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Lovely short walk

Picked up a free local map from the tourist info just along from the archaeological site entrance... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2018
via mobile
Excellent views and easy hike

We have been here often from Florence. Purchase bus tickets at the tobacconist in the Piazza at... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2016
Boston, Massachusetts
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8 Apr 2018
“Lovely short walk”
1 Jul 2016
“Excellent views and easy hike”
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Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

Picked up a free local map from the tourist info just along from the archaeological site entrance. There are 3 suggested walks and we went on the 2.5km walk to Monte Cesari. The walk takes you up through quiet lanes and then lovely pine trees...More

1  Thank brenhell
Reviewed 1 July 2016

We have been here often from Florence. Purchase bus tickets at the tobacconist in the Piazza at San Marco and walk down the street coming from the north, going away from the Academia, and wait for bus number 7 which leaves about every ten minutes....More

3  Thank JohnKappa
Reviewed 21 March 2015

Almost all of the previuous reviewers who have preceded me have drawn the "Park Montececeri" as an excursion from Fiesole to Fiesole, ie which forces you to make twice the same way (some have even spoken of the Park confusing it with other places in...More

4  Thank Brun066
Reviewed 25 September 2014

The free map of Fiesole lists 3 walks which I highly recommend. One is titled "The Stone Masons and Leonardo". The walk in its entirety is about 3 miles long, partly paved but solid trails in the park. It is however suggested that you be...More

3  Thank wendyb11934
Reviewed 28 May 2014

The Parco di Montececeri is one of our favourite walks from the Pensione Bencista. Shaded from the sun, the climb is in places steep but the view over Tuscany from the small piazza with the monument to Leonard da Vinci is spectacular. Follow the path...More

4  Thank zanzare-tigre
Reviewed 27 April 2014

This was our last day, last trip before we left Tuscany in October. The weather was perfect, which helped a lot the overall impression - when it comes to 'nature attractions' you need good weather to really appreciate it. The park is easy for walking...More

Thank Nemtheanga
Reviewed 20 October 2013

We visited Fiesole to see the Duomo and the Etruscan remains, and then walk back to Florence. When we got there we found that the tourist office had maps for local walks. Feeling somewhat sated with art and culture we walked instead. The park is...More

2  Thank John C
Reviewed 13 October 2013

Good day trip from Florence. We packed sandwiches and took a bus from Florence to Fiesole, then walked up and down the hills. Park has wonderful view of Florence. Sat on a bench, had lunch and enjoyed the view. Well worth the trip.

Thank hutz1
Reviewed 6 October 2013

We drove up to Fiesole which overlooks Florence. We walked through this small suburb of Florence. We bought gelato walked up the hill to the Park that overlooks Florence and from there we watched one of the most beautiful sunsets we have ever seen. The...More

Thank Robin and Diane F
Reviewed 7 August 2013

Nice walking trail through the parc with beautiful view on Florence. No directions available. Da Vinci was said to use this place as try out place but no indications available.

Thank Filiep D
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