Palazzo Gamba

Via Martelli 2, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy
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Villa's and Apartments Suggestions please

by JPA170478


Next April, my parents, sister and I will be travelling to Florence to say there for about a week.
Obviously we will be looking at 3 beds and any suggestions for villas and apartments that you can recommend would be much appreciated.



Re: Villa's and Apartments Suggestions please

by Geisha_Girl


We used this company to book our villa in Positano:

They have a wide selection of villas throughout Italy and were easy to deal with online.

We were quite pleased with our villa and the services there.

Hopefully you can find something that suits your needs in Tuscany!

Good luck and enjoy Italy!


Re: Villa's and Apartments Suggestions please

by kimij

hi justin
havent used this company yrt but several people have forwarded there address to me, so take a look at
they look a pretty good setup and you can book directly with the owners!
I am going out in 10 days!! shall let you know how it goes!!

Re: Villa's and Apartments Suggestions please

by Bohem62

Obviously your budget will make a difference. Three of us (all women)stayed at Palazzo Gamba apartments in Florence. Directly across from the Duomo. It was the perfect location. We even had 2 bathrooms in the apartment! It was 220 Euros a day total for all 3 of us and we loved it.

Travel Tips for Florence

The Uffizi Palace

by KiNyA

The Uffizi Palace was build in 1560-1580 for Duke Cosimo I. He used the building as a Tuscan administration.
Today the building is one of the world's most famous galleries with some breathtaking paintings, such as Botticelli's The Birth of Venus and Michelangelo's Holy Family.
Unfortunately we didn't have time to go inside but I'll do that the next time I am in Florence ;-)

Walk where tourists don't walk.

by jon_and_may

Avoid the crowd at the Duomo and San Lorenzo, they're nothing compared to the unremarkable, everyday beauty of Florence that is everywhere.

My advice is to spend a day walking around Florence instead of hitting the "popular spots". You'll find century-old engravings and statues along walls and in courtyards. There's something special to be able to stand and bathe in glorious art without having people push and bump into you.

From what I saw in Florence, it is pretty safe to walk off the beaten path, so don't be afraid to explore where others don't. It's an experience you'll be proud to have.

Florentine Wood

by TRimer about Rinaldi Roberto

It is a stand in the Mercato di San Lorenzo. Florentine Wood boxes. The technique of laying burnished gold leaf onto prepared wood surfaces was developed in Medieval Florence. Its opulent ornamentation was inspired by the churches of the day, and was initially used in religious picture frames. It was during the Renaissance that this style became secularized, and used in the making of decorative wood boxes. The art of gold gilding has been handed down from that time to present, and is still produced with the same techniques in Florence.

Conviene ir de un lugar a otro...

by fga

Conviene ir de un lugar a otro caminando y realizar pausas en los bares. Pero si se prefiere el transporte público, Florencia cuenta con 40 líneas de autobuses urbanos y suburbanos. Es bueno saber que los taxis cobran un 40% de propina.

There are a lot of little...

by Jacksprat

There are a lot of little cafe's dotted around the city, and they generally serve quick food, for example ... lovely Italian baguettes and sandwiches - with parma ham and cheese (the best!)
Oh yes, and there's lots of Italian ice cream available to refreshen your taste buds after a day walking about soaking up the atmosphere.


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 Palazzo Gamba

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Address: Via Martelli 2, Florence, Tuscany, 50129, Italy