Villa Camerata Youth Hostel

Viale Augusto Righi 2/4., Florence, Tuscany, 50137, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Viale Augusto Righi 2/4., Florence, is near Pugi Marcello, Mac & Idea, Fiamma CG, and Sarallo Sport.
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    Another Day in Florence

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jun 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... The shops were close by, so we could hurry with that.

    From the shops we walked past the Duomo and on to the Leonardo Di Vinci museum. It was not what I expected at all but such fun. It is a small museum that contains drawings and by the drawings are the items made out of wood. Some are things that you can touch and work. So, for example, his drawing of the helicopter is there with a made up model. Models for his parachute, water wheel, ...

    Firenze to Rome

    A travel blog entry by katem74 on Sep 22, 2012

    1 comment

    Today was a travelling day. We were up early, had breakfast and the van packed by 10am. Alex was dosed up on travel sickness meds so he could sit in the rear of the van, away from Josh, and get some piece and quiet. So I scored the seat with Josh. But he was in a pretty chipper mood. With an iPad to play on he was quietly entertained for most of the journey. Today we moved on from our Tuscan Villa in Figline Vildarni to Rome. According to Google maps is should be about a 2.5 hour ...

    A tryst in the tale

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Aug 04, 2011

    25 photos

    ... contribute and be truly great.

    But beyond that, in this city where the mortal remains of so many notable figures to whom we attribute almost mythical status lay, I was also reminded of the power of the individual to contribute to greater good through their life's endeavours and in doing so, to shape the future for generations they will never know.

    With these thoughts in mind, I wound my way back to Piazza Santa Croce feeling quite euphoric. I parked myself at ...


    A travel blog entry by djk_au on Apr 28, 2011

    27 photos

    ... dates back to the 1400s and is lovely with frescoed ceilings. It is in a great location right near the Ponte Vecchio
    and also very close to the Palazzo Pitti. It is in a tiny little street that is more like a laneway, and the ambience around here is really great - lots of small restaurants and bars. It is exactly how foreigners imagine Florence to be I guess.

    Here is a link to the website for our apartment:


    Florence without pisa

    A travel blog entry by adetsg on Jun 07, 2010

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... such as having computer and toilet in the dorm. The breakfast provided is good as well as they would give you a wide variety of sets to choose from.

    Basically, food is expensive in Florence. I paid 8 euros for a small bowl of eggplant with cheese at a small shop and 10 euros for a large gelato. I felt that I was extorted.

    We strolled along the streets aimlessly and ...