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This tabernacle as with many in Florence is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and located along via Nazionale since 1850. This one dates from 1522 and takes its name from the seven cherub heads that dispense water into a basin below the tabernacle. The tabernacle displays the Madonna and Child along with Saints Jacopo, Lorenzo, Giovannino and others. It was...
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Large piazza, interesting fleamarket/antiques on Sundays"
reviewed March 3, 2019 by David M
Well away from the crowded centre, and rather run down, we stumbled upon it on a Sunday when there was a really interesting - and very substantial - antiques market. Some really unusual things on display. The market ran over most of the piazza. Not sure it would be worth a visit if it weren't for the market, though.
There is the archaeological area filled with Roman and Etruscan ruins, a archaeological museum and a small cafe. We only visited the ruins and did not go into the museum. It was a foggy morning but the sight of the Roman theater was very cool. It only took about 30-45 minutes to walk the ruins but would definitely recommend for...
We came across this Osteria as we checked into Florence a day earlier than anticipated. A great Osteria that had traditional Tuscan food on offer and other regions as well.
The portions were very generous and the prices were very fair. Pizza was good, pasta was great. Tagliere offered us a great start to our meal as we were all...
Great culinary experience with Indian dishes. One of the best meals we had in Italy - truly an unexpected surprise after an earlier disappointment in a different city. Even though the place was crowded, the service was great and the meals came out hot and sumptuous. Had several dishes at an extremely reasonable price. Truly a great find in the...
A little off the beaten path, and full of local folks this is one of my favorite places in Florance to eat. The pizzas come from the traditional oven and have some great flavor twists. The beef is a real feature. All the pasta is hand-made. Make a reservation.
"Very professional, competent and friendly staff. Excellent Spa! Impressive patio."
reviewed 2 weeks ago by 429sascham
We enjoyed our stay in this beautiful hotel very much. The Spa was excellent, one of the most beautiful patios I've ever seen. The room was nicely decorated and perfectly clean. The WLAN connection should be faster for business purposes.
My wife booked this trip for my birthday.
We cancelled our trip from uk to Florence, due to the corona virus.
The hotel have been extremely generous and offered for us to stay another time without any charges.
I have to say that this is a really nice gesture from the hotel and greatly appreciated, as it’s not through insurance...
My husband & I loved this place! We plan to stay there again. Great location, clean hotel, delicious variety at breakfast & wonderful staff. Sat in garden while waiting for train. Lots of tasty restaurants right near hotel. Easily walked everywhere. Gelato readily accessible near hotel.
From the moment you enter the lobby, you will experience all the best of Florence hospitality! The staff is exceptional, the hotel is modern and yet maintains an old world charm making our stay fantastic. Explore the hotel roof garden terrace for a truly Italian experience!
A modest hotel, just ten rooms, but well run and in an excellent location. Reasonably priced (around 60 euros a night including breakfast). The room are a reasonable size with big windows, flat screen TV, WiFi that works, reasonable shower. Breakfast is more than adequate, a good continental breakfast with coffee, juice, yoghurt, bread, croissant, cheese and butter. The host...