Hotel Le Mura

Address: Via Borgo Farinario 24/26, Citta di Castello, Umbria, 06012, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Borgo Farinario 24/26, Citta di Castello.
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        Travel Blogs from Citta di Castello

        1634. The Abandoned Villages

        A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

        32 photos

        ... not markings telling which is the right way. I make another wrong turn... Finally the path turns into a dirt road as it climbs high up the the hillside... then... ah... a house! I have reconnected with civilization. I wonder what life must be like up here in these mountains. I pass a farm with some dairy cattle, then another--but mostly the countryside is wild. I notice a number of abandoned houses along the way, as well as orchards that have been allowed to ...

        Duvet forts

        A travel blog entry by oclc on Feb 11, 2013

        2 photos

        ... tell the story because Maelys and I aren't very good. I'm not upset because I don't enjoy it all that much, but it's a little insulting. Metta enjoys my stories and surely that's all that matters. I'm a bit gutted because tomorrow I was going to bring out the mother of all stories. It was going to be about flying pirate princes who could spin spider webs, defeat evil people with their venomous x-ray eyes and who also, as a passtime, knitted ...

        A trip to Arezzo

        A travel blog entry by rickandwill on Sep 03, 2011

        16 photos

        No blog yesterday as we did not do anything much except drive to Tuscany , find a camping ground and relaxed. We left the campsite near Venice early as we were not too keen on the camp site itself so got out of there asap. Took the toll road to here. Very very busy on this road but the scenery was special in certain areas.
        Arrived at our site nice and early, got ourselves organised and relaxed. It is a lovely camp site and as it ...

        First day in Umbria: Città di Castello

        A travel blog entry by hilde on Aug 10, 2011

        1 comment, 20 photos

        ... is the town's "centre of centre". Based around it there are many beautiful Palaces such as Palazzo del Podestà (neo-classical facade), Palazzo Bondi-Mancini , Palazzo Vitelli-Bufalini , Palazzo Cappelletti (late Renaissance), and Palazzo Bufalini.

        Palazzo del Podestà, originally built in the Gothic style, now has a front along the Corso Cavour that was remodeled in the Baroque style in the 17th Century.
        The neo-classic side of ...

        Under the Tuscan Sun

        A travel blog entry by serenajoe on Sep 28, 2008

        18 photos

        ... because there were just far too many yummy flavours to choose from! Then we headed off to the Basilica San Francesco - two churches built one on top of the other dating from 1228-1253, with the most wonderful frescoes.  We then walked through a maze of narrow little streets, working our way uphill to the town’s highest point, La Rocca Maggiore (yes I know, I’m getting plenty of exercise during this holiday!). Rocca Maggiore is a medieval fortress, 505 metres above sea ...