Palazzo Guiscardo

Via Provinciale 16, Pietrasanta, Tuscany, 55045 , Italy | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $202.00

Travel Blogs from Pietrasanta

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by jazandlouis


... The main strip has more restaurants, as well as bars and it is just a really pretty town and lay out with good views. We had an AMAZING meal here, Louis had a seafood spagetti and I had grilled octopus. We had some delicious wine, followed by cocktails and a scotch - we had to waste time through the rain somehow! The rain did make further exploration undesirable so we went back to Riomaggiore for a siesta and made our way back ...

Venice and Riomaggiore Cinque Terre Italy

A travel blog entry by xtine13


... lots of photos of all five villages. Christine and Kathy took the train back, and enjoyed a gelato while we people watched. Once the guys got back we went down to the beach and Graham and John had a swim. When we got back up into the village we stopped at a little bar for a pre-dinner aperitif and bruschetta. The bar man was very entertaining and played a recording of the haka as we were about to leave. We went into one of the local delicatessens and bought lots of treats ...

An "arty" excersion

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


... items but in main very restrained - I think there will be a repeat shopping excursion here.
At 1:30pm the shops all closed so we returned to the main square and settled into a long lunch. It was great looking out on to the square with all the sculptures and Duomo di San Martino (with its unmistakable red brick tower). Lunch definitely had a seafood flair with Ethan having a seafood ...

Hiking the Hills

A travel blog entry by ramblinrover


... anything approximating a natural harbor. The harbor is rather small and dominated by a ruined castle and an old church, hearkening back to a time when Vernazza was a powerful ally to Genoa and the most prosperous of the 5 villages. There were no boats in the water, these having been hauled into the square in light of unusually choppy waves. Tourists were advised to use caution on the breakwater, installed in 1972. ...

Cinque Terre - Riomaggiore

A travel blog entry by jakus


... a large bathroom and a separate bedroom. Compared to where we had been staying in Venice, Florence and Siena, this felt like a palace.

It was a cloudy evening and a storm was definitely on the way. I only hoped the bad weather would clear so we could hike tomorrow as planned.

For dinner we had some fun local cuisine. We split an appetizer of mollusk, Nate had enormous prawns and I had a beef roast stuffed with herbs and spices from the region. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Provinciale 16, Pietrasanta, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School and Tuscan Tennis.
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