Albergo Villa Nencini

Address: Borgo Santo Stefano, 55, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Borgo Santo Stefano, 55, Volterra, is near Teatro Romano (Roman Theater & Baths), Cathedral of Volterra (Duomo), Baptistery, and Church of San Francesco Volterra.
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    Travel Blogs from Volterra

    Queste la journata - What a beautiful day - again!

    A travel blog entry by lynne.jambor on Apr 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... cafe with Luca - the Gucci Museum cafe! I would say from ridiculous to sublime except that both cafes were wonderful in their own ways! I can see that my exclamation points are getting out of hand!

    I'll post some more pictures on facebook from the last couple of days. Today we are going graocery shopping and library. Frank, as the regular cook made a really really good ratatoulli, and has done some wonderful things with chicken. I am ...

    3000 years of struggling

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... center and rented a self-guided walking audio tour of the city. It told us a lot about the history of Volterra and the region, as well as some interesting tidbits about the city.

    Volterra has a richly layered history with evidence of its 3,000 years of civilization. It is high up on steep ridges (1,780 feet) and has a commanding view of the plains below. The first inhabitants were Etruscans who built a city called Velathri in 7th century ...

    To Florence

    A travel blog entry by sastetson on Jul 28, 2013

    1 photo

    ... different streets, not the small 2x2 inch basalt rock, but rather larger rock or paved streets like the US. It is much smaller than Rome, Dad thinks it is a lot like Denver while Mom thinks it is more like San Diego. It is small with less people, with some adult parties, and lots of people riding bicycles. It's a a picture of outside the ...

    Coffee, Chips and Cigarettes

    A travel blog entry by madeline813 on Feb 01, 2013

    1 comment

    Salve! So after a few hours of sleep, I woke up and got ready for the day! I'd like to start off by saying that my shower is super weird. I kind of have to stand in a corner of the bathroom with a curtain semi wrapped around the kind-of-corner and then maneuver around so that one of the 5 poorly aimed streams of water actually hits somewhere on my body. Now it's annoying and weird, but by the end of this it'll probably be one of those things I actually miss about Florence. Then ...

    Hilltop medieval town

    A travel blog entry by hannaharrison on Sep 25, 2012

    12 photos

    ... and this would be a great base to have spent a few days touring the country side as the town had so many nooks and side alleys to explore. The only down side of basing yourself at Volterra in the windy 14km uphill road into town, the girls started to get a bit car sick in the back seat on the way up and down, but the hilltop town offered magnificent views, which would look spectacular at ...