Azienda Agricola Torre Alberghieri
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Azienda Agricola Torre Alberghieri
TripAdvisor Reviews Azienda Agricola Torre Alberghieri Greve
Travel Blogs from Greve
... him back, because I think I can be a worse drunk. Hee hee. But dinner was grand and I definitely recommend something like this.
Home at last , Stefano decided to go for another moonlit walk. Arrrrrrrg he wouldn't stay home, so I thought bugger you , go off and wake up castle or get squished on the blind corner roads.
I stayed home and waited for a thud sound, but it didn't happen.
He returned home a bit hazy wondering why he was outside, silly ...
A restaurant inside the walls of Montefioralle run by mother and son. We had booked earlier in the year too. Trundle up the stone path, past geraniums and hydrangeas of every colour, mangy cats, and found it. Through an archway, a bit dark and scary then it opened up onto a beautiful balcony which over looked Tuscany, but of course. These villages are so steep, the view never ceases to amaze me. We use to order dishes to share, but ...
... an upgrade to this monster. Whilst it was large it was amazingly great on diesel, we literally used 1/2 a tank. You can imagine people's faces as we rocked up in this massive family wagon!! It was sad to say goodbye to our wheels. We then took the shuttle bus to the city of Florence. We checked in to the hotel and went straight out to explore the city. As we expected Florence is full of tourists. We spent the rest of the day just wandering around all the districts and taking it ...
... handled. Our hotel gets the job done - a good solid bed and a bathroom with a tiny shower similar to those we encountered in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. It includes breakfast so that is a good thing.
After leaving our luggage at the hotel, we immediately walked around the center of Florence with our trip director, Rebecca. As we headed out of the hotel, it is hard to miss the Duomo - a huge cathedral that features green, pink and cream marble ...
... stop at one point. He said no then told us very nicely where the Greve stop was. Only it was in Italian. The lady said she was stopping in Greve. There were three stops in Greve, and had we not known which one to get off at, we would still be walking to Greve rather than writing this blog. We actually found an American close to the bus stop who directed us toward the main square in Greve, where our apartment was.
As we were crawling across ...
Other places to stay in Greve
Piazza G. Matteotti 86, Greve | 3 star hotelfrom $121
Via San Cresci 31 - 32, Greve | Hotelfrom $307
- Beautiful Boutique Hotel in heart of Chianti Countryside
- The Tuscan Dream!
- Amazing setting for honeymooners
Via Vicchiomaggio, 4, Greve | Hotelfrom $136
Loc. Passo dei Pecorai 68 / 70, Greve | 2 star hotelfrom $67
Via di Lamole, Greve | Hotelfrom $118
via Case Sparse, 24, Greve | Hotelfrom $89
via di Petriolo, 55-56, Greve | Hotelfrom $104
Via Lando Conti 18, Greve | 3 star hotelfrom $124
Piazza G. Matteotti 28, Greve | 3 star hotelfrom $145
Via Vittorio Veneto, 82, Greve | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Via Poggio ai Mandorli, 43, Greve | Hotelfrom $138