Relais Villa Il Sasso Historical Place

Address: Via Di Belmonte 27, Bagno a Ripoli, Tuscany, 50012, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the South Florence area of Bagno a Ripoli, is near Tuscany Bike Tours, I Bike Tuscany, Forte di Belvedere, and National Enoteca.
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    Travel Blogs from Bagno a Ripoli

    Checking out Florence

    A travel blog entry by conor.sproule on May 26, 2015

    13 photos

    ... I headed into the city on my own for my first proper look at the centre. On the way I stopped occasionally to sample the Florentine snacks. Then I arrived at the Piazza that contains the magnificent Duomo. It was a perfect sunny day so I decided that I would climb to the top of the dome and enjoy an unspoilt view of the city but it was a slow process. I had to wait in line for about an hour and then there were ...

    Life in Florence

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Nov 16, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... the return trip! All in all, it was a fun and productive day. Later in the week we visited the inside of the Baptistery of San Giovanni. It was believed to be a pagan Roman temple for several centuries before being converted for Christian use. It's shape is octagonal symbolizing the time of the risen Christ beyond our earthly time measured in seven-day cycles. The beautiful mosaics on the dome reveal the influence of Italian Byzantine art, but ...

    Tuscany -Siena and San Gimigheno

    A travel blog entry by ltessler on Jul 16, 2014

    22 photos

    Florence is in a valley so getting up into the hills of Tuscany was a lot cooler with picture postcard views everywhere. My group of 6 included a nice family from Melbourne, Australia -husband,wife and 3 boys 16, 19, and 21. For Aussies they were pretty tame but there was so much to see. My friend Erika told me that she lived one time in Siena. She didn't tell me that everywhere you went was either straight up ...

    Train trip and sculptures

    A travel blog entry by mashfam on May 09, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    Well we made it to the train station on time, boarded our fast train and had a very pleasant trip to Florence (Firenze). The countryside north of Rome appeared to be cleaner and more arable than that south of Rome, the scenery on the way was really green and restful to watch from the train. We arrived quite early and by lunchtime we had been to the laundrette and done our ...

    Pizzas, Pastries and Tourists

    A travel blog entry by lexntanner on Jul 10, 2013

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... mulah, utilize the kitchen in our wonderful apartment, try our hand at Italian cooking, and enjoy a quiet night in rather than busy, tourist-packed restaurants. We found a local super market on one of the side streets and we went Italian grocery shopping consisting of: meusli, yogurt, gnocchi, pesto, red wine (or so we thought), tomatoes, beef and spinach raviolis, eggplant, a fresh baguette and cheese and that is it. *See pictures coming soon from our homemade dinners* they ...