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Hotels in Barberino di Mugello start at $106 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Wandering in Florence? To experience it like the locals do, reserve hotels that are within an easy drive from the excitement of Barberino di Mugello. Travelocity's travel guide currently is showing 7 places to stay within easy driving distance of the center and surrounds of Barberino di Mugello.
If you and your traveling partner are hoping to find accommodation that is only a short stroll from the heart of Barberino di Mugello, Poggio agli Ulivi and Il Vignolino Bed and Breakfast are more than suitable.
2 miles (3 kilometers) from the middle of Barberino di Mugello is the Poggio agli Ulivi. This hotel is a a good option for those seeking cheaper lodgings. Also, check out the rates and amenities at the Il Vignolino Bed and Breakfast.
The Four Seasons Hotel Firenze is located 17 miles (27 kilometers) from the heart of Barberino di Mugello. Another place to stay is the The St. Regis Florence, which is positioned 17 miles (28 kilometers) away. An alternative option is to make a reservation at the J.K. Place Firenze or the Villa La Massa.
Why not broaden your horizons and see the other sights dotted around Tuscany during your stay in the area? Admire Tuscany's rural landscapes, beaches and coastal plains. In addition, you should venture to some of its ruins. Popular things to do in this area of Italy include snowboarding, skiing and snow shoeing.
20 miles (33 kilometers) from Barberino di Mugello, you can reach Bagno a Ripoli, where you can spend the day exploring Circolo Golf Ugolino and San Piero a Ema Church. Some Travelocity-listed Bagno a Ripoli accommodation options include the Mulino di Firenze and Villa Olmi Firenze. For another option, head to Certaldo Alto, 35 miles (55 kilometers) south of Barberino di Mugello, where you can pick from the Azienda Agricola Casa alle Vacche and Poderi Arcangelo. While visiting Certaldo Alto, don't miss the Church of Saint Jacob and Saint Philip and Museum of Sacred Art.