Ufficio Turistico Comune di Firenze (Santa Croce), Florence
borgo Santa Croce, 29, Florence 50122
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Contact:+39 055 234 0444
Open Hours: Mar to Nov - Mo to Sa from 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM,Mar to Nov - Su from 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM,Nov to Feb - Mo to Sa from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM,Nov to Feb - Su from 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM
This is one of two tourist information offices located near the Piazza Santa Croce. Here you will find notices with addresses ... More
Ufficio Turistico Comune di Firenze (Santa Croce)
This is one of two tourist information offices located near the Piazza Santa Croce. Here you will find notices with addresses of hotels, opening hours of various museums, information on historic monuments, transport timetables (trains, planes and so on), as well as leaflets which show the opening hours of private institutions which can be visited. Call ahead for varying dates.
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Tourist information offices in Florence
By A Yahoo Contributor, 4/1/07
The regional capital of Tuscany lies on the plain of the River Arno, hemmed in between the hills that have made it justly famous. While the city centre has a wealth of art works and buildings of great historical and architectural value, covering a time span that ranges from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, the surrounding area is equally interesting. The beautiful countryside is studded with villas, country parish churches, convents and small, atmospheric villages.
The Basilica di Santa Maria Novella church was built in 1278 by architects Fra Sisto and Fra Ristoro, who were
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The construction of the Basilica of Santa Croce began in 1294. Giotto's frescoes in the chapels at the head of
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