B&B Bonsignori

Via Maggio 19, Florence, 50125, Italy
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Salsa Club Maracanà

by Essexgirl35

Hello , does anyone have the new e.mail address for the above club. A previous member gave me the details and it sounds great but our e.mails keep bouncing back. We would love to book a table but not sure what is the best night to go.

Thanks for any help you can give.

Re: Salsa Club Maracanà

by gfinesilver

it's a pretty fun club.
did you try info@maracana.it ?

Re: Salsa Club Maracanà

by Essexgirl35

Yes I tried this e.mail but it bounced back , I have just tried again. I take it you have been to the club, we love to dance salsa and like the idea of the brazillian theme. What age group would you say it was.I want to take my husband for his 40th birthday , will we be too old.
Thanks for your reply.

Re: Salsa Club Maracanà

by gfinesilver

i'm sorry the email does not work.

i believe that thursdays are the best night. you can go for dinner where they do a typical brazilian Rodizio where they bring you lots of food on skewers and you can eat as much as you can. then they have a show followed by dance music. i don't think you'd be too old at all.

Re: Salsa Club Maracanà

by Essexgirl35

thanks for your help. shame about the e.mail.

Re: Salsa Club Maracanà

by Essexgirl35

Managed to get an e.mail through to the club and have now booked. Thanks for your help.

Travel Tips for Florence

Florence Tip

by Sergiuz

During the middle ages, whilst Piazza del Duomo, was the political center of the town, Piazza della Cisterna became the social and commercial hub for everyday life.
One of the peculiarities of Piazza della Cisterna (see below for more details) is its paving, made up with red bricks disposed in a fish-bone pattern.
The square is surrounded by 13th and 14th palaces built with calcareous golden stone, so typical in the area's architecture.
In the picture is a detail of the paving framework.

St Margaret's Church

by viddra

A few steps from Dante's house, you can find this small church. You might even think it's not worth looking into it or even mentioning, but...

The Chiesa di Santa Margherita de' Cerchi is an ancient church dedicated to Margaret the Virgin. It was built in 1032 and contains Neri di Bicci’s altarpiece, Madonna and Four Saints.

It is said to be the place where Dante married Gemma Donati in 1295 and where his great love, Beatrice Portinari, is burried.

I would have moved in if I could

by deebum25 about Mercato Centrale

Mercato Centrale is simply the place where you purchase all of your foodstuffs. If has two floors if I remember correctly and has every kind of food, drink and vegetable that you want, including food stalls where you could grab a quick lunch. I love food and I loved visiting, unfortunately we were staying in a hotel and I couldn't bring anything back except a bottle of limoncello!

ATAF Buses

by Jmill42

You will notice quiet, small buses roaming the streets of Florence, and they are the ATAF electric buses, calle bussini. They mainly run around the center of Florence and its small streets, where larger buses can't go. They can be quite useful in the heat or rain. Can't remember the exact price, but they were cheap. I think a Euro - Euro and half.

Try the Boar!

by Hopkid about Osteria del Cinghiale Bianco

Many tourists but we also saw some Italians soaking up the great atmosphere and eating the wonderful food at this small osteria on a quiet Oltrarno street. The exposed brick walls are over 400 years old. Taglialini con tartufi, cinghiale, creme caramel

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