Villa Liberty

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Viale Michelangiolo 40, Florence, 50125, Italy
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  • Couples81
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

Private driver from Florence to Amalfi coast.........

by lengleng

Hi all,
Can anyone recommend a private car or driver to Amalfi coast from Florence?Thank you,

Re: Private driver from Florence to Amalfi coast.........

by easyout4u

Hi there Leng,here's two that I know of and they both work out of sorrento and the amalfa coast.I'm not sure if they will come to florence or not since this is not really the area they work out of, but give them a shot.I do know it will be a whole lot more then if you simply use the trains.
There are plenty hotels in florence and most are walking distance for site seeing.Try this top link this hotel is maybe a 10 min walk to train station.
You can catch the train and work your way to the coast. See if this helps you.

Re: Private driver from Florence to Amalfi coast.........

by tomrus

I got a friend how is doing this for job, drop me a line and I will pass your email to him so he can give you a quote.
rusmi at

Travel Tips for Florence

Go and walk along the famous...

by daisyanna

Go and walk along the famous Ponte Vechhio bridge. This bridge is the oldest and most picturesque of the Florentine bridges that span the River Arno, hence it's name. From it's beginning, it housed salesmen and merchants beneath the open galleries that are now home to the Goldsmiths. A story is told that Butchers installed themselves there and dirtied it up so much that the Grand Duke commanded that only gold shops were allowed and this is how it remains today. Ponte Vecchio is also special for it's survivial, had Adolf Hitler not taken to it so, he would have destroyed it along with all the others during the last war.

Bring a washcloth

by Paulann7326

PACK A WASHCLOTH! Others I met told me that even the finest hotels don't provide them. It's a little thing, but a big thing. Most sites are walking distance since the city is small, so tennis shoes or walking sandal are most important. If you take any tours (in particular the San Gimignano/Siena tour) socks AND sneakers are essential. There were many people with blistered feet from walking up and downhill all day with no socks for cushioning. One woman in comfortable walking sandles fell and really hurt herself. You especially have to be able to get good traction walking downhill. Most simple first aid supplies can be bought at the Farmacia in a clinch. If you have a camera or camcorder with zoom lenses, it will help get shots of some of the incredible art and frescos on ceilings. For instance, the cathedral in Siena has a border of former priests in the form of sculpted faces. With the naked eye, it looks like flat faces, with my camcorder I could see that they were not only sculptured, but each had a different expression. Amazing!

Getting to the MALL and what's where

by lyndyty about The MALL

Went to the MALL in mid's best to go before the weekend for better selection. We went on a Thursday, where I managed to find a nice Gucci purse for 180 euros, which retails in the stores for 460 euros and on the US Gucci website for $695 - yes, I checked. There was a wide range of nice bags to choose from that day. We went back on the Tuesday following and all the good stuff was gone. Fendi had a sale on mom and I both got a pair for 40 euros each...they retailed for 180euros in the stores.

And the cafe has really good grilled panini sandwiches and pizzas. It's a nice atmosphere as well.

Accessible by foot...

by meteorologist1

Although there's a lot of walking to do in order to see everything in Florence, you still should just walk. The attractions and the Duomo are within walking distance from the train station. If you take the bus, you will miss some nice architecture, stores, etc. along the way -- unless you're in a hurry to get to a particular location.

Piazza del...

by Tintim

Piazza del Pallottole, 6r (al Duomo)
PORTUGUÊS - Atmosfera simpática, com muito boa relação qualidade-preço (nada de confusões: a comida é tipo caseira, sem pretensões)- ENGLISH - Nice atmosphere, good quality-price (no mistakes: food is home-made tipe)- FRANÇAIS - Atmosphere simpa, avec un bon rapport qualité-prix (pas de confusions: cuisine maison)


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