Hi guys! Im organising a group of young Irish Art and Law students to visit Florence for a week. Does anyone know of great clubs and pubs? They're interested in meeting Italiens and other travelers. Good drink deals, music and anything else! Or if there are any evening shows or performances on that would also be superb. Also if anyone knows of cheap but delicious restaurants that would be great, thanks!
we're planning to visit Florence somewhere in mid Oct this year. Looking for a hotel in a safe neighbourhood, 10-15 walk to SM train station, with safe in room and safe baggage storage. We're going out of town for another 2 nights before going back to Florence.
We will be in Siena one day. Should we spend the whole day there, or should we take a side trip to Monteriggioni?
Saremo in Siena un giorno. Dovremmo trascorrere l'intera giornata , o dovremmo fare una capatina a Monteriggioni ?
I were advised by friends to stay away from hotels which are near to the train stations in Italy, for the reason that most of the area are mostly the glitzy part of town. It is not suitable area for family.
Just to confirmed and to ask for other traveller's observations. Have you observed the part of neighbourhood in which the hotel is in ?
Is Hotel Bonaficio and Hotel Donatello in the such area ?
Thanks so much for inputs
What would your recommendations be for a day trip from Florence? I had originally considered Siena. However, others have suggested Pisa/Lucca or even Cinque Terre. We will be in Italy in April, so I do not know if the weather would be a factor for Cinque Terre.
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