Molino d'Era

Via Casa Molino d'Era, 30 , Volterra, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Volterra

A taste of Tuscany

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs


... the coach for our next stop – Florence. We were in the city for about 4 hours, most of the afternoon and after a walking tour with our guide, we then had time to roam the streets and explore some of the sights. We made our way down to the River Arno, the main river through the city. We came to the famous bridge, Ponte Vecchio, being similar to the Rialto Bridge in Venice, but perhaps not quite so grand. Still it was very pleasant to wander over ...

Unexpected Gem!

A travel blog entry by calthepal


We left Pisa in route to Volterra. We had decided the day before to go here, and I am so glad we did. First, it's not easy to get to Volterra, so if you don't have a car, it will be time consuming and difficult to use the public transport. The drive from Pisa through the very curvy roads of Tuscany was beautiful. Everything I had every imagine Tuscany to be came true on that drive. ...

Ancient Tuscany

A travel blog entry by cncadventures


... and it included breakfast. The downside was it was outside the city walls and although only about a half mile from town it was all down or up depending on the direction you were going. For now, it was all down. We walk through an old etruscan port and down past a small church. Another steep hill and it is mostly level to the hotel. As we are early our room is not ready, but we do get to leave our large packs which was the main goal. Back up the hill, through the ...

Hiking and snorkeling along with lots of sun

A travel blog entry by pfossum


... back to Levanto, we reserved a spot to go snorkeling the next day. When we arrived back in Levanto, we went right to the beach where we relaxed, read, and napped till it was starting to get cold and dark. We left the beach and got a couple of slices of pizza an beers for dinner and then headed back to our hostel. That night we relaxed at the hostel by reading, doing a few things online and talking with the other people in our room.  ...

Quite the Day

A travel blog entry by kbelland

... So we get off at this stop of course it was the wrong stop. We make it back on the train and to the next stop. Here we get on the wrong bus, but figured it out in time. We took the bus to Volterra, and on our way it started to rain. Getting to Volterra was interesting the road was so narrow and we were in a charter bus. The road was so windy and to top it off our driver was on the cell phone. We felt like we could fall off the cliff at any moment. When we arrive the ...

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This hotel, located on Via Casa Molino d'Era, 30 , Volterra, is near Palazzo dei Priori, Cathedral of Volterra (Duomo), Baptistery, and Balze Cliffs.
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