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1. Posted by hypea (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

We (myself, husband, 6 y.o. son) are going to Italy in April. We're looking for a cheap yet decent accommodation in a central location, and found B&B l'Archetto: http://digilander.libero.it/luciamellone2006/

Does anyone know anything about this B&B? Any input is appreciated.

2. Posted by Gurt (Full Member 62 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

In Florence you don't need a car and in most of the cities you mentioned
you park the car at the edge and visit the city by foot.
There are rather good trains and the stations are near the city centres (not San Gimignano)
but I advise you rent a car to drive easily, air conditioned and comfortable to
your destinations.

Don't leave anything in your car while parking, especially in Pisa.
Renting a car is rather expensive in Italy, use the Italian rental
company 'Maggiore'. www.maggiore.it

Don't forget to visit Orvieto if don't don't mind some extra km's.
I'm sure you'll like the trip.

Ger

3. Posted by Gurt (Full Member 62 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

In Florence you don't need a car and in most of the cities you mentioned
you park the car at the edge and visit the city by foot.
There are rather good trains and the stations are near the city centres (not San Gimignano)
but I advise you rent a car to drive easily, air conditioned and comfortable to
your destinations.

Don't leave anything in your car while parking, especially in Pisa.
Renting a car is rather expensive in Italy, use the Italian rental
company 'Maggiore'. www.maggiore.it

Don't forget to visit Orvieto if don't don't mind some extra km's.
I'm sure you'll like the trip.

Ger

4. Posted by Gurt (Full Member 62 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

In Florence you don't need a car and in most of the cities you mentioned
you park the car at the edge and visit the city by foot.
There are rather good trains and the stations are near the city centres (not San Gimignano)
but I advise you rent a car to drive easily, air conditioned and comfortable to
your destinations.

Don't leave anything in your car while parking, especially in Pisa.
Renting a car is rather expensive in Italy, use the Italian rental
company 'Maggiore'. www.maggiore.it

Don't forget to visit Orvieto if don't don't mind some extra km's.
I'm sure you'll like the trip.

Ger