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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
The large outdoor market is on Sunday and Wednesday mornings. For the most part, it consists of high price items that are made in Italy. No bargains here but it was fun to walk around and see what the various vendors had to offer. The...More
Whilst staying in Viareggio for the week we caught the bus up to Forte Dei Marmi for a market but then manage to explore the rest of the town. Parking's an issue on the market day so it's good to get the bus which is...More
Upmarket and expensive. I loved the twin and beach but the prices were even more expensive than Rome and south of France. Market was v good and people friendly.
Plenty to see and do but take your credit card. Parking a nightmare on market days.
After 2 weeks i am thinking where is the beautiness of this city. Very blasones, researched by lot of rich people, but simply a city with expensive shops, expensive beach, expensive restaurants...
Some not small problem with all the bikes along the street and the...More
Response from dgermer182 | Reviewed this property |
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.