Hotel D'Azeglio

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via della Mattonaia no 43, Florence, Tuscany, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
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  • Families100
  • Couples83
  • Solo33
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

No city card in Florence?

by Helka_

Hello guys,
I´ve searched information about city card (for transport, museum entrance, discounts...), but nothing - is it possible that in Florence isn´t something like this? If anyone knows, please, let me know.
Thanks :-)

Re: No city card in Florence?

by leics

I'm not aware of one.

You don't really need a card for transport. Florence is compact and extremely walkable. Much of its centre is pedestrianised, or inaccessible for buses.

Re: No city card in Florence?

by Helka_

Yes, I know I don´t need a card for transport :-)))
I want primarily "card to museums" to save some money.

Re: No city card in Florence?

by Pomerol

This is about the only card available. Great value if you're a student under 26.

http://www.amicidegliuffizi.it/soci_engl.html

Re: No city card in Florence?

by azz8206

Check out the hop on hop off buses in Florence. They usually have booklets with discounts to the museums and the sites as has been my experience with hop on hop off buses in other European cities. Happy travels.

Re: No city card in Florence?

by leics

Discounts or not, I think Florence is far too small a city to make the hop-on hop-off buses worthwhile.

Re: No city card in Florence?

by Valentina82

As far as I know there are no year-round city-cards available to visit Florence, but last year I've been there at the end of September and bought a "TeatriCard". It was a special initiative supported and sponsored by Ataf http://www.ataf.net/: with only 5€ we could visit any theatres, museums and art exhibitions within the city.
If you visit the Ataf website at http://www.ataf.net/Template/ListContenutiData.aspx?LN=en-US&idC=39, I am pretty sure you will find something suitable for you. Unfortunately the website is not entirely translated in English, so if you need any help, just let me know.

Hope it helps!

:-)

Re: No city card in Florence?

by roamer61

Check out the following website: http://www.florenceforfun.org/index.php?lng=1&id=31. They have a card you can get when you join. It's 60 Euro or 40 for students 26 and under.

Re: No city card in Florence?

by rijk

I reserved everything here: http://en.firenze.waf.it/museo_dett/27-state-museums/116-uffizi-gallery-tickets.html

florence is a small town but very crowded and you can waste a lot of time queueing: the more you reserve in advance, the best to save your vacation time and money!

Travel Tips for Florence

Florence Tip

by espadana

The Cathedral (Duomo).

Quite impressive, this one. Quite unusual, also, I found the external architecture was differente from what I was used to see in other cathedrals. Don't forget to climb and admire the beautiful view from above!

Be prepared

by bpwillet

I didn't stay very long so I didn't need a lot of bags. You can always have a taxi or bus take you somewhere else around town but if you plan on walking from your arrival point to your hotel/destination it would be best to pack light. The roads are extremely narrow and people walk on both sides to and from. Good pair of walking shoes and all weather gear. Not the extreme cold stuff obviously. I went in the winter time and I was comfortable with a jacket and long sleeves. It can get quite hot in the summer though. It also rained a bit. LOTS OF FILM! You will see why when you get there. Also if you are into using filters the light hits some of the buildings in really interesting ways.

GUCCI-Best Prices

by Grace1955 about Women's Clothes/Handbags/Shoes

Gucci ---- Here you can but clothes . handbags, etc. The best of the best. Around the suranding area you will see many other major designer stores. Not to be missed! The prices here are considerable less. It is worth taking the extra mile to save BIG $$$$$.

Iris ticket

by fgfi

IRIS TICKET is the new way to discover Florence, Prato and their surroundings: a single ticket, entitling you to free access to all transports in and outside town in the whole territory of the 2 provinces. It is valid on urban buses, extra-urban buses, interregional, regional and direct trains. It also offers discounts in museums, theatres, for exhibitions and other events.
IRIS TICKET costs 8 Euros for 1 day (children from 4 to 12, 5 Euros - children under 4 travel for free) and 23 Euros for 3 days (reduced 12 Euros). It can be used with the following transport companies: ATAF, CAP, COPIT, SITA, A.L.A., Fratelli Alterini, Fratelli Magherini, Autoservizi Marradi, Autolinee Lazzi, Florentia Bus, Li.nea, Renieri Bus, Puccioni Bus, Trenitalia (Trains IR-R-D 2nd class only). It can be purchased at their ticket offices and at the APT information offices.

Our Daily Dose of Gelato

by guell about Gelateria dei Neri

While in Florence, and Italy in general, you must have your daily dose of gelato. Gelateria dei Neri is supposedly considered by many as one of the best. All I know is that it was delicious! My favorite combination was pistachio and fior de latte. Maria's favorite was tiramisu and pistachio.

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