Grifoncino Suites Hotel

Address: Via Gaetano Pilati 20-22, Florence, Tuscany, 50136, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Campo di Marte area of Florence, is near National Enoteca, SMA Uffici, Pugi Marcello, and Autoeur.
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Travel Blogs from Florence

Week Seven Summer Holidays - Italy by Car

A travel blog entry by thetonies on Aug 22, 2015

2 comments, 34 photos

... day. It has been so long since we have had to deal with rain as
part of our day but with a tour booked it was time to leave the house once all
the typical morning things were done. With three umbrellas in hand (jackets in
the car parked 18 minutes away) we left the dryness and headed out into the
torrential rain to make our first objective, that of a taxi. In the taxi we
headed for the Coliseum where we were to meet our tour at the Constantine Arch
which is just ...

Science, History and Gardens!

A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Jun 23, 2015

32 photos

... from Toledo Spain wanted a new Palazzo and Gardens and that Cosmo I being a good husband made it happen. For the sake of history, I need to point out it was actually the Princess’ money that financed the new Palazzo and Garden. Cosmo I apparently married very well.

After the Palazzo tour we are ready to be outdoors in the Gardens. As the weather is nice, we start by climbing to the top of the Gardens to enjoy the ...

Have you seen anything more beautiful?

A travel blog entry by levy2013 on May 29, 2015

3 comments, 15 photos

... for Pope's visit later this year) with the replica front doors of the Gates of Paradise - the originals are inside. The detail is amazing.

The inside of the church is vast (gothic style; where u are made to feel small and insignificant compared to ...

Visit to Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence

A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 12, 2015

... wanted him buried in the Basilica of Santa Croce. However Pope Urban VIII and his nephew Cardinal Barberini refused, and they buried him in a small room in a novice's chapel at the end of a corridor. In 1737 he was reburied with his new monument in the main part of the Basilica and it is beautiful. Interestingly, when his body was moved, some teeth and a finger were removed (!) and his middle finger (!) is currently on display in a museum in Florence (which we ...


A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 11, 2014

... 3am only to find the Macca's we had seen on the way there was closed, but blissfully a tiny pizza/kebab shop was still open so we got to eat a huge slice of slightly dodgy pizza instead. Florence is so historically fascinating. We went on a walking tour this morning with a wonderful guide named Elsa, and saw the most remarkable sights. She warned us not to drink too much, and then laughed at our tired hungover mob when we told her it was too late! In Florence it ...