Borgo di Vagli

Address: Localita Vagli, Mercatale di Cortona, Province of Arezzo, Tuscany, 52040, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Localita Vagli, Mercatale di Cortona, is near Il Prato and Azienda Agricola Giacomo Marengo.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Borgo di Vagli Mercatale di Cortona

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Mercatale di Cortona

Venice to Toscana

A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Sep 19, 2015

2 comments, 24 photos

... We climbed a few flights of stairs to get to street level, me doing the bag carrying and Connie providing moral support. Once I sorted out which rental agency we had pre-booked with, we had the car in a short while later. They didn’t have the Fiat 500L that we had booked so they gave us a free upgrade to an Alfa Romeo Guilletta that turned out to be a very nice little car with a gutsy 2 liter diesel and a 6 speed. While we waited for the car ...

A bit weirdo

A travel blog entry by taniap on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

A loud thunderstorm woke me today. It has been going all night and I quite like it. This morning we need to do a lot of travel planning and booking for the weeks ahead so spend a few hours on our devices. Hotels, car hire and flights were now booked for a week in France and then Sicily. We had booked a cooking lesson in Greve for the afternoon, La Cantina, so were both looking forward to it. We had scoped the place out the night before and it looked ...

Teaching foreigners bad words is a universal love

A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jun 03, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... man, Domenico, has the most nasally voice I've ever heard, and he chewed on sticks the entire day and drew designs in the dirt with rocks. The woman (named Michella), Claudio's wife, just sat and listened to Claudio fill my head with Italian nonsense and would interject here and there with a firm, "CLAUDIO!" whenever he got too inappropriate.

Claudio spend the majority of the day teaching me all of the bad words and phrases that he knew in ...


A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 02, 2013

Even after a month, the Euro still feels like Monopoly money, which makes spending cash much easier than at home! In a way, I suppose that's a good thing, because we've had to use cash a lot more than we do at home. We knew we would have to have cash on us at all times, and were prepared for smaller places, especially in smaller cities to not accept cards. But, even in big cities there have been plenty of places, including museums & other attractions, ...


A travel blog entry by weinstein on Aug 14, 2012

9 photos

... the bread which was pizza bread instead of the dry white bread we were trying to get accustomed to.  We made it to Avis at 7:05 and the store was closed.  I wasn't going to panic yet.  We calmly removed our bags as I processed our options.  Suddenly the attendant who rented us the car a week ago pulled up in his car.  How lucky is that!  He took our keys and wished us well.  Now we're stuck with local transportation! ...