Turim Hotel

Via Campiglione, 3, Bastia Umbra, Umbria, 06083, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Via Campiglione, 3, Bastia Umbra, is near Basilica di San Francesco, Santa Maria degli Angeli, Cathedral of San Pietro, and Roman Temple of Minerva (Museo e Foro Romano).
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    Travel Blogs from Bastia Umbra

    Tavernelle - last days in Umbria

    A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Aug 29, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    28 August Kids rule today. And we are off to the Tavernelle Parco Aquatico. It has a few rides, a few pools and few rules. However, it is obligatory (their word,with heavy emphasis) to wear bathing caps in the park, unless you are bald - we got three. Mind you, they sting you €4 each for the caps. No wonder they are obligatory! Anyway, it was a beautiful day for the park and after finding ourselves an umbrella, setting up some chairs, laying out our towels and ...

    Enthusiastic amateurs (cooks that is!)

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Aug 27, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... 8217;s hillside home, we serve full-course Umbrian meals to groups as small as four and as large as ten. Tita, whose culinary skills were passed down from her great-grandmother, personally produces an exquisite olive oil that is used during the hands-on cooking classes. Using only the freshest ingredients, some of them from Tita’s garden, we give cooking lessons that include several different appetizers, two first courses such as pasta ...

    Lazy days

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Aug 26, 2014

    21 photos

    ... has been going since 1860, but it is also an ancient town that is enclosed within massive walls dating from the 4th-3rd century BC. About 3km of walls enclose the ancient part of the town and much of that is pedestrian only, apart from residents. Our first stop was the area which was reclaimed by one of the power hungry Popes to show dominance in the area. Hundreds of homes, churches, towers convents and other ...

    Discovering Umbria

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Aug 20, 2014

    1 comment, 73 photos

    ... This was supposedly the "short cut", but it didn’t feel like much a shortcut to us! It was a challenging, sweaty walk, but well worth the effort, and we had a lovely pasta and salad lunch at the top of the hill, with a side of a great sense of accomplishment!! Spoleto’s other highlight is its magnificent Romanesque cathedral set at the bottom of a long wide flight of steps, with a masterpiece of a fašade. Its brilliant creamy colour shone almost like there was ...

    Piegaro

    A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Aug 18, 2014

    17 photos

    ... apartment that we will stay in. In the 1600-1700’s the glass workers built three more levels locating even more glass ovens and a large factory [all of these have been incorporated into the rennovation]. This glass works continued until the beginning of WWII when it was occupied by German soldiers. When they left, the Commune Palazzo building was mined and destroyed [now replaced by a relatively modern building that sticks out like a ...