Hotel Crocini

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Corso Italia 28, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
41%
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Average
9%
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Rated 11% higher but also costs 36% more than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples91
  • Solo72
  • Business100

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Basilica di Santa Croce, Firenze (Florence)Basilica di Santa Croce, Firenze (Florence)

Piazza della Signoria, Looking North EastPiazza della Signoria, Looking North East

Michelangelo’s tomb in Basilica di Santa CroceMichelangelo’s tomb in Basilica di Santa Croce

The view of Florence from the Boboli GardensThe view of Florence from the Boboli Gardens

Forum Posts

Getting to Florence from the airport

by ibenavente

Could anyone tell me how much on average would a taxi trip cost from Florence airport to the center of the city?

Thank you

Re: Getting to Florence from the airport

by domenicococozza

You're probably looking at around 35 Euros

Re: Getting to Florence from the airport

by bekerovka

Hy,
There are flat fares from Florence airport to city center:
Working days 20€;
Holydays 22€;
Night times from 22.00 to 06.00 23.30€
luggage supplement,each 1€
Ciao, Marco

Re: Getting to Florence from the airport

by Bunsch

I realize you specifically asked about taxis, but if you're on a budget, don't forget the convenient (and inexpensive - five euros) bus which runs between the airport and the train station, which is reasonably central. You can get a cab in the rank there and save yourself quite a bit of the fare.

Travel Tips for Florence

Florence/Fiesole

by Julie1and2

You cannot go to Florence without visiting the art museums and the Duomo. You also cannot go to Florence and not enjoy the food. And you must never, ever go to Florence without rubbing the porcellini's (little pig) nose for good luck (and promise of someday returning to Florence). I took a trip around sunset up to the surrounding hills of Fiesole. There is a beautiful church on the hill with steep steps where I sat and watched the sun set over the rooftops of Florence. One of my favorite memories of all.

Arno River

by codrutz

Arno is the largest river in the area, but by global standards is a small one - with a lenght of 241 kilometers, from the mountains to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Arno passes Empoli, Pisa and Florence, regurarly flooding the last one, last time in 1966. For preventing more floods a damn was built recently upstream Florence.

Calcio Storico

by kenadams

Once a year, in late June/early July, the city of Florence celebrates Saint Giovanni.
There is a parade and, most importantly, a soccer tournament.
The teams of the four historical districts of Florence (San Giovanni, Santa Croce, Santa Maria Novella, Santo Spirito) play the traditional florentine version of football/soccer. Originally a sport mainly for the aristocracy (many popes have played in their youth), its legacy is now carried on by each district's "calcio storico" association. The players (called "calcianti") are big and mean, and you really don't wanna mess with them as they are usually quite rude too.
For some years, matches have been played in piazza Santa Croce, although there really isn't a fix location.

Soaking in the culture

by leigh767 about By the Duomo

To take a break from the clubbing, unwind by the Duomo to enjoy some live music and people watching. Even at night, the architecture all around this plaza is stunning and enough to keep you occupied for a good while.

Cured my hangover

by mazzzino about ZaZa

I ate a small lunch here on one of those days when you don't really in the mood to leave bed at all. I declined when my friend wanted to know if I was interested in a beer.
I accepted when the waitress wondered if I was up for anything to eat. I selected an antipasti with salmon on a crispy piece of freshly baked white bread. Seafood pasta was my choice when asked on what I wanted for main course.
We sat outside in great weather and were guarenteed warmth as we sat under a heating lamp.
Even though it's situated close to a road and the market the surroundings is quite quiet (love putting those words together).
Service was okey, but not great even though there weren't too much action going on there. The Salmon antipasto.

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Address: Corso Italia 28, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy