Hotel Helvetia Thermal SPA
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Helvetia Thermal SPA Porretta Terme
Travel Blogs from Porretta Terme
Nic woke up stiff sore stuffy and sick all over. We had a lovely breakfast then walked around Signa. As a town there was not much to see. We found a little truck selling fresh fish to locals, stopped by to listen and enjoy several dramatic street conversations between neighbours and friends and avoided several dog droppings that littered the footpath. The family run restaurants were just starting ...
... at the top of a set of stairs. Each of the cells had a wonderful mural, but some of them were quite gory crucifixion paintings. Shudder. Sadly, the selfie I took of Jake and me at the cell of Savonarola did not meet his standards so I deleted it. After San Marco the search for the Il Professore ceramic continued. Although we diligently combed through three more shops, it was not to be found. I was , however, most impressed with the beautiful ceramics in he earl, and ...
... government building, they had commissioned the walls of the meeting hall to be covered by two concepts. On one wall there was the picture of the perfect city. the other side held a city in chaos. the concept was the effects of a good vs. bad government. on the third wall was a painting of the 6 good charecteristics of a good government, alongside the 9 banes to society. Peace, Fortitude, Prudence, Magnanimity, Temperance, Justice. VS. Cruelty, Deceit, Fraud, ...
... Lorenzo Market where they sell everything on the planet from squid to leather bags. So far, after a week in Italy with no particular agenda, I'm realizing that I'm guided more by vacation gods than maps. After circling I dont know how many churches and gelatto stands and umbrella hustlers, We finally found the central market with only 15 minutes left till closing time. One thing Ill say about Europeans, is that they live a much healthier lifestyle than ...
... to San Pietro in Montorio and Bramante's il Tempietto, the only structure in the complex to survive intact after WWII. Went up Gianicolo hill. Passed several monuments to the war-dead of Rome, especially those who died in the last stand of the anti-Papal revolution in 1849. Great views from Gianicolo lookout. Back down, this time to the piazza in front of St Maria in Tratevere. ...