqua Verde, and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Viareggio

    Il Viaggio a Viareggio

    A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Sep 14, 2013

    13 photos

    ... day, and also one of the lifeguards got a little annoyed with me when I dove under (the water was still only hip-deep!) but we enjoyed ourselves terribly. I saw a couple jellyfish! They were white and semi-transparent like plastic bags but with a dark purple trim. All our fun in the sun tired us out a lot, and most of us dozed off at one point or another on the train back home. We made it home in time for dinner.
    Unrelated: today Meg and I went to the ...

    Leaning into it

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Feb 19, 2013

    4 comments, 20 photos

    ... my words were a little evasive).

    We went for a stroll around the rest of the Duomo Piazza (Cathedral Square) more commonly known as the Piazza dei Miracoli (Square of Miracles) to take in the magnificence of the lesser celebrated buildings - the Cathedral, the Baptistry and the Campo Santo all apparently in a state of repair. Although it was all so familiar, the scene was so very different to my last visit in the height of a carefree summer. I smiled at ...

    A Town Within the Ramparts

    A travel blog entry by juliecklein on May 08, 2012

    12 photos

    ... out that our room was up another 5 steep flights of steps.

    After a brief rest, we walked around to find some food (a small grocery store and a restaurant for dinner). The restaurants did not excite us so we wandered back to the center of town, where we found an interesting feature of the towns - a flat piazza created basically to allow the kids to have a play area. Here we met a family from Australia (grand parents, parents and 2 children) who had been on ...

    A Lobster's Tale

    A travel blog entry by silverlobster on Sep 03, 2011

    ... What a difference a couple of hours makes. Steve has booked a table at a local family run fish restaurant which is a five minute walk away. I am disturbed by the menu. I don't really do seafood. I can't eat crab, due to a troubling experience as a youth, and I'm not a big fan of chewing on calamari, or anything else with the texture of rubber. I ask Giovanni, our waiter, for some help. Sea bass is the boiled fish on the starter menu. Excellent. Thats that ...

    Something Looks Crooked

    A travel blog entry by addicted2travel on Aug 07, 2011

    18 photos

    ... the center of the city. There’s a nice biking and walking path with trees on top of it (made into a nice place by Napoleon’s widow with her feminine touch), and we were hoping to bike around it, but by the time we got to the bike shop, it had already closed and the sun was setting. But to get to the bike shop, we had walked across a good portion of the city, and decided it was definitely an adorable city. Narrow streets opening ...