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Oltrarno

Florence, Italy
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4-Hour Oltrarno District Food Walking Tour
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Located on the city's left bank, this neighborhood preserves the past.
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Florence, Italy
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"santo spirito"
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"pitti palace"
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"ponte vecchio"
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"stroll"
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"tourists"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We liked it here as we were taken by our Italian client really enjoyed the area and the food places which are superb

Thank Martino B
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Our walking tour took us to the southside of the Arno. This area is still part of the historical area of Florence as the Pitti Palace and Boboli gardins are located here. This area is however quite a pleasant neighbourhood. It feels like a residential...More

Thank Della G
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Reviewed 3 November 2017

its a place you must see if you are in firenze. Ok its a lot of tourists but its genuine and the real deal The hole old city its amazing and many say its one of the most beatyfull citys in the word..And when you...More

1  Thank QuartoDAltinoKarin
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Reviewed 31 August 2017

After a couple of days taking in the wonderful museums in Florence, we headed across the river to the Oltrarno neighborhood to get away from the crowds. We simply wandered around as there is so much to see in each shop window or hidden side...More

1  Thank VoyagerAimerSourire
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Reviewed 13 June 2017

The artisanal Florentine neighbourhood of Oltrarno just a hop and a skip from the main centre. Palazzo PItti is around one corner, Piazza Santo Spirito around another.Just a short walk from the Pontevecchio in the Santo Spirito area of the Oltrarno neighbourhood, just south of...More

1  Thank Phayao13
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Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

I would not recommend that you specifically seek out this place. But if you are going to Pizzale Michelangelo or some other place across the river, you would do well to get into the narrow lanes of this quiet and quaint place. Our guide on...More

Thank Dhiraj H
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Reviewed 25 November 2016

The Centro is of course a very busy place. But on the Oltrarno, you can hear your own footsteps in quiet, beautiful streets. You have to go a few blocks away from the Arno but soon you will find places where you can just enjoy...More

1  Thank RonL40
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Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

Seems strange to attempt a review of an entire area of a city, but on an incredibly crowded Sunday in late October, struggling through the crowd on the Ponte Vecchio was worth the effort, turning right to escape the throng headed towards the Pitti Palace,...More

1  Thank pisces025
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Reviewed 28 September 2016 via mobile

...that we would probably stay here next time. Full of character and not as expensive as the main palazzo Vecchio area. Great vibe, a bit boho, loved it

1  Thank Thumbelina P
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Reviewed 21 September 2016 via mobile

Helen escorted us through the artisan workshops on the Southern bank of the Arno. The tour visited a print maker, a fine metal worker and a jeweller and finished with a cocktail and nibbles in town. The pace was excellent and the artisans were friendly...More

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The area we explored, right across the river, was just as "flat" as the rest of Florence. As you get further away from the river you go the more hilly it gets. If you just walk across one of the bridges, especially the... More
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