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    Cool Budget eating alone

    Hi!

    I'm going to visit Firenze in June. I know, long time away, but I always plan my trips waay ahead. Be prepared that I'll probably post a few questions here.
    You have to know about me that I'm a budget lonely traveller, and a very active one, walking everywhere, not being able to sit down for long.
    So, I've been looking at places to eat, and it's not easy. I can't have cow dairy, and recently I've been having an issue with nuts. For lunch I've been finding some places, but I'm having difficulties with finding places that have a relatively quick dish to eat that isn't just a sandwich, and are open for dinner. Oh, and I love wine and pasta! Can you recommend me some places? I also happen to be quite the foodie. I'll be staying for about a week. I don't have the date completely set yet.

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    Dear Isabelle,
    what a good choice Florence, it's a city to discover and...taste!!
    There are plenty of places where you can have a quick meal, from a huge aperitivo, to a wine tasting to some assaggi, that are small tastings of several different dishes, such as pasta or risotto.
    Have a look at this page wher you'll find articles about eating and drinking in Florence:
    http://www.visitflorence.com/eating-...g-in-florence/

    The article Restaurant in Florence lists some of the best places of the city we highly recommend to try out. Even a fantastic pizza is a quick meal perfect for a budget lonely active traveller ;-)

    I'll be waiting then for new posts on your next vacation in Tuscany :-)

    Chiara

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    I'm no expert as I've not yet visited the city. But I recently found this Guardian article 'Ten of the best cheap eats in Florence' which could be of use to you (and me!)

    http://www.theguardian.com/travel/20...-eats-florence

    Maybe somebody more knowledgable could say if the places mentioned in the article are any good?

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