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After the walk up the hill we were thinking gelato. Tasted so artificial that we immediately tossed it out. Perhaps that chemical flavor was why it was also soooo expensive. Sad to have such a beutiful location tainted by such a bad experience. Definitely taking...More
Scandalous, a complete and utter rip off. Two coffees came to €13 EUROS!!! You get charged to sit down and be “waited on” eg, the coffee is slammed down on the table. Not very nice coffees either.
This place should be shut down for ripping...More
This place to be blunt is a tourist trap. Dirty inside with cobwebs and the floor is dirty and I’m certain hasn’t been cleaned for at least 6 months. Table clothes are stained and around the edges is a lot of dust. €4.50 for a...More
The ice cream was bad and the service was even worse. I went to order an ice cream, after which the waiter told me that I should pay inside first and then come back. What a weird custom, I thought and went inside to the...More
Where to start. The only positive were the views. Overpriced. Banana split was 90% cheap cream (saying some when they display Italian gelato that could have been used and they charged €9)! The nibbles with the wine we paid €6 per glass were stale. Staff...More
Just outside the ancient walls of Florence, Viale Michelangiolo starts. It is a winding road rimmed by wonderful poplars and holm oaks. The long ascent opens up to the most beautiful and famous panoramic viewpoint of Florence: Piazzale Michelangelo, where an elevated terrace offers visitors an incomparable and breathtaking view of the entire city from above. During good weather, Piazzale Michelangelo provides
visitors with a serene space surrounded by the amazing landscape, better if accompanied by a fresh gelato from a local kiosk. During night, visitors will be dazzled by the warm lights of the capital of the Renaissance. Spend a second with the silent Romanesque beauty of the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte: the one that wishes good morning and good night to Florence!