Terra Umbra Hotel

Address: SP Maratta Bassa 61, Narni, Umbria, 05036, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on SP Maratta Bassa 61, Narni, is near La corsa all'anello - San Giovenale.
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    Travel Blogs from Narni

    Holiday Inn Express for me

    A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jul 03, 2015

    9 photos

    While the students and Lynn had the opportunity to enjoy a few days with an Italian Family, the rest of us (Michele, Arlene, Felipe, and I) spent some quality time at the local Holiday Inn Express in Foligno. After having breakfast, we had a lazy day and eventually went into the city center for some lunch. We found a fabulous seafood restaurant where I ended up having some pasta in a tomato sauce ...

    Todi, Assisi, Spoleto

    A travel blog entry by stella_____ on Jun 28, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... br> On the second day in Todi we went to one of the most famous Christian towns in the world, Assisi. Assisi was founded early around 600 BC! It is a beautiful walled village on a hill. It is especially famous because St Francis grew up there. St Francis was a famous saint who was very kind to poor people and animals. After he died in 1226, a magnificent cathedral was built in his ...

    A Day in Orvieto

    A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Jun 26, 2015

    2 comments, 38 photos

    ... in these caves and attached some of them by mining connections for passages as well as aquaducts. They had been there nearly 2000 years before they were discovered. There is still a lot of unknowns about how they lived, but it is a well done self guided tour. Orvieto was also a popular bolthole for Popes during times of unrest in Rome, and this vast deep well was available for use in the event of a siege.

    After the caves, we are off to see Porta Maggiore, ...

    Orvieto

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 24, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... by this time we had seen much of the town. By the time we were done we went home for a rest before heading back out for dinner. We found many of the restaurants to be quite expensive and our huge breakfast plus the heat had neither of us particularly hungry so we got some slices of pizza and a small chocolate bar from the supermarket. we settled in for the night deciding to pack in the morning since we didn't leave till 11.

    Lovely little town here, looking forward to ...

    Orvieto and Civita Di Bagnoreigo.

    A travel blog entry by cherielamb on Sep 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and remarked about the town being where Marlena de Blasi lived.. Her books, at thousand days in Venice etc had led us both into wanting to travel to Italy as we read her adventures in many books on Venice, Tuscany and then Orvieto, Umbria. As we turned into via Di duomo I commented that this was the street she lived on. The street was beautiful with glimpses of the Duomo at the ...