Annabella Hotel

Via Fiume 5, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy
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Dress code for visiting churches ???

by Tricky_Dicky69

Hi, can anyone tell me if there is a dress code for when visiting churches etc. e.g. no shorts allowed or whatever. Any help would be appreciated.
Tricky Dicky

Re: Dress code for visiting churches ???

by Jamesr3939

Seems when we went they wanted women to cover their shoulders. We ended up in a couple of places and decided to see a church at the last minute. There seemed to always be somebody around with a scarf or shawl to borrow.

Re: Dress code for visiting churches ???

by sirgaw

A number of the churches we visited in Italy had someone selling disposable modesty shawls at or close to the main entrance if the person on the door thought there was too much knee or shoulder on display. Some places gave my wife a bit of disposable table cloth material.

There's a book to be written by someone - "1001 uses for disposable modesty shawls" - somewhere there was a thread on this topic and lots of great ideas came from vt members - LOL

Re: Dress code for visiting churches ???

by SabrinaSummerville

I was aasked to leave a Church in Milan because my shoulders were uncovered - now I always carry a light wrap or cardigan.

Travel Tips for Florence

Who is that guy in the hat with Baccus?

by littlesam1

While we were in the Boboli Gardens I wanted to find the statue of Baccus on the back of the turtle. I collect turtles and try to find souvineers with turtles on them when I travel. Its one of those strange things the guys in hats do when they travel. I saw a picture in a guide book of this statue at the Boboli Gardens and just had to have my picture taken with it. However we could not find it at the gardens. We did not buy a guide for the gardens. That was our first mistake. The gardens are huge with a very steep incline. After climbing the hills and and walking all over the gardens we were still unable to find the statue of Baccus. Finally exhausted we decided to give up our hunt and leave. On our way to the exit we found Baccus. He was located right next to the exit gates of the garden. Lesson to be learned from this: BUY A GUIDE BOOK.

June and July are veery hot

by paoseo

I went to Florence in August and while it is hot during the day, the air is cooler in the night.
I was told that in June and July day and nights are very hot.
So best way to wander around would be with top but having with you always a big scarf or something with long sleeves because you can't ntry in churches whit arms and legs naked.
About trousers, maybe don't put on shorts..maybe it's better skirts or trousers taht arrive at half of the calf

High-fashion costume jewelry in plastic...

by fgfi about Angela Caputi

The shop in Santo Spirito is also Angela Caputi's laboratory. She creates there high fashion statement pieces in dramatic colors and shapes. Coloured and original high fashion costume jewellery and other accessories (bags, umbrellas). In some shops also clothes are available.

How to get to the football-stadium

by Calcio

The stadio Artemio Franchi are in the center of the town, although maybe not in walking distance from the centralstation, Duomo or other famous parts. From the central Stadion “Santa Maria Novella” goes bus 52 on matchdays, directly to the stadium. Also bus number 10 and 17 should be fine to take. There was also, at least before, a local train from Santa Maria Novella, to the other trainstation, Campo di Marte, from where it’s only a five minutes walk to the stadium. Just bear in mind that at least some groups of away-supporters probably will come here with their train, so keep an eye open so you don’t get involved in any trouble. If you see a lot of polices at the station, it’s sure sign that a lot of away-supporters shortly are waited to arrive. It should then also be a sign for you to not stand in their, or the police’s way. ;)

By car? Sorry, I have no idea. But as always in Italy you should be fine if you just follow the “Stadio”-signs in the whole town.

oriental side

by Azhut about EITO

Excellent atmosphere, cleaning place to stay, japanese music, excellent service, very romantic. Every dish is a piece of history of Japan! of course best dishes are made of fish, so if u love it, don't miss to order a sushi dish or a tempura dish.


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Address: Via Fiume 5, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy