Where to find Internet Access, Florence

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    Free wi-fi access

    by MissThing606 Written Sep 25, 2008

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    Favorite thing: if you bring your laptop tod Florence, there are plenty of places to access to access free wi-fi

    remember to take your ID with you, to sign up.

    Moyo: (santa croce) - Via dei Benci
    popular cafe bar on Via dei Benci - serves food all day (wifi is switched off at 7pm, just before the cocktail hour) the staff are normally quite nice but the service is not always smooth.

    Nai'ma: (uffizi)
    quiet cafe bar just behind the uffizi gallery.

    Luna Rossa: (Santa croce) Via Giusseppe Verdi,
    cafe bar on Via Giusseppe Verdi, by Santa Croce. Very pleasant staff.

    Negroni: (San Niccolo area) Via dei renai
    This bar is quite polular in the evening, and quiet in the day time. they have seats outside under a canopy.

    High bar: (San Niccolo area) Via dei renai
    this bar has a bit of a pub atmosphere, popluar with tourists and students.

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    Bookstore / Internet cafe

    by Marpessa Updated Nov 8, 2005

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    Favorite thing: Maybe I was blind, or maybe just because it was the weekend and a few shops were closed, but I had a hard time finding an internet café (although it probably was just me). But finally I found one and it was in a great bookstore.

    The bookstore is very large and stretches from an entrance on Via di Martelli and back to Via Ricasoli (you can enter from either street, but you can only exit from Via di Martelli), just near Il Duomo. I am 99% certain that the bookstore is called ‘Marzocco’ - but if anyone finds this to be incorrect, please let me know.

    The internet rate for computers was cheap, about 1€ for half an hour. Although when I was there in August they had a deal where if you were there between 9-10am you could use the internet for free (but it would automatically log you off at 10am). So just check if they have any cheaper rates when your there (if you care to find out). :)

    I only had a quick glance at bookstore, but it was large and I saw that it had an extensive range of travel books. And according to the website below also has multimedia aids such as videos and CDs.

    Address:
    Via Martelli, 14/22, Firenze, 50129

    Website:
    http://uk.holidaysguide.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-135457-action-describe-marzocco_florence-i

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    Internet Point for All of US !!!

    by Pakistaniguy Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Favorite thing: I know you all who want to visit Florence are interested in knowing where is this Internet Shop. It is not far from the Main Railway Station. It is just around 5 mins walk from Station. For knowing the exact street please click on the photo and read the name written on it.

    Fondest memory: The Speed was good and it was not so expensive.

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    Stay Connected

    by jag17 Written Oct 11, 2004

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    Favorite thing: If you are looking for an Internet Cafe in Florence, look no further. They were literally on every street. We were lucky enough to have one right next door to our hotel.

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