Serristori Palace

Address: Lungarno Serristori, 13, Florence, Tuscany, Italy | Condo
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This condo, located on Lungarno Serristori, 13, Florence, is near Piazzale Michelangiolo, Italy and Wine, Tuscan Trails, and Museo dell'Opera di Santa Croce.
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    A final day of exploring

    A travel blog entry by s-ashmore-hayes on Jun 30, 2015

    ... decided to browse through all the photos we've taken whilst away, and reflect on our time, and its safe to say it really has been incredible, and we cannot believe its all over tomorrow! It has flown, but we've litetapoy had the time of our lives, and arw so grateful to have had thr opportunity! Though we had a little bit of a blowout on food and drinks for our last night, its safe to say that I start saving now, ready for the next ...

    The Uffizi is crowded

    A travel blog entry by lasveg1005 on May 26, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... sweaty and a little winded but my list in hand.

    I tell you that story to try to make a bigger point. Never try to see the Uffizi as part of a tour group that is only going there as another stop on a larger tour package. They will try to literally run you through the entire renaissance period in 60 minutes or less. Mary and I had to get out of the way of several, lest we get run over. Either take a tour offered by the Uffizi ...

    1000 steps

    A travel blog entry by maharseuropean on Jan 18, 2015

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... the inside was reasonably plain compared to the outside - just a plain white, but we soon found that it was to highlight the magnificent painting of the dome above. As we left the the Cathedral, Tony noticed that you could climb right to the very top, and, that directly opposite there was a bell tower, which you could also climb to the top of. Each had around 500 stairs! We decided to climb the bell tower first and the narrow corridors of ...

    Firenze: 1st day

    A travel blog entry by crosintheworld on Jun 14, 2014

    40 photos

    ... area waiting it to end... luckily we had some sculptures to make our waiting better and I took that time to get some "artistic" pictures of the sculptures, yes, David too... no, David wasn't taking artistic pictures... David is the most famous sculpture there, by Michelangelo.

    The biggest building in Piazza ...


    A travel blog entry by jessboss4 on Oct 11, 2013

    ... horrible. We find a little restaurant and get a pasta each. Yum. After we've eaten we feel a little better so we wander around and find a whole lot of markets to look at. We wander for an hour or so but as it's getting dark and cold and places are closing up we go back to the room. We hang around and spend time on our phones/iPad as there isn't much to do. We aren't tired or hungry and after a few hours it's 9pm and we don't know what to do! We have a chat ...