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30 Jun-1 Jul
Great location! Room is clean and great space! It’s walking distance from train. Like 5-7 minutes. Couldn’t be happier with this place. Elena is a wonderful host. She is friendly and willing to give you Information of places to stay. Highly recommend this place!
4 Jun-5 Jun
Matteo was so warm and welcoming! The breakfast was nice with yummy pastries and fruit, yoghurt, cereals, the works! The building is a bit rundown, but the location is great and the rooms were very pleasant, even if a bit small.
7 Jun-8 Jun
Location is phenomenal...literally steps away from the Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi, Barghello Museum etc. The hotel lobby is elegant, airy and a lovely respite from the madding crowd. The front desk team is delightfully helpful and the service at the hotel bar is top-notch. Our room was furnished in the ...
7 Jun-8 Jun
We booked this B&B last minute due to certain circumstance. We were so very plaesed with the quick service, the friendliness of staff, and the property itself. What a beautiful B&B. I wish we had seen this from the very beginning. Very cozy, great secure parking, and with in walking to a few eating ...
28 Jun-29 Jun
My daughter and I were able to book quickly and found the staff wonderful! The location is the best you can ask for in Florence and the accommodations were comfortable and clean. They provide a very nice breakfast buffet in the morning and staff is availble to answer questions. We will definately ...
I could not get the wifi to work or the thermostat so It was a cold night. Luckily I had a blanket in the closet to add to the bed. I had asked the front desk about both items and they said both should have been working.
15 Jun-16 Jun
Location was good. Room was super clean and quiet and staff was friendly. My only downside would be that the guy asked me if I paid or not which I definitely paid before my stat on Expedia so I wasn’t sure if maybe he was hoping I wasn’t sure so he could charge me again but when I told him I already ...
Excellent location. Very close (walking distance) to just about everything to see. Wonderful breakfast every morning. Loved our time here. Only complaint is that upon arrival, there was a bad odor in our room (like sewage smell we expected in Venice. Did not know it existed here too). Aired room ...
Tuscany is one of those holiday destinations, which you only have to mention and everyone around you swoons. Think rolling green countryside, fields of vineyards and olive groves, elegant cities filled with Renaissance art and Gothic architecture, and a stunning coastline. Tuscany sits in the western central part of Italy’s boot, lying just above the Lazio region and Rome.
There is a wide range of places to stay in Tuscany, from cozy bed and breakfasts to charming agritourism, from cheap hostels to luxurious villas, sleek modern apartments and budget guesthouses. You can also choose between independent hotels and well-known chains, depending on where you choose to base yourself. Whether you’re looking for a country retreat, a beach holiday or a city break, you’re sure to find an area of Tuscany that suits.
One of Tuscany’s undisputed highlights is the Renaissance city of Florence, home to such treasures as Michelangelo’s David, the magnificent Il Duomo cathedral, the Uffizi Gallery and the Palazzo Vecchio. It’s a truly elegant city where terracotta vistas sit side by side with Renaissance beauty and grand piazzas. It’s also famous for its Florentine T-bone steak, fashion outlets and outdoor leather markets.
Another celebrated Tuscan sight not to miss is the charming town of Pisa and its famous Leaning Tower, not far from the coast. Construction on the tower began in 1173 and it currently leans at approximately 3.99 degrees. Like Pisa, the city of Siena is another favourite Tuscan destination. The UNESCO World Heritage city is well known for its Medieval centre and magnificent Gothic architecture. Sights to look out for include the Duomo, one of the finest examples of Italian Gothic cathedrals, and the celebrated Museo Civico, whose walls are festooned with brightly coloured frescoes.
Tuscany, like many parts of Italy, is known for its delicious cuisine. Think less of the typical pizza, lasagne and spaghetti and instead try Florentine T-bone steak, tomato soup with crispy bread, cold bread salad and Tuscan bean stew. One of the best places to try many of these dishes is Tuscany’s Chianti region, an area famous for its picturesque vineyards and rolling hills of olive groves. Chianti is also one of the most celebrated wine regions in the world and sits between the historic cities of Siena and Florence.
Tuscany is not all about fine cities and countryside, however, it’s also a great destination for a beach break. You can find some of the best beaches around Maremma, the Migliarino-San Rossore and the resort of Castiglione della Pescaia. Think rocky sheltered coves, hidden sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters. The rugged island of Monte Argentario, a small peninsula lying about 100 miles south of Florence, also has some of the region’s best sandy beaches. With all this to discover and more, it’s no wonder that Tuscany is one of Italy’s most famous regions and a favourite among holidaymakers around the world.