Agriturismo Casamontana Cortona

Address: Loc Portole, Cortona, Tuscany, 52044, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Loc Portole, Cortona, is near Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca, Cortona's Cathedral (Duomo), and Badia.
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Travel Blogs from Cortona


A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 08, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... s house for a rest and we tried these Castagna Slices – made of chestnut flour, sultanas and rosemary – sounds strange but they were yummy. Then we went out – finally around 8pm to a restaurant in the country area a bit nearer to Ambra – it was called PERBACCO. Silvia hadn’t booked so when 8 of us showed up they did make us wait. However the meal was delicious although very late. Another great day – feeling ...

Panicale remembers!

A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Nov 04, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... intention. Aldo confirmed that Italy remembers end of First War on 4th November and hence the service.

Like at home, each child read some lines from a prearranged script, showing their respect and the whole service was over in about twenty minutes. Shaking of hands, Italian kisses for each young school girl, one on each cheek, by Mayor, then they dispersed.

We just happened to be there, it was lovely.



A travel blog entry by jayton on Sep 16, 2014


... materials, different street paving and such.

To give some idea of how old this place is, the local Roman Amphitheatre was completed in 20 BC, so the town has existed for at least 2034 years. Not bad when you think of it, and the Amphitheatre is still standing in parts.

We drove back home by a different route, due in part to being temporarily geographically misplaced, but the scenery on the way back was far better then on ...

Under the Tuscan Sun

A travel blog entry by journey_team on May 22, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... to wait, figuring we could beat the bus, we lost that bet. It was a nice walk, didn't see any tourists along the way, at least not walking. We walk about the town some, have a nice lunch with local wine and free dessert wine. After, we go to a shop that is offering a wine tasting, one was a famous Brunello wine, I didn't particularly like it and IT WAS PRICEY. We did buy the cheapest one available though. Walk some more and head back down to catch the train ...

A rainy morning trek to Cortona, Italy.

A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 16, 2013

13 photos

... in the wall and began our exploration of this ancient city. On the first street, Sue walked into a ceramic store and found some handmade earrings and a ring, which she purchased with birthday money from her mother. We met three teachers there who were from England, one who has set up a non-profit to help special needs children in East Africa. We think that the trip has made the ...