Bigallo Hostel

Address: Bigallo e Apparita 14, Florence, Tuscany, 50012, Italy | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Tuscany Bike Tours, Accidental Tourist, I Bike Tuscany, and Truffle experience in Tuscany.
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      Travel Blogs from Florence

      Florence, Italy

      A travel blog entry by melissalawrence on Oct 08, 2014

      6 comments, 133 photos

      ... of the streets are one way and and people cross whenever they want, and the cars just go around you or slow down. The details, once again, are amazing on every building, including the flower boxes hanging on the apartments as well as the window panes, some of them open. As we turned into the block of our friends apartment, we saw her hanging out her window waving to us, so we found the right place! We showered and she excitedly told us it was 5 euro wing night, and so of course (especially ...

      Our last day in Florence and The Uffizi

      A travel blog entry by bridget.boccini on Jul 04, 2014

      34 photos

      ... our best to avoid stepping on the tombs out of respect for the deceased. The tombs and monuments of the more prominent people, like the famous scientists, artists, etc lined the walls and had huge monuments. After Santa Croce we did a little more shopping, Thérèse got a purse and two scarves and Bridget got a custom made belt. Our negotiating skills were not very effective; we did get a lower price but we started too high. Oh well, ...

      Days 7 & 8 - Make a legal U-Turn when possible....

      A travel blog entry by custrdcar on Jul 02, 2014

      14 photos

      ... similar to U.S. highways. In fact, other than not being able to read the signs, I found it to be even easier than driving in Australia. Once we arrived in Florence though, my perspective quickly changed. We hit Florence at about 6:30pm, clearly still their rush hour. In some ways it reminded me of India ... there would be two lanes, but 4 lanes of cars packed into it and motorbikes would fly by in the narrowest of gaps. As we got closer to the hotel the tourists crowded ...

      Differences are just a way of LIVING

      A travel blog entry by schreinski on Dec 16, 2013

      ... Lady Gaga, Shakira, Spice Girls, Skinny, and also, "OMG look at that butt"!
      72) Ice Cubes are almost non existent - No ice makers
      73) No oven to bake nummy things! Some apartments have them, but I just wasn't spoiled enough
      74) You will never eat another banana, apple, canned corn, pasta, or pizza in your entire life - because trust me...that's all we eat
      75) You will have to ask your parents for money no matter how much you have put away in your bank ...

      Roma, now Firenze

      A travel blog entry by nashira2116 on Jul 10, 2013

      10 photos

      ... Vatican is a process. Firstly, it's a country separate to Italy. So there are the famous Swiss guards and a security check. We were dropped off outside the 20 metre high walls and waltzed in past all the queues of people. We went through security and up the highest and longest escalator I've ever seen. At the top was a piazza with a view of the dome of St Peter in the background. We stopped there so Donatella could prepare us for the Vatican museum glimpse and the Sistern Chapel. ...