Villa Vannini

Address: Villa di Piteccio, Pistoia, Tuscany, 51030, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Villa di Piteccio, Pistoia.
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Travel Blogs from Pistoia


A travel blog entry by linarogers on Sep 05, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... helpful, so willing to share their knowledge and culture.

Another positive is having all our visitors. We have loved having all of you to share this with us. Each week was different even though we revisted some places several times. We ate, walked, laughed and enjoyed each other’s company and look forward to reminiscing with you over Uliveto and Pistoia. Speaking of Pistoia – what a great town to be located near to. ...

Local tour of Florence

A travel blog entry by carlsen456 on Jun 11, 2014

17 photos

... is in the architecture. Frescoes of two of the soldiers that helped conquer lands for Florence were featured. Their is a stairway that Brandi and I later climbed on our own that went to the top of the dome of the church...463 steps, and the same down. It was well worth the climb for the majestic views. I also walked through the baptistery which sits in a domed-shaped building outside ...

Pistoia and Broke

A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on May 31, 2014

4 photos

... The other thing about Barga is that it has very strong ties to Scotland. As you drive in to the town, the signs have those plaques up about who they're twinned with, and they're all Scottish places. Apparently, a lot of the Italians in Scotland originate from there and presumably as part of the twinning deal, the area has a large Scottish population. We all know who got the better deal there don't we?

Speaking of domestic issues, you may be amused to know that ...

Florence, Pisa, and on the train

A travel blog entry by jndmms on Mar 25, 2014


Good grief I just had almost a full page written and accidentally deleted it. We started off of second day at the Uffizzi Museum where we saw many paintings by Michael Angelo, Bottachelli, and Da Vinci. Then we went back to the hotel where we had to gather our belongings and head back to the train station it was a mile and would not be so bad except the uneven cobble stone walkways are constantly pulling on your arms and shoulders. ...


A travel blog entry by darylheather on Oct 06, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... the Bapistery, Giotto's Tower (Campanile), and Duomo with it's grand multi-coloured marble exterior and terracotta tiled dome.
More wandering found us at the Piazza della Signoria near the Uffuzi Gallery, and Pallazzo Vecchio, former palace / town hall. Saw statues and fountains etc. After that we were drawn to Ponte Vecchio, ...