Il Cardinale

Address: Via Padre Mariano da Torino 12, Viterbo, Lazio, 01037, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Padre Mariano da Torino 12, Viterbo, is near Via dei Condotti and Sutri Ruins.
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Travel Blogs from Viterbo

Viterbo, Montefiascone & Surrounds

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 09, 2015

3 comments, 31 photos

... and people having fun. The ambiance is great. There are performers around the corner from our door, an acrobat hading from a fabric on some wooden structure thing set up.

During our day, we meet some friendly people along the way. A lady in Viterbo gave us some tips on "getting lost" in Viterbo's maze of tiny streets recommending exploring and saying that it isn't really possible to get lost since of it being so compact. In Montifiascone, we spend a bit of ...

A visit to the Vatacin

A travel blog entry by rorison1074 on Jun 02, 2015

14 photos

... off exploring and watching the street parades while we waited and joined the crowds to see the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peters Basilica.

Once we finally got inside the Vatican museums we endured the people for an hour and then decided to cut our losses and abandon the visit, we squeezed our way thru the Sistine Chapel and then decided just to get the ...

Rome Ancient Centre

A travel blog entry by leenicho on May 04, 2015

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After brekkie, we jumped in taxis to Campo de Fiore, a lively produce and flower market, where we started our walking tour though the narrow streets and lanes (trying to avoid getting run over by crazy Italians in micro cars and on Vespas!) We visited the stunning ornate churches of St Bridget and St Barbaras, as well as Sant Andrea Della Valli. We then made our way to The Capitoline, Caesars Forum and on to the Colosseum which was AMAZING! Then on to explore the ...

A day off

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 02, 2015

1 comment

... we walked home through a lovely park called Villa Glori where there is a memorial to the 70 odd men who died pointlessly trying to take Rome in 1860., we even saw a couple of squirrels. We came home to rest up for our venture over to Abruzzo ...

When in Rome!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Feb 19, 2014

8 photos

... to meet them at the train station around three, so we gave ourselves about four or five hours to walk around the city! It was clearly not enough and we ended up rushing back towards the station in order to make it back on time! We went to our meeting point at the station, and soon saw our good friends walking towards us! We went rushing towards them and had a big group hug! It felt so good to see familiar faces! After our emotional reunion, we were all ...