Hotel Dei Duchi

Address: Viale G. Matteotti, 4, Spoleto, Umbria, 06049, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Viale G. Matteotti, 4, Spoleto, is near The Tower's Bridge (Ponte delle Torri), Piazza del Duomo, Teatro Romano, and Arco DI Druso.
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      Travel Blogs from Spoleto

      Spoleto is full of archeological interest

      A travel blog entry by filiaduo on Sep 11, 2014

      4 comments, 6 photos

      At least to my humble viewpoint it is. A town where people just appear ! Numerous steep cobbled alleyways, lots of churches, great hillside views. It's clean and so spacious - a town located at the head of a valley, with height and historically quite strategic. It's a walled city (remnant) but you can't walk them as you can in Xian an ancient …

      Tuscany?

      A travel blog entry by highama on Apr 08, 2015

      12 photos

      ... an Ikea-like route through the town, when all of a sudden we were all stunned by the sight in front of us. Visible through the crack of the windy road was a massive, exceptionally colorful cathedral. Kristi likened it to seeing the Treasury in Petra for the first time. As we came into the square in front of the cathedral, we came to see just how enormous the fašade of the church was. We all knew that we immediately needed to park and check this out, and ...

      Easter Weekend in Spoleto (April 3-5)

      A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Apr 05, 2015

      17 photos

      ... as a strong fever. He rallied enough for us to take a walk and finally check out the inside of the Duomo. While we had passed through the square many times, we had not ventured inside. While decorated with many frescoes it was not an overly ornate cathedral. What was perhaps most intriguing were the numbered squares in the floor which were obviously used at one point, as subterranean crypts. While the rings are now removed, you could still make out ...

      A visit with St. Francis

      A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Mar 31, 2015

      9 photos

      ... a ministry based on peace, simplicity and kindness.

      So, when St. Francis died in 1226, he asked his followers to refrain from building ornate, excessive monuments to his memory. This request was clearly ignored, and the city has a vast number of churches, statues, monuments all commemorating the life and work of St. Francis. Based on the number of tourist groups and cheesy souvenirs shops, the veneration of St. Francis ...

      Beautiful Assisi

      A travel blog entry by newtoa on Mar 31, 2015

      8 photos

      ... After finding our Bed and Breakfast at the top of the hill, we began walking down the hill enjoying the sites as we ambled by. From the Piazza Matteotti we walked to the Roman Amphitheater, the stones of which have long been absorbed into the medieval architecture. The view from town to the valley below is called "The Green Heart of Italy" and it's beauty is simply beyond description! We visited ...