San Lino

Via San Lino 26, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via San Lino 26, Volterra, is near Teatro Romano (Roman Theater & Baths), Baptistery, Pinacoteca e Museo Civico, and Church of San Francesco Volterra.
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    Travel Blogs from Volterra

    3000 years of struggling

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... built in the 13th century. The dome was added later in the 15th century. According to tradition, it followed the design of Brunelleschi who may have supervised some of the construction.

    The Palazzo dei Priori was built between 1208 and 1257 by Riccardo da Comoa and is the current City Hall. It is the oldest palazzo in all of Tuscany, even older than Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. As with all medieval buildings, it has been ...

    In Search of High Places

    A travel blog entry by indianajill on Sep 24, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    Yesterday was a quiet day, we went back to San Gimignano and explored every inch of it, finally found a grocery store and stocked up for the week, did laundry and got it hung outside and sat outside on our patio for as long as we could. I am sure I would never tire of this view and we had the loveliest of sunsets which we toasted with limoncello.

    Today we are off to Volterra, a city encircled by walls over 2000 years old, complete with a grand fortress and ...

    Long days, Sore feet

    A travel blog entry by tuscany2012 on Sep 05, 2012

    10 comments, 14 photos

    ... Medici Palace.

    Then we got to see David for real. Michael Angelo's David was a powerful and moving site. And yes, we get to see David everywhere. Yes, Sheila his hands are very large. The rule is no photos but we snuck some in in spite of the picture Nazi who yelled: "No pictures!!!!", in a Polish accent. And then there is the internet Nazi here at the Internet Cafe who gives us the evil eye no matter what we do (laugh, talk, ...

    A Tortuous Day!

    A travel blog entry by rjbitcheno on May 21, 2012

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... safely at our destination - although it is a hilltop town and today is shrouded in a cold wet mist which resembles somewhere in Scotland. But this deception lasts only for a few seconds as we stroll into the heart of this 2,500 year old Etruscan city with its gates and walls made of enormous volcanic blocks, predating the still mostly standing Roman amphitheatre by around 500 years. One of its claims to fame is its working of alabaster which has been ...

    I'm not sure if its 'already?' or 'finally!'

    A travel blog entry by senket on Sep 27, 2011

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... just one room.

    One room filled with bones of ancient animals, including a Mammoth, a horse ancestor barely bigger than my cat, a two-horned rhino ancestor's skull, and a relative of the ostridge and emu that was so big mom only came up to its hips.

    One room that was enough to reawaken my desire to be an archeologist. (Not that being around hidden bits of ancient Rome has been helping much with ...