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The apartment is located in the city center close to all the most important monuments or museums (that can be reached on foot) and equipped with all appliances and Free WI FI.. The bedroom is very quiet and bright in front of a courtyard garden. Learn More

San Marco-San Gallo, Firenze

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
single bedroom
$ 29

Small cozy Apartament in a Beutifull Building Notified from the Belle Arti of Florence. It is located in a very good position if you want to literally dive in the local life. Third Floor, Elevator. Between Piazza Santa Croce and Piazza Signoria . Learn More

Santa Croce, Firenze

Room type: Entire home/apt
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Florence DownTown, the Easiest Way.
$ 64

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Santa Croce, Florence

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 1
Studio a Palazzo Vecchio
$ 69

The comfortable single room is 12 minutes walk from Campo di Marte Station (one stop from the main station Santa Maria Novella Station -6 minutes). Learn More

Campo di Marte, Firenze

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 0.5
Comfortable single room
$ 33

Who never dream to travel till the Renaissance for an amazing adventure? The reality could be even better...try the experience of living in a house of '300 with all modern comforts, in the most ancient heart of Florence. Learn More

Santa Croce, Firenze

Room type: Entire home/apt
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 1
HAVEN OF COLORS
$ 34

the appartment is really in the heart of Florence. for a tourist is perfect to visit in comfort the wonders of Florence. in the pedestrian zone,where apart from the daily chatter,you can enjoy a complete harmony ane tranquility.. Learn More

San Giovanni, Florence

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.5
room in the middle of the central
$ 39

Florence, Italy

Florence is one of the planet's most pedestrian-friendly cities, and it's a virtual mecca for history lovers and adventurers. From its classic cobblestone streets to museums and galleries like the Palazzo Pitti and the Uffizi, this city truly is the cultural nexus of Tuscany. Florence features six key neighborhoods (or quarters) built around its major churches: Il Duomo, Santa Maria Novella, Santo Spirito, San Frediano, Santa Croce, and San Lorenzo. As you'll discover, each of Florence's quarters has its own unique flavor and flair.

Il Duomo is one of the country's largest cathedrals, and the surrounding neighborhood sits at the very heart of Florence. By day, tourists shop for designer wares and admire local museums. After dark, families enjoy gelato at the Piazza della Repubblica and American expats party into the early mornings at late-night clubs. Locals know the real party is at Santa Croce, however. The Piazza Santa Croce's many bars and nightclubs are perfect for pub crawlers. Fashion-forward revelers often spill out onto Via de' Benci on weekends, flirting and dancing their way to the next watering hole.

Oltrarno, the neighborhood around San Spirito, represents the vibrant, youthful side of Florence. Hipsters and artists gather at the bohemian Piazza Santo Spirito and chic Piazza del Carmine. The neighborhood buzzes at night, but tourists enjoy the hand-woven silks, silver handicrafts, and other unique souvenirs they find there during the day. History buffs love the many tombs, museums, and chapels of San Lorenzo, including the famous Basilica di San Lorenzo. Just outside the church, vendors hawk leather goods, apparel, and knickknacks at the San Lorenzo Markets.

Since the middle ages, Piazza della Signoria has served as Florence's political center. Its free, open-air sculpture exhibit and eateries further serve to increase its appeal. However, its centerpiece is Florence's medieval town hall, the Palazzo Vecchio. Michelangelo's David once stood guard, but it has since been replaced by a replica while the real one tours the world. It is currently home to Michelangelo's The Genius of Victory.

Admire more of Michelangelo's works at his former residence, Casa Buonarroti, and at Florence's most prestigious sculpture museum, Museo Nazionale del Bargello. History buffs also love The Baptistery of John Baptist. This 11th-century marble building is one of the oldest in Florence. The green and white exterior is beautiful, but it pales in comparison to the mosaics and marble zodiac pavement inside.

Early April may be one of the best times to visit Florence. The spring weather is glorious, as the heat and humidity haven't had a chance to hit. Don't plan your travel for too late though, as showers tend to plague Florence in mid-April.

The pedestrian-friendly streets, fabulous attractions, and friendly faces of Florence make this city a delight for its residents and visitors. No trip to Italy is truly complete until you've had a chance to fully explore this exceptional Tuscan city.

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