Sani Tourist House

Piazza des Giuochi 1, Florence, Italy
Sani Tourist House
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Forum Posts

Bologna to Firenze

by aaspy

I am taking a flight to Bologna but my main destination is Firenze.

Can anyone recommend the cheapest but fast way from Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport to Firenze SMN. I arrive in bologna at 16:00 on 2 Oct so hopefully its not too late in the day.

Thanks!

Re: Bologna to Firenze

by leics

www.trenitaia.com/en/index.html

will give you train times and fares in English.

There are frequent trains, journey time less than an hour. One-way standard fare is 16.20 euro (no need to book in advance).

http://www.bologna-airport.it/template/contenuto.asp?IDFolder=197&LN=UK

gives details of transport to/from the airport. The airport shuttle bus costs 5 euro, and will stop at the station.

You'll have no problem, although trains might be a bit crowded at that time of day.

Re: Bologna to Firenze

by hawkhead

Also, the bus from the airport to the train station could take much longer than is scheduled.

Re: Bologna to Firenze

by aaspy

Thanks all! Much appreciated.

Travel Tips for Florence

market

by lana82

when travelling we like to check out cities markets. so we did it again in florence. we went to mercato centrale, situated in the 19th century buliding on 2 floors. its near san laurenzo church and all those stalls with leather, clothes and all sorts of things. u can enter there or on the piazza del mercato. there r all sorts of fruits and vegetables there (second floor), pastas in all shapes and colours, fresh produced pasta in fron of ur eyes, wine shops, butchers, all sorts of olives and other characteristic italian stuff. u can also grab a delicious bite there and u can taste all sorts of stuff for free :)

Florentines are naturally...

by snmred

Florentines are naturally laid-back people. Very friendly and very accomidating. After all, their town is based on you, the tourist. But also be considerate, it is their town, don't be rude. Florence deserves the utmost respect because it is so beautiful.
If you read any guidebooks about Italy they will almost always state that if you at least learn two words of Italian to use while there, Italians appreciate the effort. It's true. In Florence many people speak English, or at least a little so it makes it easier to get by. But listen and learn a few words because it will be appreciated and considered curtious that you made the effort and aren't just an ignorant tourista.

Great Shoes!

by shoe.addicted about Romano firenze

I was in Florence, Italy, one month ago. A beautiful city with great shopping!
Particulary one shoe-shop that I just fell in love with!
Romano firenze, they have 5 shops in Florence, women and men shoes.
They have reosonable prices for the good quality shoes they have and a great sortiment with a lots of different styles. You can find everything from sandals, sneakers, elegant to fashionable shoes! They sell international brands like Fornarina, Miss 60, Diesel but also unknown italian brands for those who want to buy something they are sure they won't find at their friends feets when they come home.
Definitely a shop one that goes to Florence have to visit!
or you can also visit their web shop;

www.romanofirenze.com SHOES! what else?
They also have some really good looking bags! Well, the prices goes from 40 euro (sandals) up to 200 euro (leather boots)

And if spend more then 155 euro in the same shop on the same day you can ask to have Tax Free.

They really do move your cars.....................

by leics

.......if you park in the wrong place. I saw lots of towtrucks roaming the streets. This one was causing much interest as it removed a car, parked on a corner so the bus couldn't get round (and thus creating a huge, horn-honking tailback). I also saw a police scooter being similarly lifted, but didn't dare take a photo as a (rather cross-looking) police lady was standing by! So park in permitted places, or expect your car to disappear (and you'll have to pay to get it back).

Try the Quattro Stagioni Pizze

by cpiers47 about Le Coloninne

To Florentines, this is a tourist trap, but there's a reason it's so popular. The staff is friendly and attentive, the service fast, and the prices loew, especially during the off-season. Le Colonnine is located near Santa Croce and is a great place for a quick lunch or dinner. The pizzas and pasta dishes are excellent, but you might want to forego dessert (which are average) and get a gelato at Vivoli instead! The quattro stagione pizza is the best for a quick, inexpensive meal. It seems large for one person but is just enough for a meal: mozzerella cheese, tomato sauce, artichoke hearts, olives, mushrooms, and sausage. If it's the off-season, the menu is larger and you can try the gnocchi with asparagus tips and shrimp.

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