Villa Rignana

Address: Via di Rignana 7, Florence, Tuscany, 50022, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Via di Rignana 7, Florence, is near Castello di Verrazzano, Piazza Matteotti, Chianti Road, and Fontodi Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    A day in Florence

    A travel blog entry by askonsulting on May 11, 2015

    ... s and Lord Byron had resided there and allegedly been inspired. The five tows of Montorosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Rionaggiore are virtually built into the cliff face with only foot paths to connect them. We were dropped by bus at the first town and after walking around, we caught a ferry to the next town, another ferry, and then a train from the last town back to catch the bus back to the ...

    Big Day Out in Firenze

    A travel blog entry by fausettj on Oct 29, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... of weeds. The views were outstanding, it really is a loooong way up.

    Coming down the pathways was worse than the climb, it was more of a braking process so you didnt get a bit of speed up. Knees howled in protest a few times. Neither of us fell over you will be relieved to hear.

    We stopped off again in the Palace to see a costume exhibition of clothing dating back as far as Cosimo Medici (they bought the palace off Luca Pitti in ...

    Arrivederci Roma, buongiorno Firenze

    A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou on Sep 10, 2014

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... and on our wandering today we fell upon her church although we didn't seek out the supposed catacombs there. On the right of it's entrance, there is a marble monument including a real skull and femur bones. The mosaic behind the alter was incredible, glistening in gold. We lit 2 candles, one for family and another for friends before leaving this beautiful and bright church. We kept on our way, passing a deli selling cured meats and cheeses, some very smelly and ...

    Florence...gelati, bell towers, and David

    A travel blog entry by browne2014 on Jul 03, 2014

    57 photos

    Florence for two days was our next stop. After Dubrovnik, Split and the Colesseum, Florence is UNESCO's World Heritage Site number 4 for us. After a little assistance from the local Romany people at Rome Terminus, we made it onto our train for a quick less than 2hr train ride to Florence. Having settled into our hotel, conveniently located for shopping at the base of the Ponte Vecchio, we set off to explore the Duomo (cathedral), Baptistry and nearby Bell tower, but only ...


    A travel blog entry by italykimandtim on Jul 30, 2013

    5 photos

    Our last day here in Florence we got up early again as you can tell Tim is organizing the itinerary and every morning we seem to be getting up earlier and earlier to go on tours. we took a panoramic view of the city. We had been up to Michael Angelo's community which was really neat. You can see most of the city from this view it was amazing we also got to see a replica of the statue of David and the display, as well as, Michael Angelo's sculpture then we went up to ...