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Camping Michelangelo Campsite Review

Below is a Campsite review submitted by nukeadmin of Camping Michelangelo, If you find any glaring errors with our listing for Camping Michelangelo please let us know.
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Italian Campsite Camping Michelangelo Independent[Reviews:1] Date Added/Modified: 12/02/2007


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Submitted Rating:Best - Score 8
Average Review Rating: Best - Score 8
Ranked #5 for Campsites in Tuscany
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Dogs Welcome Electrical Hookups available Laundry Facilities Available Campsite is Open all year Motorhome Service Point Facilities available

Number Of Pitches:80 
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Attractions Nearby:Florence, Piazza Michelangelo
Toilet Rating:Good
Distance from Public Transport(miles):1
Opening Dates:Open All Year
Cost per night (High Season):€31
Cost per night (Low Season):€24
Campsite Type:Independent
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Address Details
Viale Michelangelo
Firenze
Italy
Florence
Tuscany
50125
gps location for Camping Michelangelo campsite GPS Co-ordinates: 43.76174973246431 / 11.26671552658081
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Camping Michelangelo Telephone Number00 39 0556811977
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Campsite Review By:NG2 Visited: August 2012


Review Rating:: Best - Score 8

From the Motorway at Firenze Impruneta, it took around 20 minutes to get to the site. Just follow signs to “Firenze centro” and at the sign for “Piazzale Michelangiolo” bear right and after a few miles, the campsite is on your left hand side. From the main road, there is a sharpish turn down into the entrance, but its fine.

We arrived unnanounced at midday in mid August and were efficiently shown to a few pitches from which we could choose. Throughout the stay there were always pitches available for Motorhomes.

Busy site with predominantly ‘backpackers’, but there were also lots of Motorhomers and although we were pitched quite close to the bar area, we didn’t find any problems with noise, etc.

Showers, toilets, whilst being a bit outdated, were always very clean and always available.

Good Motorhome service point also available.

We did have some problems with electricity, which kept tripping, and the maintainance man told us that it was a 2 amp supply and would, therefore, only run the bare minimum.

Ponte Vecchio bridge is a 25 minute walk, with the Train Station being about 40 minutes away. These are steep walks, but manageable and there were buses at the entrance to the campsite to take you into town for a couple of euros. Lots of options with the trains; (we went to both Venice and Rome).

Piazzale Michelangiolo is a five minute walk away and you get a wonderful view of the entire city and sunset is particularly spectacular. You can get a drink there and sit and watch the sunset, listen to people singing and generally soak up the atmosphere.

The site is quite expensive at nearly €40 per night, but is a brilliant site for Florence (which is absolutely beautiful) and a great base to explore the surrounding areas.