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Reasonable price. The location is bit far away from the Central Station and not east to find. Nuns are so nice, they arranged a big room for me. The bed was not so comfort, I can't sleep very well in the night time, but the...More
Ok, we ended up in a smaller room because the light was going out. We asked to be moved to it after bulb was replaced, this never happened.
The noise from the street outside is loud!!!!
The beds are ok, but to firm for us....More
A perfect place for the traveler who does not need all of the accoutrements of a full service hotel. The facilities are located in an old building and run by a group of nuns. One's first impression upon entering is a sense of calm. The...More
I found the convent on MonasteryStays.com and it was a great place to stay. A short walk (few minutes) from the train station down Via Nazionale (turn left at the corner where the McDonalds is, right across from the station) and so close to everything....More
It was hard to believe that something so close to the train station could be so peaceful. You get buzzed in through the big heavy wooden door and take the elevator up one level, enter through another set of wooden doors, and all the noise...More
San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind stalls with an array of products in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to fall in love with this area and in particular, with its variety of food, especially those focusing on
Florentine dishes as well as international selections. Nobody leaves San Lorenzo without a shopping bag in hand or with an empty stomach.