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We stayed with Cristina and her mother, Vicenza, on our first trip to Italy. We loved the B&Bs in Europe, and Soggiorno Magliani was no exception.
Christina was in regular contact with us before our arrival, gave great recommendations about getting around in the city,...More
The price is $50 Euros a night for a good bed, a clean shared shower, and a safe, sweet place to stay. Vincenza, the owner, always meets you at the door. She speaks some English, but mostly Italian. This is for the traveler who wants...More
We stayed here for three nights in May. While my friend and I kind of regretted not staying in a hostel where we could meet more travelers, we ultimately decided staying in someplace safe and homey was much better for two females like ourselves. There...More
My daughter and I stayed here for two nights after having been here for a few days last year.It was even more fun the second time around. The mother and daughter team could not be more pleasant or accommodating Their recommendation for lunch was our...More
This is a very no frills hotel in Florence with shared bathrooms. The price is right-the cheapest hotel I found in Florence in the touristy section. I wouldn't recommend this hotel for someone traveling alone in Florence, however. This section of Florence is just not...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.