The season for this holiday is:
01 March - 15 November 2019
Hotel Alessandro Della Spina, 2 nights: 01 March - 15 November 2019
Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above
|Starting||Add on 2 nights||Single supplement|
|1 - 30 March||£104||£88|
|31 March - 31 October||£130||£112|
|1 - 13 November||£104||£88|
Includes accommodation and meals as described. No travel is included as it is assumed that you are travelling via the city as part of your main Inntravel holiday.
Getting between Pisa airport and the city (1km):
•Mover-bus: 8-minute journey, every 10 minutes
•Taxi: 10-minute journey
More information on Pisa airport here >
If you are flying via a different airport and would like us to arrange connecting travel, please contact us for a quotation.
Room upgrades (£ per person per night)
|Alessandro della Spina|
|Junior suite: 01 Mar - 15 Nov 2019||£20|
Extra nights (£ per person per night) in a double or single room
|Alessandro della Spina (B&B)||Double room||Single room|
|01 Mar - 30 Mar 2019||£46||£85|
|31 Mar - 31 Oct 2019||£57||£107|
|01 Nov - 13 Nov 2019||£46||£85|
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In Siena we enjoyed a lovely evening meal looking out to the town in Hotel Garden. We also ate in the Osteria Boccon del Prete (Via S Pietro 17) and Il Salotto (Via Camollia 34) and would recommed the delicatessen, both for pizza and pastries as well as foodie souvenirs (Menchetti, Via Pianigiani 5). The opera highlights concert advertised was a delight as was the tower option at the duomo. This was not just a climb up the tower for the view, but included walking at a high level inside with glimpses into the cathedral. The tower and public palace in Siena were both worth visiting.
Other highlights were the baptistry in Pisa and the botanical garden, the towers and frescoes in countless churches and public buildings in the hill top villages. In particular the interior of the duomo in San Gimignano and the museo civico, and the medieval art in the museum in Volterra.
[INNTRAVEL NOTE: Mr Young added a city stay in Pisa to his walking holiday in Tuecany.]