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Address: 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, Garden of St. Michael (Orsanmichele), and Church of 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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TripAdvisor Reviews Eurostudent Home Florence

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Travel Blogs from Florence

Nude & Food (It's Not What You Think)

A travel blog entry by diandron on Jun 11, 2013

30 photos

... also confesses that she has on occasion filled her water bottle with grappa! But all humor aside, Nat expertly gives us a sense of the complex nature of Michelangelo and how he turned a rejected piece of marble into one of the greatest pieces of art known to the world. Once inside the museum, Nat proudly introduces us to her boyfriend and points out the intricacies of this magnificent piece. Nat gives us time to admire David on our own (but ...

Under the Tuscan Sun

A travel blog entry by katephelan on Sep 24, 2012

2 photos

... in a central sqaure. I love a good people watching session. Next morning we put our sensible clothes on and headed back to Santa Maria Del Fiore to have a look inside. The outside is definitely more impressive than the inside, except the painting on the inside of the dome ceiling is beautiful. The rest of the day we spent casually exploring the streets, markets and shops again. For the evening we decided to try a traditional dinner that our bus about guide had recommended to us ...

Florence -- David, Sally and Bob

A travel blog entry by jeangray on Sep 22, 2011

3 photos

... marble. The golden dome is
beautiful, but we did not try to climb to it or to the top of the
bell tower. Our knees, legs, and hips are no longer young enough for
that! The doors on the Duomo, and both sets of doors on the
Baptistry are beautiful.
toward the Arno River on Florence's
great pedestrian mall, the “Via Calz” we finally reached the
Ponte Vecchio, where we were to meet Sally and Bob for lunch. Wonder
of ...

Not enough words for "Beautiful"

A travel blog entry by emijean on Feb 12, 2011

... almost) person we talked to "Come si dice _____in Italiano?" Not only did I pick up some fun phrases but I made moment friends with a bunch of Italians, who enjoyed my asking. My favorite was a vendor who was selling necklaces for 1 euro. I looked at him and said "Un euro? Come si dice "really" in Italiano?" I put my hand on my hip, tilted my head and gave a skeptical expression so he would get my meaning. He put his hand on his hip, tilted his head, gave ME ...

All the way to the top!

A travel blog entry by jennamariea on Jun 17, 2010

2 comments, 24 photos

... and a bit macabre if you look close enough. We wandered around this cathedral, which was begun in the 13th Century. The final piece of this Cathedral, the massive dome, was designed by Brunelleschi and built in the 15th century. Donatello made some of the stained glass windows inside the cathedral as well.
There are some archaeological exhibits underneath the Cathedral, so we went down there by a ...