Tornabuoni Suites & Spa

Tornabuoni 9, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy
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Key-locks at SM Novella station

by DrNona

Thank to your post with bus timetable Florence-Siena we decided to make this trip possible in last half-a-day in Florence.
just one more question: Are there key-locks at the SM Novella train station? Or any other possibility to leave our laggage close to the Bus and Train station? On our way back from Sienna we have to harry to catch the train to Milano.

Re: Key-locks at SM Novella station

by leics

I thought I'd just replied, but it's not showing up, so.......

There is a left luggage facility on the ground floor of SM Novella, on the far right as you look at the train tracks. Open from 6am to midnight.

Rates (from the official website, but that doesn't mean they are right!):

3.80 euro for the first 5 hours, 0.60 euro per hour for the next 7 hours (from the 6th to the 12th), 0.20 euro per hour from the 13th hour.

Re: Key-locks at SM Novella station

by leics

As you have an onward train connection, do allow time for the return bus to get caught in traffic congestion and/or queues to get your luggage back. Last train to Milan goes at 21:14, so it should be fine.

Re: Key-locks at SM Novella station

by DrNona

Thank you once again, leics!
your replies are always clear and very useful!
Actually, we were planning to spend 3 hours in Siena and to take 13:10 bus returning to Florence 1 hour before Milano train departure. (this is the last opportunity to get to Varenna this evening) What are you thinking about traffic situation in this time of the day? Could it be a problem to allow just one hour before Milano train?

Re: Key-locks at SM Novella station

by nomad7890

Off topic, but do make time to visit Officina Profumo Sanata Maria Novella, very close to the train station. I sent you an email with the link, but just in case here it is:

Re: Key-locks at SM Novella station

by leics

It could be a bit iffy: you only need one accident/breakdown to slow traffic up anywhere. But, assuming you are taking the 15:24 train, you should be ok.

If the worst comes to the worst there are several later trains to Varenna shown on the Trenitalia site, so you won't be stuck.

Travel Tips for Florence

Florence Tip

by imho

When I finally figured out that I was heading in the wrong direction (no wonder there wasn't a single tourist in sight!) I made my way back along the Arno towards the Ponte Vecchio, Florence's most famous bridge, and the city's symbol. Renown for the goldsmiths' shops that give it an even more romantic appearance, it was built in 1345 by Taddeo Gaddi and Neri di Fioravanti to substitute the ancient Roman bridge that had been destroyed many times by the flooding of the Arno. Ponte Vecchio was the only bridge that the Germans spared in their 1944 retreat. It is made of three arches and hosts a bust of Benvenuto Cellini by Raffaello Romanelli.

Bringing a laptop? Need an adaptor?

by mariocibelli

In the summer it is hot as hell and the city goes ultra-casual,so just leave the ugly white tennis shoes at home. Florence is very laid back in the summer. Very easy to find all types of adaptors for foreign plugs at the Esselunga Supermarket, there is a whole display of adaptors for the plugs and they are dirt cheap, about 2 Euros, I paid 11$ at Radio Shack for an American adaptor and several pounds too many for a UK one.

Those cheap converters never seem to work and have the habit of blowing out the electricity in the whole building.

About everything

by Alex_71 about San Lorenzo Market

In the san lorenzo's market you can find about everything about dresses,shoes,t-shirts,leather,bags.It's a very good area where you can check if there is somethng u are interested about.You can confrontate prices and i'm sure you'll find what u are sarching for Most of all you can buy t-shirts,bags and shoes...but there are also other interesting thngs to watch and buy

How do I get to town?

by kenadams

Ok: so you've experienced the thrill of landing at Amerigo Vespucci airport in Florence (landing on runway 23 adds a great buzz).
Now how do you get to your hotel/camping/hostel...?
The airport shuttle: 4 euros; goes to the city center.
A cab: goes anywhere, but it will cost you big $$$. Fares are high, and so is traffic. A terrible combination: expect to pay a least 15 euros, but up to 25/30 to go from the airport to the central district (Piazza del Duomo, for example).
Hidden, non advertised option: express buses heading inbound from outside the city should (should!) stop right outside the airport perimeter to pick up passengers. The cost of the ticket is 1 euro, but you won't find it at the airport (they'll do anything to make you hire a cab!). This is actually an option for going to the airport (on your way back, when you've spent all your money shopping): LAZZI or CAP bus lines, heading to the cities of Prato or Lucca, leave from Piazza Adua (in front of the train station) and stop in front of the airport on request. The fare is 1 euro, the ordinary metrpolitan bus fare.

candlelight dinner

by tompt about Ristorante da Mimmo

The ambiance in the restaurant with the large candles and the spices hanging from the ceiling is just great!

But we are not the only ones who discovered it, it is wise to make reservations, especially in weekends. (The restaurant is closed on sundays!) Loved the antipasta misto.
A mix of local apetizers, containing cheese, meats, bread with tomato, bread with a liverspread, and so much more...


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