Residenza Antica Canonica

Address: Via San Florido 23, Citta di Castello, Umbria, 06012, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via San Florido 23, Citta di Castello.
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          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


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          Travel Blogs from Citta di Castello

          Last Day in Ambra and Cennina

          A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 21, 2014

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          ... like some of our Adelaide days. Craig went down the road for a very short haircut whilst I vacuumed and cleaned basins. We also went down to our bar for coffee and internet and walked to a couple of 'our' shops. It is great as the locals all say Buon Giorno to us – or Buona Serra! Lunch was at home and after that we did a walk. Part of the walk was to find the Post Office and when we ...

          1634. The Abandoned Villages

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

          32 photos

          ... Now, there are only 2 homes that are still inhabited. This village existed since Roman times and of special religious significance. First there was a pagan temple here. Then, according to tradition, a Roman centurion converted to Christianity and was martyred and buried here in a crypt/chapel at the lower level of this building. Later he was canonized as Saint Crescentino. Visiting this chapel with its early medieval feel is an opportunity to ponder on ...

          All quiet on the Cortonese front

          A travel blog entry by oclc on Feb 10, 2013

          5 photos

          ... other such hallucinogenic things. I will admit to a headache like you wouldn't believe though. The things I do for this family!
          A little insight into our night out on the town yesterday. It was quiet. Quieter than usual. Normally in the pub on a Saturday there is a big group of Canadians (due to the Canadian university in Cortona) but yesterday none of them were there. I did meet two Americans, but two girls ...

          A trip to Arezzo

          A travel blog entry by rickandwill on Sep 03, 2011

          16 photos

          ... theory and found the centre of the town. We heard some drums and went to investigate what it was all about. Found a lot of people dressed up in 13th century clothes and on horses.They all walked through this little lane way and up the hill so we decided to follow them. What we were witnessing was the annual celebration of the Saracen Joust. This is an historical event held annually and has very old origins, 13th century documents ...

          Under the Tuscan Sun

          A travel blog entry by serenajoe on Sep 28, 2008

          18 photos

          ... to quickly use the running water, even though there was another free tap right next to me. So much for the kindred spirit!  28/09/08: We had a big sleep in this morning and it was nice just to take our time and not be in any rush to see the next tourist attraction. I did some more bug spotting this morning as I watched a rather large lizard just outside our lodge dash around very quickly but slow enough for me to get a pic of it.  We wandered through Camucia village and it was very ...