Argentiere B&B Residence
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of Argentiere B&B Residence
TripAdvisor Reviews Argentiere B&B Residence Florence
Travel Blogs from Florence
... jewelry and leather shops in Florence. We were given no time to shop! Sob!!! I have been in Italy for 5 days and have bought myself nothing. This is true dedication to history and art. After a great Itailan lunch, we reached the Basilica of Santa Cruce. This was my favorite stop in Florence. Santa Cruce was built in the shape of a cross in the 12th century. It is the burial place for an incredible amount ...
Today was another busy day on our tour of Italy. This was our full day in Florence and we were all keen to squeeze in as much as we (or should that be our legs and feet) could handle.
The plan was to visit three museum/ galleries, do some shopping, eat some food, walk all around the city and be back in our apartment by 9pm...mission accepted!
It was a much nicer and more civilised 7:30am wake up call this morning, ...
... of 414 steps to the top- but it was worth it with amazing panoramic views!!! To finish off a day of sightseeing I visited the Santa Croce basilica. A church that holds the tombs of Galileo and Michaeloangelo. The inside of this church is so beautiful with gorgeous stained glass and frescos. To finish off a massive day, we went up to Piazza Michaeloangelo on the hills above Florence for beautiful panoramic views. We then ventured outside the city into the Tuscan hills for ...
After being disappointed in the Boboli Gardens during our first afternoon in Florence (i.e. the disrepair of the water fountains in particular . . . see FB post), things could only get better, right? And they did. Once again we had made arrangements with a private tour guide to show us the highlights of this remarkable city, and we struck gold one more time. We met our guide Michele (pronounced mick-eh-le) promptly at 9:15 at the Piazza ...
... into the Baptistry, the oldest building still standing in Florence. Although it is not used with its original purpose today, the inside is exquisite and ornate. Then we proceeded to the Cathedral just behind the Baptistry which is too magnificent for a picture to really show the detail on its facade as well as its majesty. We were lucky enough to go underneath the Cathedral to see the original foundation of the church that preceded the Cathedral. It was awesome walking on ...