Hotel Villa Kinzica

Address: Piazza Arcivescovado 2, Pisa, Tuscany, 56126, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Piazza Arcivescovado 2, Pisa, is near Campo dei Miracoli, Duomo, Duomo Pisa, and Camposanto.
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        A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 01, 2015

        21 photos

        ... with dinner and chat into the evening, 20:00 rolls around and they migrate indoors to their campers or vans and it's lights out. Completely different world. Neither being better or worse, just different approaches to the hobby and lifestyle.

        Afternoon rolls into evening and dusk sneaks up on us. We decide to go on a wild goose chase to find a gas station to fill up the fuel bottle. Dark wet main roads are never a smart move on ...


        A travel blog entry by smithstoitaly on Jul 19, 2015

        6 photos

        ... They have restored the original house that was built in the 1200's. There are lots of paintings of previous generations as well as collections from the past including crockery and violins. They even had a helmet of a great uncle who served in one of the wars for the unification of Italy. We didn't realise that there was so much history just 2 minutes from our villa.

        We went for a late swim. Another end to a great ...

        The Field of Miracles

        A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Apr 16, 2015

        4 comments, 17 photos

        ... There are dozens of ancient Roman sarcophagi on display throughout the arcades, in addition to an ochre-colored tombstone of Greek origin dating back to the 4th-century B.C. A variety of frescoes line the walls, including a fascinating 14th-century fresco, The Triumph of Death, which covers an area of 1,000-square-feet.

        Next we visited the Duomo (cathedral), a huge edifice with a 320-foot nave and 68 Corinthian columns of granite, whose construction began in ...

        Day 5 - Pisa Daytrip

        A travel blog entry by liambass on Aug 21, 2014

        ... a walk around the shopping street of Pisa, found a chocolatier that served amazing hot chocolate and a nice ricey-semolinaey pudding thing. Went shopping, way better things than in Florence even though the usual chains (H&M/zara etc). Had lunch at a small trattoria on the side of the main shopping street, predictably had pizza. Then got the train back to Florence at about 2ish, went for a bit more of an explore/rest. Can't remember ...

        Leaning tower of Pisa, ITALY

        A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 24, 2013

        5 photos

        ... standards. This means no mini skirts, short shorts and singlets. We don't understand the need to cover our bodies to enter the churches as the bible states that we were made in gods image. Apart from that, there are also a lot of sculptures and art inside of the churches which depict half naked men and women. But the main reason I'm complaining is because it is really annoying when you are not dressed right and miss out on going inside. Anyway, Nathan was wearing a ...