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The house of the Brownings is well preserved and kept very well. It took me back to the early days and I felt their presence in this lovely house. There is no entrance fee and the curator lady was very kind and helpful.
This unique museum and apartment for rent is located near Palazzo Pitti. By passing through the entrance one enters into the 19th century atmosphere that surrounded Elizabeth, you feel it immediately. The furnishings, pictures, colors of the fabrics and rugs all pull together to make...More
This is the most unusual of places to stay. It is one part historical and one part dormitory, owned by Eton college so the layout seems best suited for an adult couple sleeping in the enormous bedroom at the front with others sleeping in far...More
Response from TheLandmarkTrust, Manager at Casa GuidiResponded 30 December 2013
Hi cjk j,
We’re really sorry to hear that you had a negative experience with the noise whilst staying at Casa Guidi. We are currently in the process of trying to close or move the unlicensed jam sessions held below Casa Guidi. The dormitory rooms...More
This incredibly wonderful, historical flat IS beautiful, well-cared for and a very special place to stay while visiting Florence. We were very pleased with and appreciated the well-equipped and spotless kitchen, bathrooms and linens. We felt so fortunate to be able to stay in such...More
This is a historic apartment in the Oltrarno area of Florence, just south of the Palazzo Vecchio and opposite the Pitti Palace. It was the home of poets Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning in the 1850's, when they married and ran away to Florence....More
A warm evening with a cocktail in your hand and great company is the ideal way to experience Piazza Santo Spirito; the area is busiest at sunset for happy hour. Visitors cannot hide their astonishment sitting on the staircase under the Basilica of Santo Spirito, and they cannot help but stare at the architectural masterpieces like Bianca Cappello House, Fontana dello Sprone and San Frediano in Cestello and Santa Maria
delle Carmine churches. Tourists and Florentines alike join up in the area between Santo Spirito and San Frediano, connecting the Tuscan soul to the international spirit permeating the city.