How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
Photos of Hotel Etruria
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Etruria Volterra
Travel Blogs from Volterra
... certainly look like tourists, but perhaps they are locals here to visit their relatives. I wonder why they have a prison in the middle of a tourist town. I also begin to wonder whether Tuscany has a crime problem. There seem to be a lot of prisons.
We finish looking around and start the long slow walk back down into the valley to the car park. We decide to take a different route back to San Gimignano. We arrive back safely. We ...
... and character, they are extremely photogenic, and this all means they get their fair share of tourists, but thankfully, not at the expense of all other considerations, ordinary day to day life continues in amongst the visitors.
Rightly proud of it’s history, Volterra was staging a medieval festival based on the year 1384, and rather than the scenario described at the top, it would not be an exaggeration to say that it seemed like the whole ...
... high on my "Favorite Pasta" list. Stephanie and Dani also surprised me with the dessert sampler and I got sung to by our waitress. By this time, I thought all the surprises were done, but I was wrong. When we got back home, I was surprised with my FAVORITE cupcakes (cookies and cream) - a surprise from my family from 5000 miles away. I also got Stephanie and Dani to sing to me! With finals starting next week, and me having to ...
... a Roman theater and climbed the steep stairway to the medieval city at the top of the hill. We passed through the arched gate in the old city wall, walked up to the Piazza del Priori, and then on to the Piazza San Giovanni. After visiting the Cathedral and its Bapistry, we strolled through the large archeological park on the outskirts of the city. The park provided lovely views of the valley below. On our way back to the car ...
What has been Mark's favourite thus far...we did a half-day tour riding classic Vespas. Classic old scooter from the 1980's. We had a test run in a narrow lane of Florence. after we four riders were deemed safe....it was a pretty light assessment...off we went. Lucky that it was Sunday with little or no traffic in the morning. Gave us a chance to hone our skills. The only downside was that, because Mark and I were both riding ...