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Finally in Miami you can eat authentic and delicious Italian food: the food is of the highest quality, cooked by real Italian Masters!! note of merit to the management because it made me feel in Italy: thank you very much to the manager Gabriele and...More
Forte Dei Marmi whilst clean, safe and easy to walk around, appeared to be very modern and somewhat elitist. The vast majority of the shops are very chic and very expensive (even the weekly market was very 'up-market'). The beach was wonderful, but filled with...More
Bagno Flavio is at the image of the little city of Forte dei Marmi: a once elegant and attractive place which unfortunately has only retained the appearances of what it was in the 20th century.
It is now fasly posh, truly arrogant and desperately provincial....More
If you want a (half) day to relax, this is the perfect place. Nice beach - rather crowded though - for kms long. All « Bagnos » look like each other. You can rent a space with roof and 4 (long) chairs. We tried Bagno Lorenzo Levanto....More
We went to Forte di Marmi on recommendation from a friend, it was not worth the extra miles. Nothing much to do, we sat and had a very expensive Coke and watched a lot of people walking by doing their best to look "good". No...More
We were staggered by the whole ambience of Forte dei Marmi, with its 'Bond-Street-on-Sea' high end shopping, ultra expensive seaside eateries and beach front lounging. There are bikes for hire at most hotels, which is the accepted means of getting about, especially if your bijou...More
An amazing destination for all stylish beach goers.
Famous for being the place to be in summer chosen by celebrities, international jet set and entrepreneurs; it's known for its night life, miles-long sandy beaches, great beach clubs and restaurants.
Something for all and more at...More
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Verona is about a three hour drive. Florence is 1.5 hours straight highway. In either city I suggest you park outside central city and take public transportation in. They like sneaking up on you with camera tickets. Also... More
Verona is about a three hour drive. Florence is 1.5 hours straight highway. In either city I suggest you park outside central city and take public transportation in. They like sneaking up on you with camera tickets. Also on highways they warn you ahead of a speed trap, don't ignore it. Hope this helps.