Park Palace Hotel

Address: Piazzale Galileo 5, Florence, Tuscany, I-50125, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the South Florence area of Florence, is near Pitti Palace (Palazzo Pitti) and Via Faenza.
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    Where the Renaissance Reigns

    A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Apr 11, 2015

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    Today we started out early to try to get into line for the Uffuzi Gallery before it opens. Unfortunately, so did everyone else, so we decided to book tickets for the next afternoon and headed off to accomplish some of the other things on our list...

    First we went to the octagonal Baptisitery San Giovanni, dedicated appropriately to St. John the Baptist, patron saint of Florence. The Baptistry, a common feature many cathedral complexes, is ...

    Michelangelo and DaVinci are Da coolest

    A travel blog entry by frankandlaura on Jan 02, 2015

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    ... painting, The Birth of Venus by Botticelli, which was a fun experience. We spent about two hours in the gallery then left so as to avoid another Sisteen Chapel incident. We spent the rest of the evening window shopping on the Ponte Vecchio, which was right outside our hotel. It translates to "old bridge" and is one of the iconic sights in Florence. We had dinner on top of the hotel since Frank wasn't feeling well and enjoyed an amazing view. Tomorrow we hike to the top of the ...

    Meeting David at Piazza della Signoria

    A travel blog entry by kurodatenshi on Nov 18, 2014

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    ... Signoria was built in the 13th century and is Florence's most important square. Aside from being home to David's most prominent replica, it also has a free gallery of renowned sculptures (copies too, but hey, they're still art) so naturally we had to visit.


    Pisa & Pepo

    A travel blog entry by pinards on May 07, 2014

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    Today we wanted to take a day trip to Lucca and Pisa! We looked up the train times and decided it was best to jump on the 9:30 train to Lucca and then stay for a few hours and then we could take any train that left every 30 minutes to Pisa and then back to Firenze. When we arrived at the Firenze train station, we used a machine to buy tickets. We were already cutting it pretty close and of course, the machine hated our cards and we were out of ...

    Italy, it's been way too long!

    A travel blog entry by jdacut on Aug 27, 2013

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    ... orders the cabs for us. Hallelujah!

    Our first stop was the duomo for some gelato.We meandered through the different alleys and streets and just soaked in the sights along the Arno river.

    Next, we had reserved vouchers for the Uffizi gallery, which was a huge time saver because of the ridiculously long lines. The Uffizi was massive, but the highlight of my visit was of course the "Birth ...