FLORA APT 1Excellent accueil - 20 minutes à pied du centre (sans se presser) - Quartier très calme - Bon équipement - Appartement de caractére avec une immense terrasse - Nous recommandons
FREE BIKE FLATLe quartier très central et sympathique chambre confortable et spacieuse cuisine neuve et propre courette pratique pour les fumeurs
IL CORTILEa very pleasant flat very well situated for tourism and food and walks large space wonderful kitchen.... cupboard space heating (in winter!) great list of places to go ... very accurate a wonderful place to stay .... warm and enthusiastic welcome and map... you can hear the bells of the duomo awesome !
FLORA APT 1Cicha dzielnica, wystarczający komfort, bardzo niska cena. Wszystko ok!
RICASOLILe quartier est au centre de tout. Appartement très propre et très calme, surement du aux fenêtres qui donnent sur une cour. Tout est comme sur les photos. Accueil très sympa. Merci Lauro
IL CUPOLONETrès bel appartement confortable aéré et très agréable à vivre J'y suis restée un mois et n'ai pas vu le temps passer toutes les facilités des commerces de bouche y compris les marchés Très central mais dans une rue calme J'ai beaucoup apprécié la gentillesse et l'accueil chaleureux et discret d'Emanuella
Florence has a special kind of romantic charm that draws in millions of visitors every year. Its classic, Renaissance architecture and scenes provide the perfect backdrop to a cultural city break. It’s also a haven for art lovers, with its collection of top-notch museums showcasing some of the most famous works from around the world. But it’s not just art that characterises Florence, it’s also a city dedicated to creating delicious Italian dishes paired with the freshest of wines, and it’s narrow, winding streets offer an intimate experience in a big city. For the perfect place to stay, book one of our apartments in Florence, which span the entire city – from hidden, cobbled alleyways, to wide boulevards overlooking the city’s main attractions, we have a boutique short term rental or cosy studio for you.[See more]
Florence is, without a doubt, one of the biggest bastions of art in Europe – maybe even the world. It’s full of famous museums that showcase incredible art and sculptures by some of the world’s most famous names. But there are also a number of lesser-known museums that are well worth a visit. The Bargello Museum, situated in the old prison barracks, boasts an important collection of Renaissance sculptures, whilst the Gucci Museum and the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum are must-visits for fashion-lovers.
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Florence’s main airport is the Vespucci Airport, though this is a small hub and mainly reserved for domestic flights. Most visitors actually arrive in Pisa, at the Galileo Galilei airport which lies 80 minutes from Florence and can easily be reached by a direct train. You can also grab a flight into Bologna, which is predominantly serviced by low-cost airlines, and connects to Florence in the south by train. Visitors can also arrive in Florence via the Italian rail network from Rome which is just an hour and a half away and other major Italian hotspots, as well as neighbouring countries via the cross-country services.
Getting around Florence is easy with its tourist-friendly public transport including several bus and tram services that travel to all the major attractions, as well as a reliable and efficient train service which connects the city to nearby towns and destinations. The best way to get around, though, is by foot, with all the major landmarks within easy reach of each other.
Florence is a tourist hotspot but there are still ways you can turn your trip into a local experience. Wander through the numerous open air and covered markets that sell a range of fresh produce – grab some cheese, Italian meats, and a bottle of wine and head to the nearest park. Afterwards, stroll from the Palazzo Pitti to Santo Spirito and dip into the quirky array of artisan shops that you can find along the way, from textile shops to local studios. You can even watch some of the artists at work. Then, grab a tripe sandwich from one of the tripe stalls dotted throughout the city – the authentic taste of Florence!