Tag Archives: florence

Hotels with Incredible Rooftop Terraces

Extraordinary views, killer cocktails in uber-hip bars, lush gardens and crystal blue infinity swimming pools. Sometimes with all 4!  Read on for Our Ultimate Guide to Hotels and their Stunning Rooftop Terraces. Continue reading

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5 of the world’s best ice-cream parlours

The team at mypootle are always on the lookout for a lip smackingly good ice-cream. We are just back from Puglia where there was no end of tasty, fruit filled arty gelato but the good news is that you don’t need to go to Italy to get a lick of the good stuff, so here’s our selection of some of the best around… Continue reading

Hot Hotels in Florence you should know about

The former beating heart of Renaissance Italy will not fail to impress with its art, architecture and flamboyance. Gaze in awe at Brunelleschi’s dome and the Basilica di Santa Croce, walk the banks of the Arno and the Ponte Vecchio, explore the delights of the Uffizi and Academia and don’t forget that this is also designer shopping heaven and home to the likes of Gucci and Ferragamo.

This is a proud, exciting city where life is to be enjoyed; relax in the late afternoon with an aperitivo, dine on the finest rustic Tuscan food, taste your way around some superb chiantis and relish life the Florentine way. Oh, and sleep somewhere amazing. Here are our hottest Florentine boutique hotels. Continue reading

28 Essential Things to do in Florence

This Renaissance rich city never fails to impress us with its art, architecture and sheer flamboyance.

Here are our 28 must not miss essential tips!

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mypootle: our European hotties under £200

Looking for some fabulously stylish places to stay that won’t burst the purse? Here’s our selection of Europe’s hot hotels that come with seriously good looks and astoundingly good value. Drum roll please…. it’s time for our European Hotties Under £200 Continue reading

Just back from 3 gorgeous Tuscan cities

Zipping into Venice on my water taxi I whizzed past little islands and waterside palazzos before reaching the Grand Canal, slipping under the Rialto Bridge Continue reading