Relais del Lago

Address: Via della Chiesa di Gragnano 36, Capannori, Tuscany, 55010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via della Chiesa di Gragnano 36, Capannori, is near Pinocchio Park, Collodi Butterfly House, Villa Reale, and Museo Civico di Pistoia ( Palazzo del Commune).
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    Travel Blogs from Capannori

    One Week In Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by parkerjudy on Jun 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Barga - a very small and sleepy village atop a nearby hill. The old city has roots back as far as 900 AD if not earlier. Very quiet, not a highly visited tourist destination - many buildings seem uninhabited but we enjoyed the views from the church and the meals at a couple of restaurants. Lucca - much larger city. Within the walls of the old city life, both residential and commercial, is thriving. Lovely piazzas, al ...

    Lucca to Florence and Back

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Jun 02, 2015

    16 photos

    ... to see Michaelangelo's David.

    Once when Sue visited Florence with Kate, David was under wraps undergoing restoration, and it was the same the next time she visited but this time – she hit the jackpot! David was on display. The queues were huge so we paid an exorbitant price to join the express lane and we were soon inside and definitely not disappointed. Just magnificent! ...

    Jaunt to Piazele Micheangelo and Drenching Rain

    A travel blog entry by msdiozzi on Aug 03, 2014

    ... was in Italian, but it was pretty easy to figure out the various funerary practices of early people on the Italian peninsula. We saw a creepy collection of mummies, sarcophagi, and other Egyptian items. One of the coolest collections was of architectural items that were salvaged during "urban renewal" projects in Florence in the 19th century. A very good visit and the free admission made it even better. We sallied forth to the Piazele and it was ...

    A Pisa my heart

    A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 12, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    We started our morning by bidding farewell to Firenze for now – we packed up and headed for the train station first thing. It wasn't too far, so to avoid the craziness of the Italy public transport system, we decided to just walk. It took about 25 minutes; it was an okay walk, but a little tiring to lug suitcases through the streets that far!

    This was our first experience with the regional trains, and it was good. The tickets were ...


    A travel blog entry by rdevine on Aug 03, 2013

    16 photos

    ... on a Trafalgar tour then came back six months later to live. We exchanged contact details and I bought nearly a whole wardrobe of clothes really cheap as they were on sale. Then we went on a tour up to a medieval hill top town of St Paul-de-vence to visit an Artist paradise lots of expensive art work for sale one statue tony liked was worth 90,000 Euros. We had a lovely lunch overlooking the mountains ...