Villa dei Bosconi
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa dei Bosconi Fiesole
Travel Blogs from Fiesole
... insisted on repeating the list of ingredients for the pastry I had pointed out, as though she didn't believe I would want it. Turned out to have something like hotdog meat in it; next time I will just ask for formaggio!
At this moment the mice are running around my feet. Glad I think they are cute.
Oh I found the best earrings at the gift ...
... man himself. This is in the Accademia Museum and is very popular with tourists. You have to either book a ticket with a time appointed or wait for hours in the unreserved queue. For an extra 4 euro skipping the queue was our choice. Unfortunately, we couldn't get in until 4.30pm so we decided to have some lunch. During our meandering around we came across the Di Vinci Museum which proved to be very interesting. He certainly was an amazing ...
... which was a scenic trip past elegant old Villas, olive groves, and other "classic Tuscan scenery. I had to stand for most of the trip as there were no seats. I didn’t check the Guidebook until after I arrived, but apparently that Bus has a reputation for pickpockets (thankfully I didn’t have any problems).
Fiesole was reportedly founded by the Etruscans in the 9th-8th century BC, but I believe later taken over by the Romans. It's mentioned ...
... we are not really museum people as said in the previous entries. We also took photos at the Duomo and Baptistery
We had wanted have dinner at vini e vecchi sapori and planned to make reservations but they were apparently closed. I am not sure if they are always closed on Sundays and Mondays but they were the week we were there. Quite disappointed because I heard all the rave review. We ended up having a quick dinner and ended the ...
... it was dark and very steep with over 82 metres (421 steps) and only a few holes on the wall to look out for fresh air. Trying to squeeze past others without falling off was definitely an experience. What is it with disregard for safety in these places?! To make things worse, the bell rang just as we were near the top. It nearly deafened us and of course gave us a fright. The view from the top was amazing though, you could see all the rooftops of Florence.
We also went ...