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The charming city of Florence lies in the Tuscany region of Italy and is also known as Firenze in Italian. The city was originally established by Julius Caesar in 59 BC and was named Florentia which in Latin means “flourishing”. The flourishing city is known for its history and its importance during the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance period where it is considered to be the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. For all those art and history buffs, Florence is the ideal city break as the city has plenty of history to immerse yourself in and numerous art and architectural hotspots to visit. Some of the world’s most famous painters lived in the city of Florence including the geniuses Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, where some of their masterpieces can be viewed in the famous museum of Uffizi. There are many famous sights to see in Florence including Giotto’s Campanile (the famous bell tower), Brunelleschi’s Dome and the Basilica di Santa Croce, ideal for those seeking a little cultural tourism. However if a little retail therapy is on the agenda, then you have come to the right city, home to the likes of Gucci and Ferragamo Florence provides a range of stylish boutiques which can be found alongside the museums and galleries. The historic city of Florence attracts millions of tourists each year and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the flourishing city offers timeless beauty and only the hardest hearts can remain unaffected after visiting this stunning city.
Please note, there is a city tax in Florence
There is a city tax in operation, which is an additional surcharge to the price of the hotel and is charged per person, per night stayed in the accommodation. The tax is currently charged at: 1 star hotel: €1.5 per day 2 stars hotel: €2.5 per day 3 stars hotel: €3.5 per day 4 stars hotel: €4.5 per day 5 stars hotel: €5 per day

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10/10 Amazing

10 October 2010

Florence in October

Lovely climate not too hot in October, so much to see and do, take your time and just wander you will always find something interesting around the next corner its impossible to see it all so plan your day and definatley have a rest in the afternoon you will enjoy your evenings so much better.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Being there.

10/10 Amazing

23 October 2010

Florence a beautiful city.

Lots to do, easy flat walking, lovely historic buildings, querky narrow streets, vast amount of shops/eating places. Pretty river side.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Everything

10/10 Amazing

13 October 2010

Promised ourselves that one day we would visit Florence - we were not disappointed!

We were centrally located near the main railway station and all attractions were walkable. Florence clean and relatively litter free. Not overrun with cars and easy to get about. Got around galleries, cathedral, churches and parks in 3 days with one day left over to visit Bologna by train - also very worthwhile visiting. Went to main galleries early in the morning to minimise queing. Weather in early October was just as we like it, about 20C dry and sunny.

The best thing about my stay was ...

A great setting for magnificent art works.

10/10 Amazing

17 June 2012

Florence is amazing.

Simply, the most beautiful city I have ever had the pleasure to visit - a must.

The best thing about my stay was ...

It's culture, beauty and class.

10/10 Amazing

28 May 2012

Fantastic

Fantastic, rmoantic city, never a dull moment but quiet if thats what you want. amazing scenery.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Bus Trip around the city

10/10 Amazing

17 July 2012

A must visit place

What can I say? Third time back and still plenty to see and enjoy. The city is crammed full of things for every taste. NB Pre book the Uffitzi, its worth that little extra. Check out prices before buying things like ice creams, got stung 7.5 Euro's for 1 in a place just over the ponte vecchio bridge on the way to the petti palace (to the left slightly).

The best thing about my stay was ...

everything

10/10 Amazing

08 August 2012

Beautiful!

Beautiful city!! Loved the Piazza della Signoria with the beautiful statues!

The best thing about my stay was ...

All!

9/10 Fantastic

12 April 2017

Historic City to visit

Florence is easy to get around by foot. All major cultural/historic sites are within 10 to 15 minutes walk of Santa Maria Novello Basillica / Train Station. Due to cobbles on most roads though, I think that wheel chair users would sadly find access about the city quite hard. If you have a few days to spend in Florence I would recommend visiting The Academia, The Duomo (free to access by queuing), The Medici Chappell, The Basilica of St. Lorenzo, the Centrale Marcato and the Basilica of Santa Croce. Don't be tempted to buy a ticket though for Giotto's bell tower, Duomo Cuppula, Crypt, Baptistry and Museum though, without checking the times available for your visits!! The central train station is within easy walking distance too, so you could also, for a few euros, take a train to Pisa, Lucca or Sienna.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Academia Museum

8/10 Great

22 November 2011

Beautiful Florence

Florence is a wonderful city, full of incredible architecture and stylish Italians. It is easy to walk around, a great place to really soak up the Italian culture and atmosphere. It is potentially a very romantic city, so next time I visit hopefully it will be with someone romantic who shares my aspirations! We found a couple of great indoor markets where highly quality local produce is sold, and ate delicious food there. We also ventured to the best and oldest ice cream parlour a couple of times, which I would highly recommend.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The food, culture, architecture, everything.

8/10 Great

29 May 2011

Beautiful City with loads of museums

We were a bit museum fatigued after Paris and Rome and to be honest if you didn't do galleries and museums I think you would run out of stuff to do in Florence itself pretty quick. Some nice day trips out of here though, a million college students from the USA (no exaggeration, well not much) certainly gave it a different feel again,

The best thing about my stay was ...

Beautiful - and David

8/10 Great

18 May 2012

Florence Italy

Lots to see and do. Very busy. Good restaurants and bars and reasonably priced away from the main attractions. Shopping a delight for the lady in your life. Nice and sunny, make sure you see Michael Angelo's "David". Buy the Firenze 72 hour ticket

The best thing about my stay was ...

Food and drink and museums

8/10 Great

25 September 2010

Great city with wonderful buildings, art etc. Even September was exceptionally busy with tourists.

Tour parties monopolised the churches etc. had to time own sightseeing to avoid them! Numerous trattoria for inexpensive eating.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Ambience away from main tourist areas.

6/10 Good

11 January 2011

Italian city

Less crowded in winter so less time spent in queues to get into main attractions but still many long waits. You need to pay to enter most places so look into a combined ticket and prebooking if you only have a weekend and want to "see it all". Go slighly off the main areas to find lovely restauraunts tucked away in back streets. Central train station and all the ameneties of any european city.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The first sighting of the Duormo

6/10 Good

18 July 2012

Hot and crowded

Florence is a beautiful city but not one to visit in July , instead would recommend catching the train to Lucca which is much quieter and not as crowded