Hotel Parco Serrone

Address: Via San Magno 34, Corato, Puglia, 70033, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via San Magno 34, Corato, is near Cattedrale di Ruvo di Puglia.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Parco Serrone Corato

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    Travel Blogs from Corato

    Exploring the Caves

    A travel blog entry by rorison1074 on Jun 08, 2015

    8 photos

    ... rock melon, grapes etc. There is a calvery that serves different meat each night, tonight was roast pork, last night it was beef, but there are many other dishes to chose from as well. There is quite a lot of Italian food as the cruise company is Italian but they also try and cater to western tastes too. There are loads of bars too and one of the waiters has taken a shine to Liv and keeps giving us loads of chips etc he's always coming and talking to us - Livs a bit ...

    Bari

    A travel blog entry by kateandmike14 on May 04, 2015

    1 comment

    ... cars. There were thousands of people lining the streets to watch the cars do laps around the city. We visited The Norman castle which dates back to the early 900s. It was amazing to see a structure almost completely in tact. Then we saw the St. Nicoli church which was one of the coolest so far. It was a medieval structure with a ceiling decorated with gold. As we were walking back, I heard a group of people chanting. Could it be a protest??? ...

    BEAUTIFUL BARI

    A travel blog entry by mek1 on May 04, 2015

    13 photos

    ... the roofs of the trulli. Alberobello refers to the oak trees that were used to make weapons. The area used to be covered in the oaks. They were “live” oaks never completely shedding their leaves.

    Walking through Alberobello, there are 1400 truly remaining. About half are still inhabited and the other half are used as stores. Most have undergone ...

    To Bari

    A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 28, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Some made with the ark! And they were going through it all right there on the train (right next to me!). Then a few stops later, more got on with more sh**. Next stop, more. OMG I held on to my bag tight. There were little kids running everywhere. Lucky I was sitting in an end seat and my phone and purse were stashed in the pockets of my pants on that side. (Thank goodness for Ric's work pants. They've been a godsend with all ...

    Bella Bari

    A travel blog entry by just_imagine on Dec 22, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... built in the 11 century, again quite a plain church for Italian standard but interesting non the least. The Vecchia Bari (old city part) consists of a maze of little quaint winding streets that seem to all interconnected. We were warned to be very careful with our possessions in this part, and don't visit it at night, but we didn't feel unsafe or concerned walking about (but we are also very conscious of ...