Minerva Hotel

Address: Via Fiorentina 4, Arezzo, Tuscany, 52100, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via Fiorentina 4, Arezzo, is near Church of San Francesco Arezzo, Duomo Arezzo, San Domenico Church, and Casa di Vasari (Vasari's House).
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    Travel Blogs from Arezzo

    Saturday Morning Flea Market

    A travel blog entry by margot.mccomb on May 17, 2014

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    Hello once again!
    Ive been enjoying my time on the farm! Ive been here almost a week and it feels like a home away from home, already. In italy, time seems to go by differently. Days seem so long, in fact one day sometimes feels like a whole week! But not in that Im bored this day is neverending kind of way; its more like I do so much in one day by the time I go to bed at 10 pm I fall right to sleep! I actually have such ...

    Roma, plus sunshine in Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by andye10000 on Oct 01, 2011

    11 photos

    ... t help me now. The “Label Outlet” was a hoot and yes we did look like the Beverley Hillbillies as we rocked up in our tshirt and shorts- it was quite fun actually walking in with our heads high despite the staff practically asking us to leave as we were such an embarrassment.

    Positano and the Amalfi Coast has been raved by all the locals so we have high expectations so lets hope they all come to fruition. …

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    Wine country

    A travel blog entry by travelbot on Oct 03, 2010

    2 comments, 294 photos

    ... dashing into the church.

    So after we left the church we went to another hilltop town that was dating to the 8th century. A little hamlet that is the last untouched hamlet in Italy. It is amazing to think the we were walking on the cobble stones of a little village that was built 1300 years ago. This hamlet only had about 50 families living in it. Mostly retired. There was only homes and one restaurant and no stores. ...

    Back on deck in Arezzo

    A travel blog entry by corny15 on Oct 20, 2009

    3 comments, 59 photos

    ... south east of Florence and dates back to around 300BC. According to Ricardo who is the owner and an architect, this apartment is 537 years old and was restored by him several years ago.The floors are quite creaky (wouldn't you be after 500 odd years?) but the rooms are like one of the museums we have visited. High vaulted ceilings, shuttered windows and an eclectic mix of furniture, no doubt gleaned from Ricardo's antique shop (he is a man of many ...

    The joy of food...

    A travel blog entry by queson on Oct 02, 2009

    1 photo

    ... as much or as little in day-to-day life as desired. To be agritourismo all foods served are grown on the farm or sourced locally. The accommodations can be very rustic or extremely luxurious. The kitchen here is built into three rooms (two down/one up) and has every toy a cook could possibly want. First we learn how to make tomato consommé, tomato sauce and paste and tomato seasoning. In kitchen #2, we prepare the dough for Schiacciata con l'uva ...