Park Hotel Le Fonti

Address: Via di Fontecorrenti, 2, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via di Fontecorrenti, 2, Volterra, is near Porta all'Arco, Parco Archeologico, and Balze Cliffs.
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    Travel Blogs from Volterra

    Que Sera, Sera, Volterra Will Be, Will Be ........

    A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on Sep 13, 2014

    6 photos

    ... your wealth, was to build a tower in your town, and the taller your tower, the wealthier you were. Many towns and cities still have remaining examples of this extravagance, but San Gimignano has more than most still standing, and thus has become the picture postcard image of a small Tuscan town.There used to be about 72 of these towers here, and although there are now only 15, as the town is on top of a hill, it still make for a dramatic outline. ...

    DAY 16: Volterra & Siena

    A travel blog entry by mcham on Aug 29, 2013

    14 photos

    ... for lunch at a small shop that we had passed on the way in. They had the most wonderful pecorino and prosciutto sandwiches on crusty Tuscan bread.

    We drove back east through the Tuscan countryside toward Siena. Once a powerful rival to Florence, Siena is one of Tuscany's gems. After dropping our bags at our hotel, we drove the 20 kilometers south to Siena and arrived there at about 4 pm. This gave us just enough time ...

    Rainy Days in Firenze

    A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Nov 27, 2012

    46 photos

    ... they focused on building the first wall to have something to show them for their investment.  On the wall is one of the oldest, intact mosaic's of the time, depicting the crowning of Mary and a really cool 24-hour clock. Time was kept according to the sun, with the 24th hour being sunset. Engineers have to adjust the clock every few weeks to be sure it is keeping time with the lessening hours of daylight.At hour 23 the loudest chime was sounded to warn ...

    Etruscans, Romans, and Wine in the Park

    A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 23, 2012

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... flowing. We visit St. Francis Church where the convent dates back to the first half of the 1200s shortly after St. Francis died. The church is nice but the Franciscans were not elaborate but rather choosy with what they displayed. The exception is the attached Chapel of the Cross built in 1315 and decorated with frescoes around 1410. As we walk up another street we have walked on several times, we notice a small Oratory of St. Christopher. It is one room made of ...

    The Explosion of the cart on Easter Sunday Morning

    A travel blog entry by marikatravel on Apr 07, 2012

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    ... Duomo
    by city officials, clerics and Pazzi family members. At 11 0′clock Florence cardinal lights, mechanical dove, called colombina, that speeds through the church to ignite the Brindellone cart.

    The fireworks starts lighting and making lots of noise and smoke. Now the
    colombina has to return into the Duomo. If it does return the
    harvest will be good, but if it doesn’t the harvest will be bad. So let's cross your fingers!