Florentia B&B

Address: Via Fra' Jacopo Passavanti 49, Florence, Tuscany, 50133, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Fra' Jacopo Passavanti 49, Florence, is near Sinagoga (Synagogue) and Jewish Museum, Palazzo Capponi, Fiamma CG, and Sarallo Sport.
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Last Day in Firenze Sad and Happy...

A travel blog entry by wendy2007 on Oct 16, 2015

1 comment, 35 photos

... smoke, wear dresses, use their umbrellas, and carry their dogs all while biking.
*Italians must be the best parellel parkers ever, I'm amazed at the small spaces they slide into, I would need twice that much space to attempt it.
*Mammas and Babbo's (daddy's) use their strollers, they are not umbrella strollers they are sturdy big ones to handle the cobble stones.
*Dogs are very loved here, small ones and huge ones live in the city and are faithfully taken out by ...

Walking Florence

A travel blog entry by kara-yonluggage on Sep 07, 2015

3 comments, 199 photos

... our list was to check out one of the markets in Florence. We decided to head to the biggest - Piazza del Mercato Centrale. Our apartment host said this place has a ton of options for food so we headed over after that climb to the top of the Duomo! We were hungry and thirsty. There was a ton of options to choose from and we wished we could go back again on Sunday (it was closed on Sundays) to try even more food. We ended up trying ...

Firenze (Florence) - capital of gold & leather

A travel blog entry by np888 on Jun 18, 2015

8 photos

What can I say - you can't come to Italy without buying a handbag so I did.

Today was a big day in Tuscany.

This morning we had a walking tour around Florence to see the sights. It is a beautiful city with an amazing basilica. We also went to the museum to see the famous statue of David. I am not really into art and sculptures but having a great tour guide does make it interesting when you hear about the amount of work ...

Relaxing into the Renaissance...

A travel blog entry by hannistrong on May 09, 2015

1 comment, 36 photos

... of the "zona traffica limitada" or ZTL. In the center of Firenze, only taxis and delivery vehicles are allowed, so there's less Rome-like chaotic frenzy of speeding Vespas, honking horns, and giant tour buses. There are still thousands of people on the street, however, but Firenze seems to be a much more human scale than Rome.

We circumnavigated the Duomo, braved the quick line to enter the cathedral, and marveled at how very different it ...


A travel blog entry by lyndalw on Jan 29, 2015

2 comments, 52 photos

... see it!!

From there we walked over the Arno River on the Ponte Vecchio, Florence's iconic bridge dating from 1345 (originally with butcher shops but since the 16th century a bunch of jewellery shops) and then across to the leather markets. We perused this market without making a purchase and note that they all seem to be in cahoots with each other - no room to bargain or flexibility with pricing. We walked past the Duomo on Piazza di San Giovanni ...

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