Hotel Il Rifugio

Via delle Ginestre 57, Quarrata, Tuscany, 51039, Italy | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Quarrata

Florence - Day 4

A travel blog entry by narelle.grayson


Today we went to the Uffizi gallery in the morning. Then we grabbed a coffee and headed to Capelle Medicee. On the way, I bought a leather jacket from one of the shops in Piazza S. Lorenzo. I definitely paid too much, but it fits well and looks great, so I'm happy. Then we headed back toward the river and went to Basilica di Santa Croce. We stopped at a little cafe for a sandwich on the way and also found ...

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by larissataylor


... is bigger and set up more for the likes of tourists, which was ok for us for the afternoon. We rented an umbrella and sun beds on the beach and spent a couple of hours swimming and lazing around, which was well deserved after all the stairs! Was nice to cool off! Monterosso has a variety of alternative type cafes and shops which was good to walk around. Grabbed some lunch and a gelato and walked some ...

Day 2 & 3: Acclimating to the Italian Lifestyle

A travel blog entry by laurenashmc


... it keeps us interested. We ended the day getting dinner as a big group, and enjoyed some drinks in a nearby pub.

Day three we had to be at the studio bright and early for a safety orientation. From there we walked over to the Piazza San Marco. It was a national holiday today, kind of the italian version of 4th of July, so a lot of stuff was closed, but it was nice because the streets weren't quite as crowded. San Marco was pretty, it's a ...

Florence, Day 5: Thursday

A travel blog entry by lgellert

... fruity). For dinner we sampled strawberry, white and red wines. The boys had soft drinks. The entertainment was superb, as we were serenaded by 2 traditional Italian singers and 2 guitarists. I bought the CD from the tenor, Roberto Ferraro. All in all, the evening meal was a hit. We liken it to an Italian luau! Back at hotel by 11. Late night! Early morning tomorrow, with a 6:30 am wake up. Then we're off for Assisi and ...

Monday is a work day

A travel blog entry by vannstravel


... in the middle of a large traffic circle...wonder if that's how they get new business? We took the little C1 electric bus back home for lunch and a nap. Since its Monday, all the museums are closed but there are still a gazillion people in mostly and getting in everyone's way. The weather has been just glorious and we've loved being outside so much. After our little nap, the bank called and said we were all ...



    More great choices in Quarrata

    Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Quarrata