Palazzo Marziale

Address: Piazza F.S. Gargiulo, 2, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located on Piazza F.S. Gargiulo, 2, Sorrento, is near Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), Basilica di Sant'Antonino, and Sedile Dominova.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPalazzo Marziale Sorrento

    Reviewed by max.campbell

    Best B&B in Italy

    by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    An upmarket B&B - spectacular 8th century building once owned by royalty. Magnificent décor and our room named "Passion" was huge with high ceilings and huge marble bathroom with spa. Little balcony overlooking the Bay of Naples and cliff-top walk to beaches and port just 30 metres away. Can't go wrong here but try and get in early for the best rates

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by dhensby

    Exceeded expectations

    Reviewed Oct 6, 2012
    by (5 reviews) Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada , Canada Flag of Canada

    This is a wonderful hotel, clean, spacious, quiet, great views and terrific breakfast terrace. We really enjoyed this hotel with its touch of luxury at more affordable prices.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Palazzo Marziale Sorrento

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    Travel Blogs from Sorrento

    It's pronounced Ca-Pri...not Cap-Ri

    A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 13, 2013

    8 photos

    ... lower city for a while we hopped the funicular to the top of the hill to see what is called the Mamma Mia view. A simply breathtaking view of the sea from the top of Capri. Words cannot describe the beauty. After some more sight seeing and window shopping, we headed down a back alley for lunch. Since it is Italy, pizza was on the menu. Margarita for me...with Anchovies for C and the kids devoured a quattro fromaggio EACH! After lunch, we rode to the marina ...

    1138. Reach Vesuvius—or Perish in the Undert

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 22, 2011

    10 photos

    ... granny trail, with a gale force wind behind me, nicely pushing me to the top—although I dread what it’s going to be like walking down again!

    And there it is… in all its spendour: the massive crater of Mount Vesuvius, with little clouds of steam seeping from the sides, and the very distinct volcano smell, like rotten eggs. Yes, Vesuvius is very much alive.

    It suddenly strikes me that this is the very first ...

    That's way too close!!!!

    A travel blog entry by rhills on Dec 11, 2011

    3 photos

    ... very cleverly done with long necked emus and Ayer's Rock on the hide.

    Amalfi was first noted in historical records in the the 6th century and became a very important maritime power and a centre for trade in salt, slaves, timber and gold coins, before being attacked and sacked by Pisans, from the rival economic centre of Pisa around 1137.
    During mediaeval times Amalfi was famous for its schools of law and mathematics and it is widely believed that the man ...

    Bella, Bella Sorrento on Italy's southern coast

    A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Nov 19, 2010

    5 comments, 60 photos

    ... of Capri. What a beautiful spot. The boats drop you off at a funicular that takes you up to Capri Town. There you take a public bus to Anacapri. We were planning on taking a ski lift up to the top peak, but the weather turned south. Really went south. Rain, then torrential Rain (we dove into a pizzeria) then came the hail. Record breaking hail was reported on the Italian News service that evening. needless to say the Ski lift shut down, what with the thunder and ...

    The best laid plans...

    A travel blog entry by jmabro on Feb 20, 2010

    69 photos

    ... s. This was to allow the pedestrians to walk along without having to step in the streets that flowed with sewage and rubbish, and to force the chariot driving joy riders to slow down or risk being smashed by these huge blocks of stone.

    Our fabulous tour guides had made reservations for some of the locked houses of Pompeii and changed a couple to fit in with our impromptu weather itinerary change. They had read that arriving at a ...

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