Hotel Villa Tina

Address: Via Aurelio Saffi 2, Viareggio, Tuscany, 55049, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Aurelio Saffi 2, Viareggio, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School and Tuscan Tennis.
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          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Tina Viareggio

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Viareggio

          "Is This the Way to Viareggio ..............

          A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on May 15, 2014

          1 comment, 3 photos

          ... the wheels in motion for getting our residents permits. As EU citizens we are free to live and work here, but as we're staying over 3 months, it will make life a lot easier if we have documents showing we live here. Having done this procedure some 13 years ago, we were under no illusions as to how painful this was going to be. However, it will be worth a little bit of short term pain.

          We duly took our ticket number and waited along with all the other desperados, ...

          A Pisa my heart

          A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 12, 2014

          1 comment, 21 photos

          ... and baptistery are very big, and everything here seems to have been very well maintained or cared for. Even the grass was pristine! Our tower ticket included a visit to the cathedral, so we went inside for a few minutes to check it out – very impressive, and again very big!

          Lunch was from a food truck in the plaza – they had burgers, and we couldn’t resist a break from pizza and pasta! They were really good ...

          Public Transportation can be Risky

          A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 23, 2013

          Sometimes relying on public transportation, especially when you haven't planned ahead, is taking a risk. Last night we reviewed the trail maps and came up with only 1 solution that didn't involve a 1500 foot ascent in less than 2 miles (we realized long ago what our limitations are)! We planned to take a bus to the top of the mountain (or at least close to the top), hike along the ...

          Cinque Terra

          A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 15, 2012

          28 photos

          ... the adorable Italian village factor. Very similar to Riomaggiore, tons of tourists, etc. Also, shopkeepers, even in sourvenir shops, barely speak English. Actually, they’ll say ‘No English’ but can communicate in an Italian/English mix. Luckily, this is the level of my Italian and I was able to get rough directions to the trail head.

          Hike 2. Manarola to Corniglia. As the main trail was closed due to flood damage from a year ago (couldn’t ...

          Tale of Three Cities

          A travel blog entry by yippeeyahoo on Oct 17, 2011

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... restaurants: I will remain forever uncivilized because I cannot drink the coffee here. I had one cappuccino I liked, but espresso is beyond me, the cup has about one ounce of coffee in it and it is thick as syrup. If you ask for American coffee you get that espresso in the tiny cup and a tiny pitcher of hot water that you can add yourself to dilute, they can`t bring themselves to do it for you. I broke down and bought Nescafe instant decaf so I can have a coffee in bed ...