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Via Pellicceria, 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near The Original and Best Walking Tours, Artviva, Church of Orsanmichele, and Garden of St. Michael (Orsanmichele).
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEurostudent Home Florence

Reviewed by montseyjuaco

Nice but with a big drawback

Reviewed Apr 12, 2013
by (6 reviews) Santiago , Chile Flag of Chile

Each day you were kicked out and could not use the facilities of the hostel from 10AM to 5 PM for reasons beyond my understanding.

Othe than that it wa fine, clean (not too clean) and had a nice vibe mainly because of the guests more than the host.

Free sangria was nice (on fridays and saturdays)

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Reviewed by tonyinghana

Great location, terrible everything else

Reviewed Feb 20, 2011
by (2 reviews) Minnetonka , United States Flag of United States

Old beds, no towels or amenities available, paper thin walls, no common room past midnight since it doubles as a workers bedroom, power goes out a lot, owner smokes in the kitchen, staff are not helpful at all, can't be there between 11-5, 2 bathrooms for a hostel that sleeps like 30 people. Oh yeah, and on my last day I found bed bugs. Don't stay here.

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Travel Blogs from Florence

Shopping in Florence

A travel blog entry by arnies on Nov 12, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

... away from Ponte Vecchio bridge - ask the locals if you get lost and they will tell you where he is). His shop has a red sign in the window which says Matiar. The best thing is that he gives a 10% discount in lieu of the tax free deal Australians can get, so we don't have to claim it back at Duty Free on return. We found him to be very informative and honest. And he speaks great English. However, it also worth checking ...

Two women, two weeks, three countries

A travel blog entry by kstriegel on Apr 03, 2012

2 comments

... to Mama Holland, the French couple can always remember the moment she captured (the man’s knee most likely had a bruise the next day from how long he had to kneel for the picture). That French couple will always remember the American lady who took way too long to take their picture seconds after being engaged. C’est la vie.

  • Felt like home as ...

  • Florence/Firenze Where The Renaissance Still Lives

    A travel blog entry by studt.family on May 23, 2011

    3 comments, 50 photos

    ... different from Venice because it’s a bigger city - more people, more traffic. Here drivers just don’t stop for pedestrians. I have unexpected contact with people who just don’t move over or make way on the sidewalk - even men will bump my shoulder or my bag and don’t turn around to apologize. And women ...

    How beautiful can one city be??

    A travel blog entry by youngadventure on Jul 29, 2010

    14 photos

    ... little was I to know that around the next corner the Basilica would drop my jaw. Honestly it was beauty after beauty around every corner. The colours of pink, peach, yellow, red and blue just seemed to jump out from everywhere angle. The Dome of the Basilica loomed ahead so we decided that we would go for a climb.

    The line to climb the Dome was amazingly long and with three kids it just wasnt feasible and after 2 minutes in ...

    The Duomo and the Galleria degli Uffizi

    A travel blog entry by arabesquesunset on Jan 03, 2008

    10 photos

    ... We were also building anticipation for walking out to see the view from the very top of the tower.

    Seeing that view, I have to say, was one of the highlights of the trip. Though Florence wasn't exactly my favorite city, the experience of the incredible climb, and seeing the view of the entire city from so high up was more than I could ask for from that beautiful Duomo. From every angle, you could look out and see the very edges of the city, whether ...