Eurostudent Home

Address: Via Pellicceria, 1, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | Hostel
 
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Location

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

Pisa, Lucca, Venice and everything in between

A travel blog entry by laurenashmc on Jun 16, 2013

5 photos

... going to be contemporary art, but i was picturing something like the Guggenheim again where it was just paintings on the wall, but each one was different. I will post pictures on facebook because it's almost impossible to explain in words, but the Biennale was definitely a once in a life time opportunity, and i'm so happy i got to go.
We spent a good 5 or 6 hours there, and ended up walking home along the grand canal, so we decided ...

Day 8 - Florence - Wed 19.09.12

A travel blog entry by currie2012 on Sep 19, 2012

3 photos

... be a good time to see the statue of David, cos no one else would have thought of that. We found a huge, miserable line of extremely wet people. Give it a miss this time, let's drop into The Duomo, have a sit down and dry off a bit. Found a short line and in we went. We started going up some stairs, then some more, then some more spiral stairs - we were in the line to climb to the top. Easier then the last dome climb, ...

Delta Zeta takes over Florence

A travel blog entry by aeseeger on Feb 13, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... site see! We went to the Black Bar and I had my first chicken panini, which was to die for, and than we went inside the duomo church. Words cannot even begin to describe how beautiful it is! Sarah, Paige and I wanted to take Cassy to the top of the duomo, but we couldn't figure out how to do it so we settled for some shopping. After a long and successful day of shopping and site seeing we were starving again, so we headed to Moyo around 8 p.m. for some aperitivo or appetizers/ ...

Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by ironchefmeister on Apr 24, 2011

1 comment, 16 photos

... hung out there for a little bit watching a bunch of kids playing pick up soccer, like they do with basketball back home. We went to a mom and pop place for dinner, and before we even ordered the son, probably about 11 years old, did something to upset the dad then ran away to hide and for about 10 minutes the owner stomped around waving his hands and making a scence throwing his notepad and trying to rip it in half. I'm sure he was pretty mad for a ...

We have walked our feet off again!

A travel blog entry by aussiewanderers on Sep 03, 2010

3 comments, 17 photos

... up a steep hill to the Piazzale Michelangelo to view Florence.

Dad decided that we haven't walked enough, and made us walk up even more hills (mountains), and down a couple more too, up a few more until we reached the Forte di Belvedere. After that, dad took us down yet another steep hill (mountain) and we stopped off for lunch at the bottom. I had a ham and cheese Panini. We then continued again over the Ponte Vecchio ...