Hotel Grifone Firenze

Address: Via G Pilati 20-22, Florence, Tuscany, 50136, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Campo di Marte area of Florence, is near National Enoteca, SMA Uffici, Pugi Marcello, and Mac & Idea.
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    Florence 2015

    A travel blog entry by rubberdown on Oct 18, 2015

    7 comments, 16 photos

    ... be easy to get places to stay as we traveled though the small towns of Germany ---wrong. It seems the harvesting of the grapes was happening and all hotels were full. Finally one hotel owner took pity on us and found us a room in a little hotel out of the main areas. The next day we road to Dornbirn near Lake Constance. We ended up riding around the lake the next day and spending time in Meersburg. This is where we would spend a couple of days if we ever come back. ...

    Falling In Love (with the city)

    A travel blog entry by alexa.coyle on Sep 06, 2015

    4 photos

    ... and I have eaten out pretty much every meal, due to the little time we have to grocery shop and everything. Once school starts and we get in a routine it'll be a lot easier. I got home from lunch around 4 pm and my roommates were out so I decided to explore Florence alone, which ended up being the best decision ever. It was so relaxing and I kind of got my bearings on the city. I came upon the cutest section of Florence (that I've found so far) where a man was sitting and playing ...

    Uffizi Gallery & Vasari Corridor

    A travel blog entry by ceesadventures on Jun 14, 2015

    14 photos

    ... was later continued by Alfonso Parigi and Bernardo Buontalenti and completed in 1581. The cortile (internal courtyard) is so long and narrow, and open to the Arno at its far end through a Doric screen that articulates the space without blocking it, that architectural historians[2] treat it as the first regularized streetscape of Europe. Vasari, a painter and architect as well, emphasised its perspective length by the matching facades' continuous roof cornices, and unbroken ...

    Ahhh Florence Darling!

    A travel blog entry by rjsands on May 01, 2015

    11 photos

    Florence is one of Italy's great cities.  In the late 1300's, the city rose to fame and fortune because of its craftsmen. Silk, wool, gold and leather guilds were formed and they became rich and powerful.  With cash to spare, the Florentines went into money lending and became bankers to the world.  By the late 1300's, Florence was one of the world's wealthiest and most diverse cities.  Prior to the 1400's, most art was controlled by the ...

    Under the Tuscan sun...

    A travel blog entry by lindaseuroblog on May 22, 2014

    10 photos

    ... looked like a big parking lot and were met by little trains that took us through the streets to the area of the tower. Very cute! The tower was amazing, but really, after 20 minutes we'd seen all we could see, including a lot of tourists trying to look like they were holding it up or pushing it over! We were glad we hadn't made the long trip there just to see the tower, but at the same time it was great to see it. We wandered off and got ...