Villa Covacchia / Castello Apartments

Address: Via della Covacchia 2, Florence, Tuscany, 501 41, Italy | Villa
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This villa, located on Via della Covacchia 2, Florence, is near Villa Medicea La Petraia, La Limonaia, Villa La Pietra, and Florentine Neoplatonic Academy (Villa Medicea di Careggi).
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    Travel Blogs from Florence

    Around Florence then the Vesper 'fun trip'

    A travel blog entry by helenstephen on May 11, 2015

    21 photos

    Explored the Florence highlights this morning, although not able to see Michelangio's original David as the museum he is in (Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze) is closed on Monday. The ticket for 4 of Florence's favorites in the Piazza Duomo only cost 10 euro ($15 Aus) and lets you into the Florence Duomo (Cathredral) with the clock that counts backwards tlo the next mass, the crypt underneath the Baptistery, up the Bell Tower and the ...

    Everything's bigger in Florence

    A travel blog entry by brookieb on Feb 13, 2015

    7 photos

    ... everything that I see and think it's all very cool, but I hate walking around in museums. So, when our tour guide told us that we would see the Statue of David and stand around and just look at it for an hour while he talked,

    I would definitely say that I wasn't thrilled. However, he was probably the best tour guide I've ever had! If you're a fan of the Jersey Shore, he was their tour guide for a few ...

    Best Gelato in the world

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 25, 2014

    16 photos

    ... The tribe looked exactly like the Himba in Namibia and shared the same culture including the ladies wrapping themselves in bronze ocre and bathing in smoke. Was funny to watch the crowds oooo and ahh at each photo whilst we appreciated it in a different light having seen it first hand. The next delightful visit was to the Leonardo Di Vinci museum that was filled with interpretative models of his fabulous inventions. I always knew he designed a few ...


    A travel blog entry by bs_luomo on Jul 19, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... br> pistachio loaded with the small, green nuts and the melon with, as you can
    probably guess, pieces of melon. Outside, well-dressed Italians conversed on
    benches, smoked cigarettes and enjoyed their Sundays casually.

    Another man here at the farm – Claudio -- had once told me
    of a humble little bookstore that also sold vinyl records, as we had shared
    several conversations about our interest in the dated ...

    On to Florence...

    A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 24, 2013

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    We woke up early today and headed back to Naples to take a train to Florence. I was sad to leave Capri since we had such an amazing time, but excited for our next stop. We got a taxi to the marina and there happened to be a ferry leaving in 5 minutes so we literally had to run to it. We were the last ones on but we made it. We were then able to get on a train to Florence. It took about 2 hours and again went pretty smoothly, but I’m still confused by ...