Villa Cilnia

Address: Montoncello, 27, Arezzo, Tuscany, 52040, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Montoncello, 27, Arezzo, is near Piazza Grande, Church of San Francesco Arezzo, Duomo Arezzo, and San Domenico Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Arezzo

      Saturday Morning Flea Market

      A travel blog entry by margot.mccomb on May 17, 2014

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      ... town closeby, and check it out, will be a nice little adventure. I am enjoying the lack of stress that goes with living on a farm, its a nice vacation from my.. vacation. ha.

      Anyways, coming back round from my last tangent, we dropped the girls off at Arezzo train station this morning and I stayed for a few hours to visit. Though its a lot smaller than Florence I enjoyed it very much, simply because there ...

      A Delightful 2 Days in Arezzo

      A travel blog entry by sheilamccallum on Oct 05, 2011

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      ... central historic part ot town. If you are drving there is a place to park, which I understand can be very difficult to find. After two days or rest and relaxation we were ready to take on the rest of Tuscany. The train service from Arezzo offered many destinations, for day trips or not. This would be a great place to use as a headquarters for the week. ...

      Back in the saddle

      A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Aug 16, 2011

      28 photos

      ... country roads; crazy european freeway and finally; the gradual build up to city driving - including roundabouts (or roondaboots as my passenger kept calling them! Seriously, I don't know what he's saying half the time!). Of course, Siena isn't just any old city, its a really old city with a really big wall around it through which only authorised vehicles may pass. Accordingly, we parked outside the walls and breached the perimeter on foot.

      Our first order ...

      More wine, food and a little history

      A travel blog entry by nickfear on Oct 09, 2010

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      ... Polveraia" a farm near San Gimignano with olive groves, a few vines, and an agriturismo. We learnt a little about olive oil production, before spending a pleasant hour in their garden enjoying beautiful views, drinking their wine, and eating some bruschetta made with their tomatoes and olive oil. I can't get excited about olive oil like I can wine, but it was a very relaxing time, and also interested to be reminded that a lot of wine produced in ...

      The hunt is on!

      A travel blog entry by queson on Oct 03, 2009

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      ... hundreds of tables filled with all variety of goods – carvings, swords and spears from Africa, blown Venetian glass and delicate lace as thin as a spider's web, hand-woven silk from India in crimson red, turquoise blue, forest green and black as night. Dealers showed stamp, coin, book and photo collections as well as rifles, various fighting instruments, gunpowder, bullets and an assortment of holsters from past wars. Also on display were many pieces of restored and ...