Relais Regina Giovanna

Address: Via Calata Puolo 1, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Via Calata Puolo 1, Sorrento, is near Museobottega della Tarsialignea (The museum/workshop of inlaid wood), Marina di Puolo, Punta del Capo, and Bay of Naples.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant

          Features

          • Free parking

          Services

          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Continental Breakfast
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Relais Regina Giovanna Sorrento

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Sorrento

          Long day in bus

          A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 16, 2015

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          ... of money, & as they have ferries (even a rail one) & with the tectonic plates doing there thing Italy & Sicily are actually moving further apart.

          Ciro informed us of the education system at the following ages
          3 years - Kindergarten
          6 years - Primary school for 5 years
          11 years - Intermediate for 3 years
          13 years - College for 5 years, you can choose the type of college, either arts, science etc

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          Surreal in Sorrento

          A travel blog entry by kiyamaria on Jun 04, 2015

          9 photos

          ... of the accommodation. We got to the relaxation room where he offered me a complimentary welcome glass of wine to have now or after the tour. I immediately responded I would have it then. He poured me a delicious Prosecco and left me to relax until I was ready to be shown to my room. For a moment, I thought I would pass out on the chair, weary from hours of travel. I peacefully drank my Prosecco and proceeded back downstairs to let Alessandro know ...

          Rignano to Sorrento

          A travel blog entry by robxmas14 on Jan 02, 2015

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          This morning we were sad to be leaving our farm stay in Tuscany and especially our lovely hosts Emilio and Giselda.We packed up and braced ourselves for another game of charades as we tried to buy some of Emilio's wine, sauce and jams. Clint and the kids headed off to make the purchases, while I finished feeding Lily.

          Tess came back excited. Their daughter, Daniella and her family were home from their holiday, and they could speak English!!We found out more about each ...

          Herculaneum, Vesuvius, Oplontis and Sorrento

          A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Nov 30, 2014

          31 photos

          ... We had 30 minutes to wait and went looking for ice cream. We'd not seen any but then Sarah spotted a cake shop that was also a Gelateria, ice cream! Nut for Andy, cherry for Sarah. We sat near the train station but it seemed there was enough of us booked as they called us over just early and off we went up the volcano. Our driver had no patience especially behind a truck advertising the circus that crawled along. It took awhile to get out of town but then the road ...

          Southern Italy continued

          A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jun 06, 2014

          59 photos

          ... old 'cave houses', built into the sides of a ravine using negative architecture. Architecture being the apt word as every archway was deliberately planned - but negative because it removed material - digging out the porous stone that used to be sea rock many millions of years ago. The removed material was then added on to the front of the dwelling to form doorways and entrances (so the whinging pom was quite right that they don't look like typical 'caves' from the ...