Argentiere B&B Residence

Via G Borelli 8, Florence, Tuscany, 50125, Italy
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Forum Posts

1st class on trains.

by Tricky_Dicky69

Hi All, we'll be traveling by train between Pisa and Florence and i'd like to know if it worth paying the little extra that it costs to get a first class ticket.
Tricky Dicky

Re: 1st class on trains.

by nicolaitan

most of the trains on that run are second class only. and for the one hour duration there is no real sense in paying for more than transportation. stay in 2nd.

Re: 1st class on trains.

by Pomerol

Here is another opinion. I just got back from Italy and rode first class between Venice and Torino and was really glad I did, because ther was no sitting room left in second class and plenty in flrst. So for the small difference in price, I'd say go first.

Enjoy Italy

Re: 1st class on trains.

by leics

No point, imo, even if there are first-class available on the train you choose.

The chances of you having to stand on this route are very small indeed.

You don't need to buy your tickets in advance either.

for train times and fares (click cart icon).

Travel Tips for Florence

The Medici Family Crest

by guell

Throughout Florence, you will without a doubt see this peculiar shield with six balls prominently displayed on buildings all over town. It is the family crest of the Medici, the most famous family in Florence.

For more information on the history of the Medici family go to this site:

Pack Light

by beesaj

Bring a bigger bag than you need. So you have enough room for your trip home;} Comfortable Shoes-during Summer comfortable walking sandals. In Winter comfy walking tennis shoes Bring your own bathing items they will supply a towel and maybe one days worth of shampoo. Cameras are very Necessary. Not needed unless you stay in the camping Hostel.

Shop for less!

by BorneoGrrl about The Mall

The Mall, 45 min out of Florence in the hills of Tuscany, is an area where you will find designer retail outlets that sell off-season clothes, shoes, bags, etc for less than retail. I found a few pair of items for at least 50% off from what I would pay for where I live.

To get here, you can take the Sita bus (blue) with the sign "The Mall" or "Leccio" at the depot near the train station and buses leave from Monday to Saturdays at certain hours so you should plan your time in case you miss the last bus back to Florence. Preferably, you should leave in the morning or on the first bus out. The bus fare is 2.50€ one-way

There are some outlet shopping tours available and they can take you to other designer outlets as well, e.g Prada but they will cost more This is the real deal! You can buy apparels from Gucci, Ferragamo, Fendi, La Perla, Burberry, Armani, to name a few Expect to pay 30%-50% less than you would in town

Cheap Bus Ticket!!!

by ScubaBoy

Do want the locals do... Buy a 1 hour ticket and then don't stamp the ticket unless a ticket inspector gets on the bus!

Of course I didn't do this, I only noticed the scam when an inspector got on the bus on my last trip!

Fantastic Tuscan Food

by MarvintheMartian about Trattoria Za Za

Outdoors or indoors this is an excellent local restaurant to try if you are in Florence.
Inside the astmosphere is lively and interesting. Photographs adorn many walls and it is simply decorated, much is just bare brick. The menu is quite extensive with many local dishes. Try the food with tuscan beans in it - very good.
You must book ahead if you want to get a table in the evening (especially inside), even then be prepared to wait a little longer. Anything with tuscan beans.


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Address: Via G Borelli 8, Florence, Tuscany, 50125, Italy