Castel Pietraio

Strada di Strove 33, Monteriggioni, Tuscany, 53035 , Italy | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Monteriggioni

    Bolsena, Certaldo, and on to Montereggioni.

    A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 19, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... medieval happening here! It is now 24 hours later. I did consider rewriting this blog entry on Certaldo,.. but thought,.. no, that was our view after Wednesday,.. so, how do we feel a day later? Thursday we took it easy and didn't venture into town till round 5.00pm. This was still far too early as things weren't to get going till around 7.00pm (we found out). We decided to go up to the Old Town via the funicular around 6.30pm and went to buy the tickets. We were asked if we had ...

    The final countdown!

    A travel blog entry by amoreitaly on Sep 11, 2013

    7 photos

    ... to re-visit the gorgeous swimming pool in Cortona perched high on the hill...but alas I get to Cortona and the complex is clearly shut for the season, as the umbrellas are packed away and all the furniture is gone, only 3 days after summer has officially finished, and despite the fact it's 32 degrees! The gate is open and I walk in to have a look round, and if the pool hadn't been the most luminous fluorescent green I've ever seen, I ...

    Roma, now Firenze

    A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Jul 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... one last time and on the highway to Firenze (Florence). We will be seeing the statue of David here - another Michealangelo masterpiece. So far it's been sunny but with fog building up. Unfortunately, the views are hidden a bit. I did get a good photo of Orte, a typical hilltop walled village. We had a 'services' stop and got some snacks, then on to Firenze. The next stop was at the Piazza Michealangelo which has a wonderful view over the city of Firenze. Unfortunately it must ...

    Atop the Tuscan Hills

    A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Sep 06, 2012

    4 photos

    ... the top of the bell tower (halfway through the trip and I feel like we've climbed so many monuments already). It was definitely worth it though; our guidebook said it was some of the best views of the country and we agree. Beyond the sprawling city, the Tuscan hills are just so beautiful. I can see why so many people dream of spending time here. The other must-see sight in Siena is its cathedral; we toured both it and its accompanying museum. Although the ...

    Party town.

    A travel blog entry by meganmacnab on Oct 21, 2011

    ... He was hilarious, he kept running through town square pretending to be superman, with most tourist and locals thinking he was a performing act. He had a local guide, because in Italy only Italians are allowed to guide, take us for a walking tour. The tour was very interesting, i think from a art and historyerspective, Florance is under rated. We had a delicious lunch in the square, did some shopping, i misjudged the weather in Florance, ...