Saturday, September 19, 2009

Fall travels to Florence and the Antica Posta Bed and Breakfast

The renaissance city of Florence, capital of the Tuscany region, is situated on Italy's northwestern coast is dense with art, history and culture. Some of the important sights bed and breakfast travelers should take in during their visit include the Bargello Museum, Duomo, the Uffizi Gallery, Accademia, Piazza della Signoria, Piazza San Lorenzo, Pitti Palace, Santa Croce Church and Museum. Bed and breakfast visitors interested in doing some shopping should explore the elegant Via deĆ¢ Tornabuoni or on the other end of the spectrum, check out the fun and noisy San Lorenzo street market. Bed and breakfast travelers should also attend a major festival such as the Explosion of the Cart, the Feast of St. John the Baptist and the lively Gioco del Calcio Storico.

The Bed and Breakfast Antica Posta is situated on the first floor of a palace, in the heart of Florence just a few steps from the Central Railway Station. Guests are offered a choice of five bright, large rooms furnished in a charming Tuscan style. The floors are in "cotto of Impruneta" and offer a pleasant atmosphere. Each room is provided with private bath, hair dryer, air conditioning, color TV, mini-bar. Breakfast is served directly to your room.

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