Photos of Hotel Nazionale
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nazionale Levanto
Bright large spotless room,very quite, right in centre of town, 10 minute walk to train for visiting the Cinque Terra villages, only thing was no wi-fi in rooms and had to use lobby. Other people can be a distraction.
Good breakfast, helpful staff.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nazionale Levanto
Travel Blogs from Levanto
Buon giorno from Levanto, Italy. We enjoyed our last
few days at the Belvedere Biking Hotel in Riccione. Our non-biking day on Thursday seemed to revive our quads and spirits so we headed out refreshed for our final ride on Friday morning.
At lunch, we all met up on our bikes
at a vineyard for some fun and lunch. We picked grapes, a few of us tried out crushing
grapes with our feet, there was ...
... Hopefully they will survive the trip. 3 May Slept in today as my room was very cold. Was great to lie in and organize some of the next week of my trip. Today will be a quiet day strolling around Manarola and soaking in the sunshine, coffee and wine. Enjoyed dinner tonight at my restaurant with Fillipo (remember its the cat). He loves swordfish. 4 May I awoke this morning to an email saying all services of Cinque Terra National Park including ...
... ever proven the remains are actually in San Marco. Still it's a good yarn. The symbol of St Mark - the lion - everywhere in Venice. In San Marco (the church) there are more golden mosaics everywhere. I reckon it is the most beautiful church we have been to so far (and we've done plenty!) The mosaics are just incredible. The church is also called the golden church and its easy to see why, when they turn on the lights the whole place just glows. Amazing. We had a ...
... the villages were right on the Mediterranean Sea and the water was so blue. Riomaggore to Manarola took only about 30 minutes and I walked through a portico with graffiti all over it with people declaring their love for each other. They wrote whereever they could find an open spot.. this included cacti, the side of mountains, benches, and ledges. Also, there were locks everywhere! There was this one spot that was just covered in them. I took a ...
... train back to Milan, then plane back to London. There was a brief glimpse of the Italian Alps and then touch down back in London. Despite being back there was some good news- the weather had improved dramatically and we had plans to see our niece/ cousin Shailie, her hubby James and new baby Amber the next day. Farewell to the Cinque ...