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Good town...

Small little town. Very easily covered by walk. Nothing much to see but what ever present only... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2016
Shivrajvadva
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Mangalore, India
stop and admire

Small if compared with cities like Florence but anyway worth a look and a click. You encounter it... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2014
travelmylife68
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Roma, Italia
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24 Aug 2016
“Good town...”
24 Jun 2016
“Unforgettable Town, Unforgettable Hotel. Unforgettable Staff”
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

Small little town. Very easily covered by walk. Nothing much to see but what ever present only enough for the city.

2  Thank Shivrajvadva
Reviewed 25 June 2016

This was an unforgettable experience in the small town of Monte San Savino. Hotel was excelent, excellent location. Staff was very helpful, and we were very soon friends with them. Always smiling, and the always made us smile. Nothing was a problem for them. We...More

Thank Mehmet T
Reviewed 18 June 2016

This small space with elegant colonnade is as fine as almost anything you will find in Florence. Opposite is the Palazzo Del Monte, the Town Hall. You can walk through to get to the splendid gardens. The Palazzo is a fine example of Renaissance architecture....More

Thank Jon I
Reviewed 13 May 2014

Small if compared with cities like Florence but anyway worth a look and a click. You encounter it for sure along your walk in monte San savino

2  Thank travelmylife68
Reviewed 8 January 2014

Built during the 15-16th centuries, this elegant market space is constructed of pietra serna, a green-blue stone from the quarries near Florence, ornamented with columns with Corinthian capitals.

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