Castello Torre In Pietra

Address: Piazza Torrimpietra 2, Torrimpietra, Lazio, 00050, Italy | Hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Location

This hotel, located in the Fiumicino Airport area of Torrimpietra, is near Singita.
Map this hotel
 

TripAdvisor Reviews Castello Torre In Pietra Torrimpietra

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Torrimpietra

Rome

A travel blog entry by anastasiasavvas on Sep 19, 2014

... was there so we asked people but they didn't know. Dad thought it was in the park so we went up steep ramps and many steps to the top but it away there. Instead we found a nice view of the city and the park was really pretty. We sat there for a bit and we took photos of Eleni and I blowing flowers into the air. We walked down everything again the steep steps and ramps, then down the other set of stairs where the first sign was and ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl on Jun 08, 2014

5 photos

... on to the Trevi Fountain to find it surrounded by a high metal fence. Restoration work is starting next week and the fence will be up for 2 years. It is still visible, you just can't go right up to it or throw your money in - in fact, the money already wished upon has been removed. The fountain is very BIG, just like a lot of things in Rome. We walked back to the area that was the Hippodrome, Piazza Navone. Here, in ancient times, the Romans had their chariot races. It was ...

Italy

A travel blog entry by vgfamily on Jun 01, 2013

16 photos

... points for us were the exhibits of Roman and Egyptian artifacts, the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo's Pieta. In order to reach the Sistine Chapel we had to wade through many many halls packed with hundreds of other tourists. Luckily, we managed to slip in with a tour group and take a short cut to the chapel, missing the last few uninteresting exhibits. The Chapel was beautiful. It is a marvel how Michelangelo painted with such accurate ...

Ancient Roads and Bones

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Oct 14, 2012

42 photos

... or become silent. When he returned to proclaim the righteousness of his faith, he was captured and beheaded. There is a marble piece in the church do the Saint and we have seen his likeness in paintings and sculptures throughout our travels.
From the church we walk past a temple of Romulus, Emporer Maxentius's son who died young. The complex also included the Circus of Maxentius which once held 10,000 spectators. The obelisk in the famous Piazza Navona in Rome once ...

Don't sit on Vatican floors

A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on Jun 20, 2012

66 photos

... Last time we were in the Vatican, after hours winding our way in the heat through the Vatican Museum and finally arriving at the Sistine Chapel, I paused briefly to sit on a step (hover really) so that I could properly admire the ceiling (the reason we were all there, no?). I can't remember if there was a whistle involved but I was somehow shrilly alerted to the fact that sitting was proibito. So you would think I had learned my lesson. But Andy wanted ...