B&B Hotel Firenze City Center
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of B&B Hotel Firenze City Center
TripAdvisor Reviews B&B Hotel Firenze City Center Florence
Travel Blogs from Florence
... English. But mostly one is presented with the choice to dwell on the disappointments of all the things there simply isn't time to see and do, or focus on all the amazing things we are seeing. Florence was one of the main places that I am disappointed that we have so little time. We visited a square that had many sculptures and a replica of Michaelangelo's statute of David, but we were not able to visit the original. Never mind, plenty of reasons to ...
... Little Finger, I think of Machiavelli)
- Michelangelo Buonarroti- Thank goodness Lorenzo Medici took him into the palace to live and learn the art of sculpting and painting. His own father did not want him to become an artist. Can you imagine how more bland the world would be without his masterpieces gracing our world?
There were also some memorials put up to celebrate some Italians:
- Enrico Fermi- His work done ...
... a minor tornado touched down in Florence! Unexpected. The damage was enough to close the Boboli Gardens, and uproot all the trees in Piazza San Marco!
So, here we find ourselves in front of a gate at the Boboli Gardens. Two American college student/tourists try to get in – CLOSED! Poor girls, evidently this was a second attempt to get in, and it is still closed. They leave tomorrow. Well….a perfect reason for a return trip! ...
... best Lasagna! They sure know how to do things right around here.. Chris had a pasta dish with truffle sauce - also to die for. After dinner we walked around and came across a very neat shop that sold all sorts of wine, oil and vinegar. Chris got a bottle of wine and I splurged on 10 yr old balsamic vinegar ( a small bottle cost almost $50 Canadian) and some oil.. I will be very stingy with this when I get home lol!
... local restaurant in the piazza near home, it was actually one I had wanted to try after reading some reviews. Despite not being able to have a table outside we still had a great time. I had parpadelle and Holiday had gnocchi - pretty safe choices with the menu again only in Italian. Our waitress was really nice and patient with us, a nice change. The best part ...