B&B Kinga

Address: Via Cavour,25, Vicchio, Tuscany, 50039, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Cavour,25, Vicchio, is near Mercato di San Lorenzo and Ombretta.
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Travel Blogs from Vicchio

Off to Florence

A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Sep 24, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... It is in the Piazzale Michelangelo. All good information. If we miss out on the original we can still see the bronze. We walked back past the Accademia and the lines were still huge. We walked up to the entry to see there was a sign up saying that "due to a staff meeting", they will close at 5:15. There is no way all those people will get in. Lot of walking today, so early dinner and early to bed as we will be up early ...

A day to roam Florence

A travel blog entry by melissa2014 on May 22, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... purses, but didn't buy anything (yet...). After a lunch of margherita pizza, we went inside Santa Croce church. This is the church where hundreds of people are buried, including Galileo, Michelangelo, Machiavelli and Rossini. It was a beautiful church full of sculptures and artwork. We finished the tour by going through the leather school attached to the back of the church. We were able to see artists handcrafting leather goods. Then, of course, time to ...

A Rainy Day in Firenze

A travel blog entry by gritaly2013 on Oct 07, 2013

4 photos

Our first full day in Florence started out rainy and then got rainier... but that didn't dampen our enthusiasm for exploring this beautiful city. After a leisurely breakfast, we headed to the Mercato Centrale, the central market, where they sell meat, fish, cheese, pasta, bread, wine, oil, fruit, and vegetables. It's a sensory experience not to be missed, and to quote Rick Steves, the European ...

The Last Supper (in Italy)

A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 13, 2013

3 photos

... side of the Duomo, we paused often as the line stopped moving, and we were able to enjoy some breaths of fresh air at several points along the way. The dome was worth our climb because of its historical significance. The entire church was constructed in the hopes that one day someone would figure out the technology to build a dome over its transept. Brunelleschi figured it out, an architectural marvel of the Renaissance. We owed to him to ...


A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl on Apr 04, 2013

21 photos

... makes it so good. The street our apartment was on had a big market every day, where stands sold all sorts of things but mostly items made of leather. Belts, purses, jackets, bracelets, journals, bookmarks... lots of leather, and (especially the jackets) all incredibly soft. I'd never liked leather jackets before, and I still don't really like the idea of wearing a dead animal skin on your back, but I have started to think ...