Borgo Di Montereggi

Via Palandri n.20 , Limite Sull'Arno, Tuscany, 50050, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Limite Sull'Arno

Under the Tuscan sun :)

A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog

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... it all opened up to the town square. Apparently twice a year there is a big horse race there. About 6 horses with bareback riders in period costume do 3 laps of the square while the whole district gets out and cheers them on with flags from back in the early days. It's all taken very seriously and the horses are taken into the main Duomo for a blessing before the race. We walked on from there to the Duomo which was amazing. Statues ...

Rest

A travel blog entry by sblady

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Today we slept in, ate lunch on our patio, and strategized in the coolness of the apartment as it was above 90 today. At 4:00 we set out for the city center to take a look around and then go to the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum. He was the original engineer and Frank really got kick out of seeing Leonardo's inventions recreated in wooden replicas. It was ...

Into Italy - Imperia to Florence

A travel blog entry by glynei

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... one with ratatouille and finally chicken livers. This was followed by a tuscan risotto which had a type of bolognaise sauce on it and lots of mushrooms. We passed on desert - no matter how wonderful they looked Then it was more sightseeing this time crossing back over the bridge to find, quite by accident the Pitti Palace, which is now an art gallery and museum. By now we were getting just a little tired so we made our way, via a supermarket back to the van. Later on ...

A Room with a View

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee

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... Vecchio we made it our first stop. The old stone medieval bridge crosses the Arno River at its narrowest point but what makes it so iconic is that its still lined today with shops (as was once common). Originally it was butchers who sold their wares along it, nowadays it's spanned predominantly by jewellers and gold-smiths. We crossed over to the other side, up to Pitti Palace and then in search of food.

Daniel had given us recommendations for places ...

Art Appreciation Overload

A travel blog entry by skyisblu

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... l'Accademia, and save yourself 15 euros apiece. Almost. Even the best replica does not stand up to the original.

Phase II - Coffee break
Time - 7 mins
The big star - custardy pastries

No morning in Italy is complete without a stop at a local cafe. Cafe, Cappucino, pastries - yes please! Side note, if you are paying more than 1 euro for your cafe (read espresso), you're a ...

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Borgo Di Montereggi Limite Sull'Arno

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent