Hotel Torino

Address: Largo Palumbo 6, Brindisi, Puglia, 72100, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Largo Palumbo 6, Brindisi.
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    Travel Blogs from Brindisi

    Lecce me tell you about...

    A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 16, 2015

    2 comments, 58 photos

    ... in Lecce shortly after 11 am. Lecce is a medieval city full of wonderful sandstone buildings and narrow stone cobbled streets. It also has a large university and its own football team. The city has existed for over 2500 years in one form or another. It was at one stage inhabited by the Romans. The city has several magnificent baroque style churches (the Piazza Duomo and the Basilica di Santa Croce we later visited in ...

    Siesta

    A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 15, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... pilgrims in the old days who were unable to travel to the Holy Land during the Crusades to feel a part of it albeit its authenticity.

    After that it was gelato. Kids are now addicted to this stuff. From there we went to the railway station to reserve our onward tickets to Naples. Just as well we did as the train was pretty much full. We then headed back to the apartment for our own siesta.

    Discovered that on clash of ...

    Heading to the Heel of the Boot

    A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 14, 2015

    19 photos

    ... to the platform. Anyway we made it aboard on time.

    The trip to Brindisi was over 6 hours long. The train travelled quite close to the Adriatic coastline. The sea is very calm here. There are long stretches of sandy beach. These are covered in umbrellas and many people could be seen swimming. Off the coastline we saw several oil platforms. The train passed through open flat farm land growing grapes, olives and wheat. The towns had a lot of ...

    Living the Italian dream in the heel

    A travel blog entry by chantell87 on Jun 24, 2015

    15 photos

    ... home made pizza. It was considered a "white pizza" as it had no tomato sauce. One side was mozza, smoked cheese and mushrooms, the other was mozza, Gorgonzola and walnuts, amazing. We went walking around the town at night, had a few drinks at some cute bars and then attempted to rescue a sparrow on the way home. We believe we did save this little one who couldn't fly when we reached it as it flew away by the time we awoke in the am. The next day Nadya and ...

    Cisternino Day five

    A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 23, 2015

    1 photo

    ... items are extremely boring or too rich or too sweet!. I just don't understand the attraction whatsoever to any of this stuff so I avoid it!! We have had some atrocious coffees too and some goodish ones.
    After lunch we realised the main shopping centre of town would be closed again so no point going although we did wander a bit in the general direction through a park with a fountain and the refugees from Africa ...