Villa La Vedetta

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Viale Michelangiolo 78, Florence, Tuscany, 50125, Italy
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
73%
142
Very Good
15%
29
Average
5%
10
Poor
3%
6
Terrible
2%
5

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Similarly priced and rated as other 5 star hotels

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  • Families95
  • Couples89
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

WayToStay aparments in Florence: who knows?

by teo8

I am checking this website providing apartments for rent in Florence for my next trip there soon:
http://www.waytostay.com/Florence-apartments-en-229.html

Do you know it? experiences with them? opinions???

thanks!

Andrea

Re: WayToStay aparments in Florence: who knows?

by kathymof

I have no info on them but I do have a thorough dislike of any company that lists apartment prices on the basis of per person per night. In my opinion every apartment should be priced - listed - at a base price for 2 people.

Travel Tips for Florence

The Duomo..its breathtaking -...

by funnyl

The Duomo..its breathtaking - all the white and green and other marble on the exterior, I fell in love with the building and took too many pictures, the interior is cool and very serene. There was a very long queue for the top. This was the best thing according to me in the whole of Florence

Street numeration

by agarcia

Florence address system is double. The particular residences have a blue or black number, while the shops, restaurants and enterprises in general have a red one. In the addresses, the letter “r” stands for Red number.

A Day of Wine Tasting

by TRimer

The best thing we did this trip was to take a one day wine tour of Castello di Verrazzano in Tuscany. We signed up with Grape Adventures. Our tour guide, Gillian, picked us up in a van at Piazza Michaelangelo and took us for an afternoon tour of the winery with a wine and appetizer tasting. It was wonderful. It gave us a chance to see the Tuscan countryside without having to rent a car. It was very reasonably priced (we paid $75US per person).

a Florentine "local"

by MissThing606 about LA dolce Vita

This bar has the feel of a "local"; the patrons all appear to know each other. The clientele range from 25-40 in age and in typical Italian style, the men look better as they get older!

The drinks are modetately, priced at 9 euros per cocktail. If you order at the table, they'll bring snacks.

Expect friendly conversation and a round of drinks with no strings attatched. smart casual

FLORENTINE CUISINE

by venteeocho

Tuscan food is simple and abundant with local produce, mellow cheeses and grilled meats. Tuscans are also known for their appreciation of beans as seen in the staple of the Tuscan table: white beans cooked with sage and olive oil. Beef Steak Florentine, many versions of roasted or wine-braised game such as boar, deer and rabbit and thick and hearty soups cover the table of a typical Tuscan meal. Plus this is the home of Chianti wine.
The recipes in Florentine cookery range from the original and traditional to more recent arrivals and innovations. Such a wide and occasionally unusual choice of dishes has not only provided some fascinating historical and social information, but the assortment and variety of flavours, colours, customs and costs suited to all pockets, also offers a style of cooking which is lively and flexible.
At the heart of Florentine cookery lie four fundamental ingredients: bread (plain, unsalted, well-baked with a crispy crust and light and airy inside); extra-virgin olive oil, without any doubt the best even for frying, grilled meat; Florentine steaks of beef, roasted or wine-braised game such as boar, deer and rabbit and lastly, wine itself.
Florentine restaurants serve all the Italian specialities, not just the ones typical of Florence and here is a brief guide to some of those Tuscan meals.

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 Villa La Vedetta

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Address: Viale Michelangiolo 78, Florence, Tuscany, 50125, Italy