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Vatican tours

Vatican City, also known as the Holy See, is a small independent and sovereign state. Vatican City is just 40 Km. It has a population of less than 1000 people. Vatican City gained its independence from Italy on February 11, 1929. In 2013, more than 5 million people visited the Vatican City. The Holy See is the seat of the Catholic religion and the Pope's house since 1378. The pope lives in the papal apartments in the Vatican church and the pope, the Basilica of San Pedro, is the Vatican One travel reviews of Vatican City is surrounded by Rome. Visitors enter Vatican City through the Plaza de San Pedro. The best way to walk the history of the Rome Vatican City is the Ponte San Angelo bridge. On deck, you get to Castel San Angelo, just outside the Vatican City. Castel San Angelo has a passage connecting the Vatican once used by fleeing potatoes. One travel reviews offer Where to Stay Near Vatican City Hotel Alimandi Vaticano Alimandi Hotel is situated right

Castle hotel

One travel reviews of castle hotels in Italy Staying in an Italian castle hotel can be very romantic. Here castles in Italy where you can spend the night and feel like a queen or a king. Some also have restaurants, thus if you do not want to spend the night, you can visit for take a meal  it’s time to enjoy the magic castle hotel . Tuscan Castle Hotel If you have always wanted to stay in a castle - or if your kids think is just great castles  Castello DI Valenzano May be the position for you Situated on a hill 500 meters above the Arno river valley, leaving out the mountains of Pratomagno Castello DI Valenzano like the palaces of their imagination, with columns, turrets and gargoyles notched protection. Constructed primarily of red brick and newer than some Italian castles, beautiful wedges, Gothic arched detailing and lines that give it as they would have built last week so fresh. The rooms are really spacious, decorated with period features marble floors, four-pos

Cave hotel

Cave hotels in matera Matera, in the southern region of Basilicata, Italy is famous for its Sassi, a city of cave houses carved into the soft tufa which is now a World Heritage Site by UNESCO churches. A fascinating thing to behave is to persist in a hotel in the Sassi cave. Sassi Hotels in caves that have been repaired and modernized and usually private bathroom, internet, air conditioning and heating. One travel reviews of cave hotels • Locanda DI San Martino Hotel and Spa Locanda DI San Martino is a 3 star hotel situated in an old church and the Sassi cave, about the center of Matera. It holds 28 rooms, each one is unique, some with views over four floors linked by transitions in the sway and heave. Way for four persons are available. From the terraces, there are beautiful vistas of the Sassi. On that point is besides an unusual pool tub. Take my review for more details of the hotel. One travel review of hotel Locanda DI San Martino Hotel and