Albergo La Villetta

Address: Via Sobborgo Emiliano, 24, Sarzana, Italian Riviera, 19038, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Sobborgo Emiliano, 24, Sarzana, is near Castello Malaspina di Fosdinovo, Marble Caves of Carrara, and Nicola.
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      Easter Sunday in the Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by europe50 on Apr 20, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... from the cafes - mmmm :). I stayed there for an hour just soaking it all in. Then at 10.30am I went on a free tour of Manarola which was really interesting, before catching the train to Monterosso. I ambled slowly along the beaches at Monterosso eating a gelato and enjoyed watching the activity. As it was Easter Sunday and the weather was dry it was very busy.

      The coastal ...

      Monterosso, Home Base for a Cinque Terre Tour

      A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 18, 2013

      197 photos

      ... Cinque Terre hiking trails have been taken over by the national park system and there is now a fee to hike on all portions of the trail.

      Today, the best way to go to Monterosso is to take local trains from La Spezia or Genoa or Intercity trains from Milan, Rome, Turin, and Tuscany. The village is connected to the E80 highway via a narrow, steep and full of corners 20 km long road. Using the train is definitely the best option to get there. The train network reaches ...

      Manarola Visions in Tints of Green and Blue.

      A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 09, 2013

      9 photos

      ... church at the top of town this morning, quite a rise in elevation that gave us the vantage of eventually looking out at tremendous vistas. Walkways and roads built one small stone at a time, become worn after 500 or 600 years.

      Sometimes called the Italian Riviera, it has a flow of people from all over the world moving through,
      spending a few days hiking, eating or resting. The first day here we ate lunch with a couple from Oslo, wonderful ...

      Starting to Sing (finally!!!)

      A travel blog entry by marymichael84 on Aug 21, 2011

      63 photos

      ... it did work mind you but we were all in fits of laughter trying to make sense. Especially when Steve came out with ‘does anyone feel like a smoothie ?’…very funny. Anyway we had a lovely chat with the two of them and then a video chat one at a time…it is so good to be able to see them through skype while we are away. Maryce was quite over the moon that Alycia had asked her to be her ‘Maid of Honour’…like it would have been anybody ...

      Bello Italia

      A travel blog entry by brigetblock on Nov 10, 2010

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... so kind and spoke perfect English. She directed us to our destination and ensured us that there were nice cafes to relax and drop our bags while we waited for our host to get home. Once we arrived at our hosts house she proved to be the kindest woman you could even hope to meet. She gave us her room and cooked us dinner. YUMMY!!! I'm talking homemade, fresh, perfect Italian cuisine. Her preparation and meal planning appeared so effortless but it was some of the best food ...