Luna Rossa

Largo Alinari 15, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Historic District/City Center area of Florence, is near Mercato Centrale, Church of Santa Maria Novella, Caf Tour & Travel, and San Lorenzo.
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    Florence - capital of tuscany

    A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 23, 2014

    11 photos

    ... art in Florence. There is an open air museum on an ancient stage full of statues by the most famous artists in history. It's next to this outside the town hall museum that the original statue of David stood for over 400 years. Now an exact replica stands in it's place. Grant, a true Scotsman with money wonders why you would bother paying 7 euro to see the real David in the gallery. If it wasn't for the 5 hour long line I might have attempted it but I have already ...

    Illegal Bakeries and Fantastic Views

    A travel blog entry by emmiekerschen on Apr 02, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the real thing, but apparently the location is where the original statue used to be. It was on this huge hilltop that looked over all of Florence. After being in so many cities and seeing so many hilltop views, you’d think it would start to get old. But every time I look over a city I have just siteseed through, I feel so accomplished. Who would have thought that this girl born in Kansas and raised in Kansas and North Carolina would be touring Europe for spring ...

    A Room with a View

    A travel blog entry by california_66 on Jul 06, 2012

    21 photos

    ... poetic aspect of Florence is hearing the church bells toll throughout the city at various times of the day. There is a striking painting on the inside of the Duomo dome which is a depiction of heaven and hell; something out of Dante's Inferno by the looks of it. This painting would be enough to terrify most folk. Florence is known not only for its remarkable art collection but also for its leather goods. I had been storing up my 'shoe allowance' ...

    Heat Makes us Lazy

    A travel blog entry by senket on Sep 14, 2011

    1 comment, 3 photos

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    And there was a courtyard with a lemon tree, which I LOVE but couldn't get a good picture of because we're not allowed into the garden bit. :(

    Proceeding to the other side we went to where the Big Amazing Guys (Cosimo the first, among others. Showoffs) were entombed. Holy Christ. 4 of the 6 statues no longer exist (why? I don't know. Not exactly the size you can steal) but the two that we saw were humongous, and. Just. The whole thing. Is. ...

    The birthplace of the Renaissance

    A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor on Jun 27, 2010

    7 photos

    ... Campanile and Duomo can be climbed and while the best view is undoutably from the Duomo it can be an uncomfortable experience when it is warm as there is one way up/down and most of your time can be spent squashed against walls letting people past if you time it wrong. The view from the top is sensational but the view into the dome from two thin plexiglass walkways around the inside of the dome is also impressive if you have a head for heights - which I unfortunately don't.
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