Ostello Del Chianti

Via Roma 137, Florence, Tuscany, 50028, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Via Roma 137, Florence, is near Organic Tuscany, Castello di Monsanto, Antinori Winery, and San Cristoforo.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOstello Del Chianti Florence

Reviewed by amy_goes

Ostello Del Chianti

Reviewed May 16, 2011
by (5 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

A great stay at this hostel. Sylvia (front desk) was friendly and knowledgeable. Breakfast was included in the price. Internet was free although there was only one computer. It was a five minute walk from the shops and restaurants of the town square which was great for practicing my rudimentary Italian! It's a good location if you want a quiet country retreat.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Ostello Del Chianti Florence

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