Centro Congressi San Luca

Address: Strada Statale 18 km 76.5, Battipaglia, Campania, 84091, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Strada Statale 18 km 76.5, Battipaglia.
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    Travel Blogs from Battipaglia

    "You can't walk to there!"

    A travel blog entry by zinnojan112 on Feb 28, 2015

    18 photos

    ... where we could catch a bus. We figured she must know what she was talking about since she lives here, so we decided against climbing up there. Once we were back at sea level, we chose to walk along the port area to a beach on the north side of town. Our original goal was to walk to the next town, Vietri sul Mare. The port is amazing with cruise ships, sailing vessels, pleasure crafts ...

    "Ouch, my calves!" OR "Pompeii and Positano"

    A travel blog entry by the-kents on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Our second day in Positano actually started with a trip back through Serano to the ancient city of Pompeii. Before we went I tried to explain it to Jason, but found it very hard to describe, only coming up with it is kind of like if the top half of Florence had been removed, as well as the non-stone or brick portions within homes and shops, and what is left are the ruins. Hopefully the pictures will do a better job of conveying what we ...

    Capri and the blue grotto

    A travel blog entry by barbarapenson on May 10, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Quite pretty but I wonder if it is worth the fuss. We have been very lucky with fabulous weather and with a great local guide, just avoiding a large boat filled with Japanese tourists who are apparently mad about the grotto. Ditto I am told that other groups have had to wait up to two and a half hours to get into the row boats. Up ...

    City and Wine Dark Sea in Symmetry

    A travel blog entry by toddcullen on Oct 11, 2013

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... so literally no other religions exists. In the 60's it turned into a Bohemian town where a lot of writers and artists came in. The most famous of those is John Steinbeck who wrote Of Mice and Men. There isn't a bad view in the town, so it's not surprising many writers came here to get inspired. It rained the whole tour, but it gave us something fun to do with the rainy day instead of sit inside. We also met Vincenzo, her husband, who is a Sommelier ...

    A day to just enjoy

    A travel blog entry by jamurphy on Jul 21, 2013

    5 photos

    Today, our last in Positano was a day to just enjoy. Christine and I went to Mass, didn't understand much other than amen!! Then we just ate, shopped,walked and read. It was also a day to reflect and thank Paul so much for organising such a beautiful place to celebrate my ...