Villa Porta all'Arco

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

    Andiamo a Volterra

    A travel blog entry by hannistrong on May 13, 2015

    41 photos

    ... with the history of the Villa.

    Our destination for the evening: Volterra. Ancient Etruscans made this hilltop one of their capital cities, long before the Romans ever dreamed of empires and decadent lifestyles. Historians believe that the Romans learned how to build keystone arches from the Etruscans, and we walked down a steep hill to a well-preserved Etruscan arch, which has served as a gateway to Volterra since at least ...

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

    A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on Sep 13, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the square), and started to line them up to parade across the stage. We should add, that it appeared that you could only enter your vehicle in to the event if you were also dressed in relevant clothing too. So the fire engine had six firemen in full uniform, the army Red Cross jeep had two soldiers and a couple of nurses etc. Following a number of speeches by the club organisers and other assorted wonks, the cars started making their way around and ...

    Etruscans : visit to Volterra

    A travel blog entry by rdumler on Sep 30, 2013

    5 photos

    The name,Tuscany, comes from the name of an early group of people who first civilized the area and were called the Etruscans. They emigrated from Asia and are important because they were the fore runners to The Romans. I think. In fact, it may mean "shopping!" We drove approximately 90 minutes northwest of Santa Fiora to the hilltop city of Volterra. I think our town is located on a significant range of mountains running from north to south in Italy and as ...

    And it's only the second day

    A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Sep 01, 2013

    68 photos

    ... would catch up to me later. But I found my gate, and waited for another two and a half hours for my last flight to Florence, during which time I ruminated on how lucky I am to have been born in the most powerful country in the world, which means that my native tongue is the most international language and therefore used in all airports.
    I landed in Florence (that's Firenze, for future reference) without incident, got in my taxi and got to ...

    Firenze

    A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 03, 2013

    5 photos

    ... s. It is complete with a painters studio, an evergreen garden with fresh oranges and 16 foot ceilings with frescoes. There are three panels overhead in our bedroom, and as I reflected before sleep on our 150mph ride from Roma, the Duomo, the David and dinner in the Duomo square . There seems to be a pattern of connectedness developing. No words to describe it yet, just a ...