B&B La Casa dei Tintori

Address: Corso dei Tintori, 33, Florence, Tuscany, 50122, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Piazza de Signoria, Piazza del Duomo, Italy and Wine, and Tuscan Trails.
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My first night in Florence

A travel blog entry by krister80 on Oct 12, 2014

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... price I paid. He showed me a different room but it wasn't any better. I asked the cancellation policy and he said I would be charged for one night. I decided to stay for the night at least. After getting settled I went out exploring. First impression, great shopping. I could see all the leather right away but I knew I needed to learn the secrets before doing any buying. I then stumbled upon Al Duomo, the largest and most beautiful church at the center of the city. I walked a ...

Getting cultured in Florence

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 23, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... in the late 14th century and remained in control until 1737. They made their money in banking and textiles and patronized a dream team of Renaissance artists that put Florence on the cultural map. Michelangelo, who spent his teen years living with the Medici, is one of the artists they nurtured and supported. In the 15th century, the Medici Bank was the largest in Europe. This family’s success helped finance the Italian Renaissance. Today, ...

The Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Jun 03, 2014

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... by masters such as Raphael and Titian that rivals even the Vatican and Uffizi galleries.

We entered the Boboli Gardens first, and spent the next 2-hours exploring this beautifully landscaped park, which gradually rises uphill by a series of terraces that require a good deal of climbing by means of stairways and sloping pathways. The Medici had a Roman-inspired amphitheater built in the garden immediately behind the Pitti Palace, complete with an ...

Italy continued

A travel blog entry by merlest54 on Apr 23, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... we were able to almost become part of the community atmosphere. We didn’t eat out once in Bellano but instead frequented an amazing gourmet deli which sold not only the usual cheeses, hams (so many types of ham) and condiments but also delicious freshly prepared meals. Each day something different and at a fraction of the cost of eating out. A pastry/cake/chocolate shop a couple of doors down also earned a visit from us a couple of ...

For the Love of Art

A travel blog entry by linpep on Apr 16, 2013

4 photos

... has gone through some changes and had a different layout than the last time I was there. I really like the flow of it.

Virtual tour on this site: http://www.sbas.fi.it/english/musei/acc ademia/visita/

The highlights are of course Michelangelo's work. The David...amazing. We were also fortunate enough to be there when they had a display of ...