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Upon arrival outside the entrance, make sure you firmly press the bottom left buzzer labelled “Casa di Barbano” as the b&b is in a collective housing block.
We were warmly greeted and Moraq (the owner) was really animated and helpful in explaining what to do...More
Location is ok, 15 minutes from train station and 15-20 minutes from city downtown. The room was big and nice. Bathroom clean. However the owner wasn't very customer oriented. First, during reservation and 2 days before arrival we let them know we would arrive after...More
This is no bells and whistles hotel. It's a clean decent little B&B that is close to the train station and a nice walk to the city center.
Less than $10€ from the train station by taxi or a 10 min walk.
Breakfast was the...More
The B&B is in a good location, near the bus and train stations. It is even closer to Piazza Independencia, where many of the local buses stop. Moriq is a gracious host. She is from Chicago, so she is very easy to talk to in...More
We booked to stay here for 2 nights. The location is fine but certainly our room was not nearly as nice as in the photos. Clean yes but I cannot say much else good about it. The owner seems rushed off her feet as there...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.