Hotel Duca d'Aosta

Via Fiume 17, Florence, 50123, Italy
Hotel Duca d'Aosta
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Forum Posts

How Much are Leather Suits?

by PhilippaW

How much can I expect to pay for an off the rack women's leather suit (skirt and Jacket) in Florence. Also, anyone ever buy an eel skin jacket or skirt in Florence They are interesting.

Re: How Much are Leather Suits?

by Odinnthor

Years ago I bought leather in both Florence and Milan off the rack. (Both were known for quality leather). I don't know what today's prices are, but you need to be aware that a leather jacket can be of many varieties of quality. It depends on the quality of the hides used, and how they are cut for the garment. Let's say the two front pieces, are cut from the same hide, the match is better. No two hides are the same. Leather garments make a lot of money for the manufacturer, as most people are not aware of the way they are made.

You can easily inform yourself, by going to a couple of stores near you and compare the pieces used in a jacket. Left sleeve, should feel exactly like the right one. Left front panel should feel exactly like the right panel. Go to an expensive store and compare the quality of the leather to the cheaper ones.

Leather is the one type of garment, where the quality of the material varies greatly. If the hide is cut properly, a lot will go to waste, - hench the price.

Travel Tips for Florence

Don't leave home without it

by Herkbert

Your bank card that is... You can find ATM machines all over Florence and other Tuscan cities. If you'd rather not run up big charge balances, you can get the cash you need when you need it.

Beware of the fees charged by your bank, and consider giving them a call before you go so they know that you'll be using your card in another country.

Uffizi, courtyard


The gallery of the Uffizi is the most famous picture gallery in Italy and one of the best known in the world. It furnishes a complete panorama of the various schools of Florentine painting.
It also includes numerous collections of other Italian schools and a fine group of Flemish paintings, as well as the famous collection of self-portraits.

The Uffizi was commissioned from Giorgio Vasari by the Medicis as administrative and judicial offices.
Twenty years later, the two wings with a loggiato at the bottom are connected by a third wing with arches along the river Arno.


by Maurizioago

Florence has lots of beautiful and interesting churches. I think Orsanmichele is one of the most peculiar in the city both for its shape and for the statues located on the external walls. In fact the facades held 14 niches bearing statued of patron saints of various guilds ( cloth merchants, judges, bankers etc.)

In 1290 this worship place was originally built as a grain market on the site of an oratory dedicated to S. Michele. This building burnt down in 1304. In 1337 a new and bigger loggia was built there. At the end of XV century the market was moved and the building was converted into a church.

Osanmichele church is located between the Cathedral and Palazzo Vecchio.

Vintage Fashion

by fgfi about Compai

Compai is a special vintage shop, better known as a "garment clinic".
There you can have your old t-shirt simply rehabilitated thanks to the good job of a qualified staff of artists and tailors! Vintage + used/rehabilitated

Florence Restaurant

by henry67 about Munaciello

Munaciello is one of the most interesting restaurant of Florence, pay attention I say interesting and not good because not only you eat well but first of all it is a very romantica place for a young couple: it looks like in a naples way and althought the service is not 100% positive it is a fine place where to eat good dishes in a romantica way Pizza, pizza and then pizza but also cakes...


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Address: Via Fiume 17, Florence, 50123, Italy