Hotel Il Cigno

Address: Strada Prov.le no. 65 della Futa, Covigliaio, Tuscany, 50033, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Strada Prov.le no. 65 della Futa, Covigliaio.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Il Cigno Covigliaio

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Travel Blogs from Covigliaio

A 'round-about' Italy

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Nov 02, 2014

3 comments, 82 photos

... a cute farm house to stay along side a couple that's family owned the land. It was a cute spot with no noise and only farms for as far as the eye could see. After settling in we got back into the car and drove into Sienna, only 20 minutes from where we were staying. Sienna was a very fortified city and made us feel a bit trapped inside its walls. Like the other cities we had visited it had the local shops, enotecas and of course the main cathedral, but this time ...

Day 4: Venice

A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 16, 2014

28 photos

... sure we understood the history of how Venice got to be. A fascinating story, that many people who visit Venice never take the time to understand! Barbarians had invaded the mainland where Venetians used to live, so to protect their families they moved to the island known as Venice today. This was a ************* because they knew they were moving to a place with no resources, surrounded by water plagued with various deadly diseases. When moving to the island the social pyramid of ...

A Day of Galleries

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 30, 2014

5 photos

... were suppose to be unfinished. It looks as the the slaves were trying escape from the stone base and freeing themselves from the life they had been given. You could see where he used the different types of tools to chip away the marble, where he had used smaller tools to shape the piece and where he had smoothed the marble to appear like skin. If you looked at the pieces from behind they just looked just big chunks of stone and it was incredible to ...

Florence, Italy

A travel blog entry by dseals on Sep 30, 2013

1 comment, 56 photos

... colors of marble which makes it unique. The bell tower is a stand alone tower and should you like you can climb to the top. We also saw the old Baptismal building, which was mandatory in years past to be baptized in. Today it is a museum. We walked to the Piazza Della Signoria, which is Florence's ancient square. It is beautiful with all the sculptures but here is where ...

Most painful day (so far)

A travel blog entry by katstevenson on Jul 12, 2013

... it just kept happening so spontaneously. When Zoe said 'This is so easy!' My only thought was 'I've created a monster'. I did decided to get some of my own. The Italians were all too easy to hook. So instead I essentially pointed at one that I wanted. Sadly he was a terrible dancer so I ditched that. I think I can proudly say I had the best looking Italian and he had beautiful sideburns. I was glad that we were going to be leaving Italy the next ...