Travel in Florence, Italy

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Signoria Square, Florence, Italy

Signoria Square, Florence, Italy

Look at all the fantastic sculpture in this square

The guest authors' point of view may be different from mine, but I found these articles worth reading and think that you will also. Almost every article contains a beautiful photo (no, we didn't take them ourselves) giving you another taste of the place the article discusses. We have just added some articles about hotels in Florence, Italy.

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Silla Hotel, Florence, Italy

Silla Hotel, one of many beautiful hotels in Florence, Italy.


Going To Florence? Think About A Bed And Breakfast
By: Michael Russell

Why stay in an international, acultural hotel? A bed and breakfast is an excellent way to spend time in Florence, Italy. You'll experience more and spend less.

"As much as there is to see in Florence, its bed and breakfast establishments will also charm you. Mostly ..."

Going To Florence? Think About A Bed And Breakfast

Florence Hotel And Other Accommodations
By: Jerry K. Blackburn

Are you thinking of a trip to Florence, Italy? Unless you're lucky enough to have family in the environs, you'll have to look for accomodations. Blackburn provides some excellent suggestions.

"Although there are many choices in Florence accommodations, hotels tend to fill up quickly, especially in the tourist season. Be sure to book early ..."

Florence Hotel And Other Accommodations

American Cemetery In Florence
By: Alberto Scarsi

You don't like to visit cemeteries. Scarsi may convince you to make an exception for Florence, Italy.

"Thousands of soldiers were sent to Europe, and Italy, during the Second World War and Florence became a land to conquer and then to defend. Museums, churches, cathedrals, piazzas and other beauties of Florence were no longer the aim of those who came from far away. Sadly..."

American Cemetery In Florence

The City of Florence And Its Past
By: Jakob Jelling

Jelling introduces us to the fascinating history of this fascinating city - once a city state and always unique and captivating.

"In Florence, visitors can be in contact with many different historic periods as well as many important situations and moments from the past. Every building and street..."

The City of Florence And Its Past

A Florence Accomodation To Remember
By: Robert Carlton

You're planning to go to Florence, but you're not sure where to stay. Carlton presents the multiple options that can meet your preferences.

"...Then, after a long day of travel we show up just to find that the place is much older and run down than the pictures implied. And what happened to the year-round indoor pool? ..."

A Florence Accomodation To Remember

Florence In A Day
By: Suzanne Morrison

If you have only a day to spend in Florence be sure to read Morrison's article to optimize your time. I'm sure she'll forgive you if you change your mind and stay longer.

"So allow me be your guide for the day and take you on a whistle stop tour of the sights and sounds of Florence. I can’t promise you the Uffizi in a day, but hopefully at the end of the tour you’ll feel like you’ve seen the best of the city. Your only problem will be..."

Florence In A Day

A Florence Hotel That Has It All
By: Jack Blacksmith

Answer a few of Blacksmith's questions and optimize your stay in Florence.

"Within the general area of Florence there are hotels, bed & breakfast inns, farmhouses, villas and apartments. If you are planning to stay for an extended vacation or 2 weeks or more, it can be..."

A Florence Hotel That Has It All

Florentine Legends: "The Reversed Balcony"
By: Simone Alfaweb

Read Alfaweb's article and then go to see a unique Florentine sight that most visitors miss.

"...At a third instance, trying to be salacious, the Duke wrote on his response: “yes on the contrary”. The builder, applying the answer to the letter, ordered to his architect to build... "

Florentine Legends: "The Reversed Balcony"

Florence Museums At A Glance
By: Peter Wilson

Wilson steps you through several of Florence's major art museums. As he himself says, this only touches the surface.

"Florence is so well known for its Renaissance era works that many people overlook the fact that the Gallery of Modern Art houses 18th, 19th and 20th century works that are... "

Florence Museums At A Glance
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