Florence Youth Hostel

Via della Condotta, 4, Florence, Tuscany, 50122, Italy | Hostel
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Tuscany

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne

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We leave Rome, having thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and continued the tradition of always having the biggest night just before having a day of transit.. On the super fast trains it would only take us 1.5hrs to get to Florence from Rome. We had a mid day train and rolled into Florence in the arvo. We chilled and settled in, seeing as we had a private …

Firenze & Notte Bianca

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns

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Notte Bianca
My arrival in Firenze coincided with arguably one of its most exciting nights of the year, Notte Bianca. The entire city seems alive with entertainment in the street, museums open all night, crowds everywhere you turn. My map listed 47 official performance venues spanning every type of music. Marching bands with trailing fans and …

Firenze, Toscana

A travel blog entry by tissnseven

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Dissapointed. we woke up to cloudy and slightly raining, cold weather. i know i like florence cause it is small and cute but still with things to see and a nice art history, medici family etc. but today was a bit ******. the cold weather and all the pickpocket worries. construction and sleezy guys everywhere. expensive admission prices. we saw …

Day 23 Florence/ Rome

A travel blog entry by rachelandnick

32

From Nice to Florence was another long trip through very mountainous territory. In order for the passage to be smooth there are now 173 tunnels through the mountains and hills. Would have taken 173 years to put them in in Australia! Before Florence, we made a pit stop in the town of Pisa to see one of the biggest architectural stuff ups in history. The tower wasn't on as much of a lean as we thought, but was still a cool sight. ...

Michelangelo's David

A travel blog entry by holdfast

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... buying, but just looking at all their wares on show.

Next stop was the Palazzo Vecchio. This was Florence's town hall before one of the Medici family took control of it after they assumed control of Florence. It was very grand and you could stay in there for hours looking at the detail on the walls and ceilings. The hall of maps was very interesting. This is where the rulers had their cartographers make maps of other regions and ...

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This hostel, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Museo Nazionale del Bargello (Bargello Museum), Badia Fiorentina, and Palazzo Gondi.
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