Villa Villoresi

Address: via Carlo Ciampi n 2, Sesto Fiorentino, Tuscany, 50019, Italy | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Airport/Calenzano area of Sesto Fiorentino, is near Piazza della Repubblica, Sant'Ambrogio, Villa Medicea La Petraia, and La Limonaia.
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      A travel blog entry by italykimandtim on Jul 28, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      Today was a busy day touring Florence as we went to many museums and saw lots of different statues and lots of different paintings. Some of the highlights of the day that we visited were: "Uffizi Gallery", the "Academic Gallery"and we saw the statue of David - this was pretty amazing to see. We went to Leonardo da Vinci's Museum which was also incredible to Tim and I. So many of his inventions we saw were ...


      A travel blog entry by hbhs_on_tour on Apr 25, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Uffizi Gallery Once home of the Medici family, the Uffizi houses yet more of the world's artistic treasures, including the famous works by Botticelli, The Birth of Venus and Primavera. You'll probably be familiar with these works. Up close and personal, they are no less impressive. In fact, more so. The Duomo towers a million or so miles above the city of Firenze. Ok, that's a lie, but its really, really high. ...

      And Then There Was One.

      A travel blog entry by mario.costello on Jun 23, 2012

      4 photos

      ... the first four taken by a group of Asians. Then sat in front of me was Masaki from Japan and we got to know each other a little. Even though he doesn't believe me, he spoke good English. The last two to sit at our table were two women from Orlando by the names of Janet and Rutledge. These ladies were absolute sweethearts! The four of us engaged in conversation. As we got to know each other and after hearing my story of being alone, the women felt very sympathetic towards ...

      Day 20 - The Road to Florence

      A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Aug 24, 2011

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... get there at about 5:45. Driving to Florence is not as easy as the drive from Lake Como to Venice. There are only two lanes, and there are a variety of driving styles and ability. Trucks have there own speed limit, no matter what the road says, and their limits are stickered on their back bumpers. With two lanes you have to move around the trucks and the Dutch with their campers, and then you have to quickly get out of the way of ...

      Last Day :(

      A travel blog entry by leahgoestoitaly on Jul 29, 2010


      Today is my last day in the Villa. This whole experience has been amazing- living in a historical villa, traveling to a new place every weekend, eating great food, and of course learning SO much.

      I feel so cultured- when I was in the Galleria Nazionale D'arte Antica a Palazzo Barberini in Rome and discussing art with my friends we started talking about the other art we had seen....not even thinking about it I said..."oh well in the ...