Hotel Hermitage

Address: Via Ginepraia, 112, Poggio a Caiano, Province of Prato, Tuscany, 59016, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Ginepraia, 112, Poggio a Caiano, is near Villa Medicea di Poggio a Caiano, Villa Medicea Ambra, In Tavola, and Le Pavoniere.
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Travel Blogs from Poggio a Caiano

Day trip to Pisa (another day another cathedral)

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 07, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

We almost regretted deciding to take the early train to Pisa when our alarm went off at 6am, but we were so pleased we did! Because it was so early it was an express train so only 49mins to get to Pisa. When we arrived we were still half asleep but we managed to find a city map and work out our route to the leaning tower, the cathedral, the baptistry & the Camposanto. We were glad we went early because we avoided a lot of the crowds, for ...

Sienna & San Gimignano

A travel blog entry by mandyjak on Jul 08, 2014

8 photos

... San Gimignano sits high on a hill, about half an hour drive from Sienna. The countryside is dotted with villas and farm houses. This is a medieval town and 80% of the original buildings are still standing. It is famous for its towers - there used to be 72 towers in the town but now only 13 remain. The towers in medieval times were built by families to represent how rich they were - the richer they were, the higher tower they built! The only organised part of ...

Birthplace of the Renaissance

A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Dec 11, 2013

13 photos

... 13Up early and raring to go I made a beeline for the Capella San Lorenzo, where I spent almost an hour wandering around, engrossed in the fascinating audio tour that came free with the entrance ticket. Among the artworks in this old church, seen by the Medici family as their family’s church, were painted reliefs by Raphael (?), a pair of carved pulpits worked on but left incomplete by Raphael (?) and a beautiful bronze gate by *** at the entrance to one of ...


A travel blog entry by uncle_davros on Sep 09, 2013

309 photos

... and as we had never seen it, I had pre-booked tickets for us all but as we weren't entering until 12:15, Brenda suggested visiting the Bargello museum. There are various bits of works including a David who was meant to have been modeled by a young Michelangelo, but it was very effeminate looking !!!

Then it was time for the Uffizi

There were works of arts by many famous Italian artists, but they were all a bit to religious for ...


A travel blog entry by megandjenny on Jun 24, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

... whilst I napped in the square and in the sun. Jen and J both took some beautiful pictures and said it was a stunning walk. Afterwards, we went for lunch and Jen ordered some wild boar and pappardelle which was yum! I had a calzone and J ordered a squid salad which was surprisingly delicious. They both definitely put my dish to shame! On Saturday evening we decided to go ...