Relais Badia Di Campoleone

Address: Castelluccio 38, Arezzo, Tuscany, 52010, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Castelluccio 38, Arezzo, is near Church of San Francesco Arezzo, Duomo Arezzo, San Domenico Church, and Casa di Vasari (Vasari's House).
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    Travel Blogs from Arezzo

    Roaming around Rome

    A travel blog entry by pdormer on Jul 07, 2015

    1 photo

    ... dome above looked so gigantic and impressive. So many huge statues and altars! I couldn't help but think that everything there actually distracted people from true worship and relationship with God. It seemed somewhat impersonal and focused attention on the statues, ritual and grandeur of man rather than God. We waited in line to descend below to where the tombs of previous popes were laid. Then we headed outside to witness the changing of the Swiss Guard. Right place, ...

    No plan, just stumbling along in Florence.

    A travel blog entry by everso on May 21, 2013

    36 photos

    ... and mapping tools, we also got to see Galileo's middle finger, removed from his body before it was buried. For our last night in Florence, we decided to stumble into shops, found a pizzeria to eat at, and find a cannoli for Jared to try. He did NOT like it, as I had warned him. We also found a woodworking shop where we found out that the story of pinnochio was written by a man who lived in Florence! Overall, we enjoyed all that the city had to offer, and we left with smiles ...


    A travel blog entry by chris.walton on Jul 10, 2012

    12 photos

    ... riding" your bike -- it's more like surviving! Omar is lovely, but tends to talk a bit too much at each locale. It's informative, but the city is so noisy due to all of the previously mentioned, it's sometimes hard to hear him and we tend to drift off. The sights are lovely though: the Duomo, the Baptistry, riding across the Arno, a visit to a lovely church called Santo Spirito and a walk ...

    Tuesday 16th – Siena - Il Palio Day –

    A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 16, 2011

    10 photos

    ... street when fairly quiet and the lady in front of me, looked behind us and started running.... we looked behind and about 250 angry men were chasing up the street! We legged it, heels clopping we took refuge down one of the side streets and watched theses men storm pass! We have never witnessed anything like it! After they passed we decided to get out of Siena and have dinner at the restaurant in the campsite. We arrived at the bus stop and we stood on ...

    Ahh Tuscany...

    A travel blog entry by tania3 on Sep 19, 2010

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... guide book and had a pretty good idea about where I wanted to go and in what order. But from the moment I got on the train in Arezzo I felt overwhelmed.

    We missed the express train by seconds, so arrived at the Santa Maria Novella station later than planned. Instead of starting the day with a liesurely coffee we hopped into a taxi and headed straight to the Academy, where I had reserved tickets to see 'David' and the other masterpieces. 'David' was as ...