Albergo Giovanni da Verrazzano

Address: Piazza G. Matteotti 28, Greve, Tuscany, 50022, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Piazza G. Matteotti 28, Greve, is near Castello di Verrazzano, Piazza Matteotti, Chianti Road, and Antinori Winery.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbergo Giovanni da Verrazzano Greve

      Reviewed by gregad

      Find somewhere else

      Reviewed May 13, 2012
      by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Unfriendly staff, restaurant was very good, rooms are adequate but very noisy. Breakfast included and very simple. Very convenient to Chianti region but there are better options in the area

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Giovanni da Verrazzano Greve

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      Travel Blogs from Greve

      Under the Tuscan Sun

      A travel blog entry by kyleandsammy on Sep 16, 2014

      12 photos

      ... their little ones off to school again this morning. A couple cappuccinos and espresso later, we had a lovely walk around town and ended up at the mercado, the market. We required some sustenance to get us through our lazy day, so we struggled to find some dip, deli meat, and crackers. As Kyle so obviously and frustratingly pointed out, "It's all in Italian!" We managed and made the long and very steep trek back to our ...

      Monday evening, dinner with Carla And Forese

      A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 07, 2014

      6 photos

      ... he wanted to show us stuff too. We stepped outside to his courtyard, kiss kiss, and wow. The little courtyard was no bigger than a garage. The border around the courtyard was packed with terra cotta urns with massive perfect citrus trees, mainly lemon, and pots of herbs, basil, parsley, sage, strawberries, lavender. All the plants were picture perfect, not a caterpillar or leaf curl or chewed anything. No spots on the fruit, awesome. Totally chemical free of course. In the middle ...

      Chianti, Montefioralle: Lamole, lunch

      A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 05, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... showed us where he lived, and through a passer by interpreter with a group of clients, he let us know there was a local market on in Greve today. Great , we will call in on our way out.
      Not much at the markets, nothing locally made, much like markets at home really, good for locals, not for tourists.
      We were really looking forward to today as we are having lunch at a restaurant we went to last time, Ristoro Di Lamole pronounced La-mol-lay. It is the ...

      Day 8 - Saturday 13th July

      A travel blog entry by christinedorio on Jul 13, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... by their families. After a tour of their magnificent grounds, vineyards, olive groves, wine making cellars and cattle quarters and the like, we settle in for a traditional lunch of bruschetta, Tuscan style, pasta Ragu, salami and prosciutto with cheeses and salad and delicious wines with each course. All the food and drink is grown, produced and prepared on the family farm. With full bellies we drive the short distance to the walled ...

      Day 9: Florence

      A travel blog entry by heathertunstall on Dec 10, 2012

      3 photos

      ... rest of the group and all went into Santa Maria Novella, which was unbelievable. A 13-century church built on a 10-century cemetery and site, it housed original paintings on which Michelangelo worked, and stained glass windows, frescos, sculptures and tombs from the 11-16 centuries. Just fascinating. Afterward, we ate dinner on the piazza then headed back to the apartment to relax for the rest of the evening. Another Florentine day ...