Palazzo Viviani - Castello di Montegridolfo
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
Photos of Palazzo Viviani - Castello di Montegridolfo
TripAdvisor Reviews Palazzo Viviani - Castello di Montegridolfo
Travel Blogs from Montegridolfo
... high up in the Apennines Mountains. I went on the perfect sunny fall day. San Marino is noted as a medieval city and its three huge watch towers on the edge of the mountain. I was able to go through the main tower and got the most beautiful views. Oddly enough while we were there I noticed some faint medieval music ...
... today or no longer in business. We then proceeded on to the tiny sovereign state of San Marino. The "republic" is only 20 square miles in size. We drove directly to the top of the mountain on which the old city (citta) rests. The Citta has a spectacular view in all directions. Towards the East you can see the Adriatic and 40-50 miles North or South. The old town has three towers of which two are part of a larger fortifications. We checked out tower one in the fort ...
... except to say that we finished the day feeling very relaxed’. We topped off our relaxing day doing something by an evening beach walk. It was lovely to leave the apartment and do something that is at least worth remembering otherwise our day would have been a full day of something that really means ...
... up the stairs and got off as quickly as I could. There was no point even trying to apologise because if he didn’t speak English I would probably have just made it worse. Another tourist brownie point lost with the locals. It must have been the day for rude people (and by people I mean me!) because on the walk from the airport back to our car we passed three different groups of people who were walking along the path three ...
... up towards San Marino. We are in a quiet campground by the sea but access to the sea is via a very steep difficult path which we climbed down and the sea was all wild and foamy and not too pleasant. Kerry tried to throw some large buoys into the water but they just kept coming back in. I am not coming back as a life guard on duty for all these camp grounds. It must be the most boring job ever. I'm sure ...