La Signoria di Firenze B&B
No availability 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?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of La Signoria di Firenze B&B
TripAdvisor Reviews La Signoria di Firenze B&B Florence
Travel Blogs from Florence
Today marked our last morning in Tuscany and the final leg of our journey with a bus ride to Florence. One thing we've realized is that as romantic as it sounds to stay on a vineyard, it's not all that you might think. Essentially you're in an out building on a working farm. The views and setting we're stunning but with no room or maid service, no a/c, little hot water and bugs galore, the three night stay was quite ...
... nights. I was in too much of a rush to argue and I just didn't really care. Once I paid, I ran to La Spezia Central train station as it started to pour with rain. I already had a train ticket to Florence but it was for a later train, but I risked it and got on a earlier train that was just about to leave. I just hoped that I would not get kicked off. As I settled into my seat on the train I turned on my iPhone to listen to music. I put my ...
... was the place for steak. We were told right! We enjoyed a "Steak for Two" that was reminiscent of the "Old 96er" from the movie The Great Outdoors. It was delicious. Following dinner, we enjoyed the up sights and sounds of Florence at night. There was an orchestra concert at a nearby square, and other street musicians throughout another areas of the city. We had a nice, relaxing ...
... their elaborate carved images, the cisterns, the arenas, some villas, sections the city walls (which are dotted throughout Rome in giant chunks as are many other amazing Roman remains such as the famous baths), the extraordinary engineering and the imposing sight of it all.Second stage of root canal job and as I wait for Jonny at the dentist I observe the receptionists who are so friend kind and warm and chat uninhibitedly yet ...
... by Boomer next day before setting off for Pisa.
What a surprise! Not sure what I expected in Pisa , other than a leaning tower, ( that really DOES lean) but the group of buildings including the tower, baptistry and cathedral within its grassed walled enclosure was wonderful. Could have stayed for hours, but Florence called.
The only campsite open all year in Florence is in the grounds of a 16th century villa that is ...