Villa Nina

Via delle Cinque Terre, n°3, La Spezia, Italian Riviera, 19123, Italy | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Via delle Cinque Terre, n°3, La Spezia, is near Marble Caves of Carrara and Nicola.
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    Travel Blogs from La Spezia

    La Spezia

    A travel blog entry by annapengelly117 on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    When I mentioned to everyone that one of our stops was La Spezia, not many people had heard of it. The main reason we came to La Spezia was to go to the Cinque Terre, many people stay in La Spezia and do either a walk, take a ferry or a train to see the towns. La Spezia itself is a very nice place, though I overheard a conversation between a couple of naval officers...and yes they were in their white uniforms and yes they looked very ...

    LA SPEZIA & CINQUE TERRE - Day 6

    A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette on Apr 18, 2014

    ... the side of the cliff and hole your self up for others to pass. While only 3KMs long, it took us 1.5 hours to ascend and descend down to the next village, Vernazza.

    Here, we ate our packed lunch by the ocean.

    I must confess, at this point, I'd had a bit too much sun. Around 2:30PM, we decided to train back to La Spezia, get out of the sun, and have a small rest. This was an especially good decision because after the adrenaline of the hike wore ...

    Five steps to Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by blackivers on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... There are 3400 individual marble statues with only one non-marble statue on the spire. The columns inside are huge and the stained glass windows something else!!

    After lunch it was decided - by the majority - to stay a little longer to suss out the shops! Prada was definitely out of my league with handbags starting at €13,000 so we moved on to the peasant side of the duomo and bought a couple of little ...

    Back to the sea

    A travel blog entry by neville.horder on Jul 02, 2013

    Today we left the Italian lakes having had a great time there and headed towards the Mediterranean Sea. A couple of hours and many tunnels later we were in Genova (Genoa). A local guide had been arranged to show us part of the old town known as the Carruggi, and some of the renaissance and baroque Rolli palaces or mansions that had Unesco World Heritage listing. Apart from being where Christopher Columbus was born and that it had a history as a strong ...

    Crazy trip to Corniglia

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Oct 11, 2012

    12 photos

    Day 31 Cinque Terre Today we decide that since we hadn't been able to hire a Vespa in Tuscany, we might give it a tilt here and go for a spin, we have been told that the next village along, Porto Venere is worth the trip and it's only about ten kilometers away. Turns out the scooter hire place is only a couple of blocks away and the lady Assia, could not be more helpful. For the 39 euro it costs us for the day, we reckon it's money we'll spent. She takes plenty ...