Piccolo Hotel San Valentino

S.P. 451 di Monteoliveto, Asciano, Tuscany, 53041 , Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $119.00

Travel Blogs from Asciano

Bye bye Tuscany, hello Roma!

A travel blog entry by 2swans

... per hour, you can't beat train travel in Europe...you leave in the middle of town and get to the middle of town. 15 minutes in a taxi, 10 Euro's later, and we are the hotel..makes Adelaide taxi fares look very very expensive! We are approx 200 metres from the Spanish steps, so went up there to descend the steps and take photo's etc. after some lunch, walked around to find a laundry...eventually...10 euro's ...

Parking fine

A travel blog entry by 2swans


Off to local town Castelina to pay our parking fine at the post office. Christine and I lost it, the staff were far from helpful and one was so inappropriately dressed. Fine paid not as bad as we thought and off to eat gelati and drink coffee. We had breakfast at the resort this morning so no one was hungry, just needed a snack. The town is lovely very quiet and the people so friendly. Several purchases made and then on the road ...

Wine, Hill Towns, and Etruscan Ruins

A travel blog entry by veepacini


I'm writing this while waiting for a bus to Volterra for the day. The expected high temperature today is only 60 degrees but the sun is shining so I won't complain. I should have packed jeans and sweaters though! Since I last wrote, I have been exploring the hill towns and wineries of Tuscany. On Tuesday I went on a full day wine tour of the Chianti region. Donatella, a native of Siena, was our guide. We visited 3 different wineries (tastings at each one), made ...

The beauty of Tuscan towns

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey


... a huge scalloped sloping piazza with again a maze of lanes leading to it. Soaring 102 metres above it is a high tower. In July and August all the outside tables and chairs are removed from the perimeter of the piazza for the horse races called the Palio where they ride bareback. Sat at some tables in the square and had a coke and Mum and Nath had coffee.So sick of paying 4 - 5 euros for 1 glass ...

More wine, food and a little history

A travel blog entry by nickfear


... enjoyed this visit and tasting. There was another interesting story behind this stunningly beautiful vineyard, which although it has been here since 1580 was largely a wealthy person's holiday villa until bought by Cinzano in 1980 and then personally by Countess Cinzano in 1992. We tasted 7 wines, including their Brunello, their Super Tuscan, their cheaper "Rosso di Montalcino" and a Malbec/Sangiovese blend from the Countess's vineyard ...


This hotel, located on S.P. 451 di Monteoliveto, Asciano, is near Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding