Granduca Hotel

Address: Via Statale del Brennero 13, San Giuliano Terme, Tuscany, 56017, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Via Statale del Brennero 13, San Giuliano Terme, is near Duomo, Duomo Pisa, Camposanto, and Museo dell'Opera del Duomo.
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Travel Blogs from San Giuliano Terme

A Weekend in Paradise.

A travel blog entry by kailynkordonowy on Sep 27, 2013

90 photos

... ocean! How crazy is that?! It was the clearest water I have ever seen. You can see crystal clear about fifteen feet down, straight to the floor. They also don't have sand which was a little strange its all rocks. But so blue and clear. We swam probably a quarter of a mile off shore to these cliffs that everyone was jumping off of. Just the weaving streets with the clothes drying in the slight ocean breeze was ...

To lean or not to lean...

A travel blog entry by jb_dh_eurotrip on Jun 04, 2013

19 photos

... it, except with more vendors and black guys doing some kinda white-faced minstrel act. I think they were supposed to be someone famous, all they were to me was hilarious. The weather was perfect for the first time since we have been in Italy, so we made our obligatory "holding up the tower" pictures and headed to dinner. We luckily were given some dinner entertainment when we saw the most courteous attempt at bicycle theft I have ever seen. This random ...

Siena and Assisi

A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Oct 12, 2012

1 comment, 2 photos

... of winning the race, 3 laps around, while thousands watch from the centre. It has run continuously since 1649. Visited the Duomo dedicated to Saint Catherine of Siena with a local guide. Travelled to Assisi, what a magnificent town! It is high up on a hill, overlooking a beautiful agricultural valley. The cathedral was built in honour of Saint Francis. When I was young, a great aunt, who was very religious used to read to ...

The Leaning Tower. Yes it does indeed.

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Sep 23, 2012

11 photos

... are Vernazza, Maarola, Corniglia and Monterosso. No one in their right mind today would ever bother to farm, build and live on these steep cliffs but in the 7th century some people did to escape from the bad guys. I dont think there is anything left from first settlement, apparently most of the buildings today are from the 'high Middle Ages', a confusing time frame that I presume means around the 14th century. Didnt ...

New Year...let's Go

A travel blog entry by marymichael84 on Jan 15, 2012

70 photos

... decided to buy a nice cake and some candles to celebrate Elise’s 21st. It’s in a couple of weeks and since we couldn’t be there we decided to have a mini celebration tonight. Went down a treat….Mary does have
great ideas ….such a big heart (that’s why I married her…)

We all walked back to the hotel and made plans to meet, in the morning, at the hotel at 7.50 to walk to the train station. It was very ...