Hotel Sole

Address: Via dei Cappuccini, 10/A, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via dei Cappuccini, 10/A, Volterra, is near Porta all'Arco, Parco Archeologico, and Balze Cliffs.
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    Travel Blogs from Volterra

    Andiamo a Volterra

    A travel blog entry by hannistrong on May 13, 2015

    41 photos

    ... This arch also holds a famous story from World War II. As the Germans retreated in the face of the Allied advance, they planned to blow up each entrance to this strategic hilltop town. During the night, the townspeople of Volterra tore up paving stones and filled the entire arch with them, forcing the Germans to leave the arch untouched.

    Volterra lives like a real Italian town, and we loved walking the city streets during ...

    Que Sera, Sera, Volterra Will Be, Will Be ........

    A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on Sep 13, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the stage to be presented to the crowd. This proved to the most amusing part of the evening, at least for us anyway. As most of the vehicles were very old, as they chugged along, they left behind huge clouds of blue smoke in their wake. This was amusing enough, but as they made the extra effort to get up the ramp on to the stage, they produced even more, only to be consumed by it as they stopped to talk to the host, and the slipstream caught up with them. ...

    Etruscans : visit to Volterra

    A travel blog entry by rdumler on Sep 30, 2013

    5 photos

    ... northwest from here, we go down to rolling hills and a rich agricultural area. One can see large and beautiful farms with houses built in a traditional yet grand design. Every yard seems to have a diversity of plants; grapes, artichokes, olive trees, roses. and so on. It all reminds me of that the Italians enjoy the reputation of being expert gardeners. Like many of the hilltop towns, Volterra has a wall built around the old city that dates back ...

    And it's only the second day

    A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Sep 01, 2013

    68 photos

    ... I thought I was the only one to arrive a day early, but I didn't learn that to be untrue until the next day. I ventured outside to find myself some food, but I got kind of scared because each café I went into was so darn HELPFUL and people kept asking me what I wanted and stuff in rapid-fire Italian as soon as I walked in. I would then immediately have to reveal that I was American. Probably I only imagined that they looked disappointed, as by ...

    Firenze

    A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 03, 2013

    5 photos

    ... being here now is important for us both.
    The oldest pharmacy is across the street, next door to a chocolate shop creating the ageless tension of free choice. Will I choose well?

    Walking or rather strolling in Firenze, what gift of vision or taste or smell will be next?
    I hear a little girl singing in a language not remembered by me accompanied by the songs ...