Villa Porta all'Arco

Address: Via Mazzini 2, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Mazzini 2, Volterra, is near Palazzo dei Priori, Cathedral of Volterra (Duomo), Baptistery, and Pinacoteca e Museo Civico.
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      Travel Blogs from Volterra

      Que Sera, Sera, Volterra Will Be, Will Be ........

      A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on Sep 13, 2014

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      ... One of us later tried marching and banging a drum in time to the steps, and let me tell you, it’s not as easy as it looks.

      What an absolutely brilliant time we had there, we probably could have stayed all day, as the programme listed things going on right up until midnight, but we wanted to get across to San Gimignano which is about 40 minutes down the road, before it got too late in the day.

      In the 12th and 13th Century, the way ...

      DAY 16: Volterra & Siena

      A travel blog entry by mcham on Aug 29, 2013

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      ... a Roman theater and climbed the steep stairway to the medieval city at the top of the hill. We passed through the arched gate in the old city wall, walked up to the Piazza del Priori, and then on to the Piazza San Giovanni. After visiting the Cathedral and its Bapistry, we strolled through the large archeological park on the outskirts of the city. The park provided lovely views of the valley below. On our way back to the car ...

      UMD Takes on Firenze

      A travel blog entry by ssequeir on Feb 15, 2013

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      ... the gardens- so incredibly beautiful. It really is amazing how huge the Medici family was in Florence and how much influence they had throughout Italy and really throughout Europe.

      I really loved Florence, but it is very different from Rome. You can walk everywhere in Florence, and it was easy to figure out the town by the second day. I still have no idea how to navigate Rome. It is also cleaner and the buildings are beautiful- but I felt that it ...

      Ancient Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 22, 2012

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      ... carry on the craft today. Some of the church windows here are alabaster instead of stained glass. Hungry, we buy a fruit liquor pastry and a cannoli. The pastry is real good, the cannoli not so much. We eat them in the Piazza which used to be the town market place. The town hall was a symbol that Volterra was an independent city state. It had its own army, taxes, and weight and measurement systems. There is a cane cut into the town hall that was the local yardstick ...

      Last Day in Florence, Two great "Small Museums"

      A travel blog entry by alanjgreenhalgh on May 26, 2012

      ... a very nice man and we will try again. Incidentally last night we hoped to have a quiet dinner, just Laura and I, at La Spada, but the students and professors of the U of Dayton were there once again having dinner and we spent considerable time with one of them, Roger, who sat with us for a while and then insisted on showing us a spot at the Train Station where Mussolini and Hitler met on May 9, 1938 to begin negotiations on conquering the world. It is ...