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Located 5 km from Fortezza da Basso, 6 km from Santa Maria Novella and 6 km from Strozzi Palace, Appartamento Aeroporto Firenze features accommodation situated in Florence. Very close to the airport and close to the place to catch the bus to the city. The house was very confortable, with a huge bed.
Located in Florence's Novoli quarter, Hotel Real has free WiFi. It offers classically furnished accommodation with flat-screen TV. Rooms at the Real Hotel come with a private bathroom with a... Excelent location. Very friendly english speaking staff. Clean rooms
Featuring city views, Ambra offers accommodation with free bikes and a terrace, around 5 km from Fortezza da Basso. Guests have access to free WiFi.
Located 5 minutes' drive from Florence Peretola Airport, close to the A1 and A11 Motorways, Hotel Franchi offers air-conditioned rooms with a balcony. Parking plus Wi-Fi are both free. Convenient location for early morning flight. Easy to arrange airport transport.
Casa Diana is an apartment situated in Florence, 3.9 km from Fortezza da Basso. The unit is 4.4 km from Santa Maria Novella. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. A very beautiful and nice place with a comfortable and good equipped kitchen and a cosy bedroom with a fen, a big store (LIDL) nearby, good connection (bus) to the old centre of the city. We liked that Diana kept in touch though we did never see each other and that the place was quiet and restful.
Located just 1 km from Florence Peretola Airport, EurHotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant open every day. It is 100 metres from the bus stop linking with Florence’s historic centre. Th breakfast was very good and its worth for money. Its not too far from the city. It takes just 20 minutes to reach the city or if you take a taxi then it does not cost more than 20 euros to reach the city center.
Located in Florence, 5 km from Fortezza da Basso, Florence Shabby Chic Home has a terrace. The property is set 6 km from Santa Maria Novella. Strozzi Palace is 6 km from the property.
Less than 2 km from Florence Peretola Airport, Hotel Mirage is a 10-minute drive from Florence centre. It offers free parking. The Firenze Nord exit of the A1 Motorway is 8 km away. Wi-Fi is free. I loved it nice place nice beds nice hotel but the WiFi was not good for a 4.* hotel
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Room Two Cats is located in Florence, 5 km from Fortezza da Basso. The unit is air conditioned and is equipped with a flat-screen TV. The owner was very welcoming the room was clean and quirky. Fantastic value for money. Would not hesitate to recommend.
Casa Homa in Florence offers accommodation with free WiFi, 6 km from Fortezza da Basso, 6 km from Santa Maria Novella and 7 km from Strozzi Palace. Wifi was fast. Room was clean and the owner is kind and nice person. Facilities are good since there is a kitchen and air conditioner in the flat. It deserves the price.
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Starhotels Tuscany offers free Wi-Fi throughout and is situated 3 km from Firenze Peretola Airport. Its rooms come with soft feather beds and parquet floors. The hotel was way above our expectations and was a short bus ride to the centre.
Cosmopolitan Hotel offers stylish rooms with air conditioning just 1 km from Florence Peretola Airport. Free parking is provided and Florence centre is a 10-minute bus ride away. The hotel is excellent and on a great location!
Featuring an outdoor pool, Novotel Firenze Nord is 1 km from the A1 motorway and 3 km from Florence Peretola Airport. Rooms at Novotel Firenze Nord Aeroporto are all air-conditioned. Comfortable bed and breakfast buffet
Offering free parking and free Wi-Fi throughout, the 4-star Nilhotel is a 10-minute drive from Florence Airport and city centre. A varied American breakfast is served every morning. The large space for own car parking, It's possible to use the underground garage also.
Hotel Paganini is located in Florence, 2.5 km from Fortezza da Basso and 3 km from Santa Maria Novella. Amaising Breakfast, Comfortable beds, Fantastic stuff
Set in a residential and commercial area next to San Donato Park, the Hilton Garden Inn is 5 minutes' drive from Florence Airport and a 15-minute bus ride from the city centre. Lovely restaurant/ breakfast area. Rooms clean and bed very comfortable.
Auto Park Hotel provides free car parking, air-conditioned rooms, and excellent public transport links into Florence's historic centre. The staff at both the reception area and especially in the dining(breakfast) were so friendly and...
Just 4 km from Florence's Peretola Airport and 8 km from Florence's city centre, the Ibis Firenze Nord Aeroporto is well linked by the A1 and A11 motorways. Great location, safe parking, clean room, nice staff.
Florence is an amazing town. The architecture and history of this place is impressive. I highly recommend getting a pair of good walking shoes and just walking around the city. There are no need for taxis in this top city. Walk around and 'feel' the vibe of Florence. Take a walk out of town up to Piazzale Michelangelo and see the amazing city from afar. Santa Croce, Santa Maria Novella and the Duomo are my favourite churches in this city. They are all completely different. The Duomo has free entry but the other two charge a small fee. It is worth it! Watch out for the hawkers. They will try every trick in the book to get you to give them money or buy their cheap wares. I saw a few tourists be stung by them, a few times. Their favourite trick is to ask you for the time and then slip a bracelet onto your wrist and expect you to pay for it - even though you don't want it! Just be firm and keep walking. The Medici family have set Firenze up for the future well with all its wealth and antiquity. Palazzo Vecchio is a great place to visit and learn more about the family and the history of Florence. The Uffizi is good, but often under construction, so plan your visit for this one. Planning - avoid being in Florence on a Monday - most places (museums, galleries etc.) close on a Monday! Do your research to know what is open and when. Just because the museum is open doesn't mean it is open for the whole day! This city has a magical vibe and feel about it. I just love it! I wish everyone happy adventures in Firenze! :)
Art lovers will love this place. Florence is a beautiful city, it has a different vibe and I loved the time I spend there. Galleries, museums, lovely food and wine. Go to the top of Campanile next to the Duomo, and get beautiful photos of all those Tuscan red roofs. Ponte Vecchio looks beautiful at subset, that if it's not cloudy. Palazzo Pitti and the gardens are worth a visit (or more than just one). The area is massive and there are different timings for rooms and gardens, so make sure you decide what you want to see first and then get your tickets. My fiancé and I decided for the Boboli gardens and we're happy we did, it's such a beautiful place. Be aware that in autumn and winter opening and closing times change. Florence is the city to buy leather products, you can almost smell everywhere. At Ponte Vecchio, street artists have their drawings and paintings collection worth having a look at, it would do for a pretty souvenir. Bike and segway rental are very common, we decided to go on a segway trip for 1 hour and it was quite fun. And if food is whay you're looking for, there's a restaurant near piazza Signoria called Ristorante Totó. We had most of our meals, good attention from staff, good waiting times and of course, lovely food. The house wine is very addictive ;) and go for a steak there, you might get a bit shocked once they ask you to decide what you'd like, I still remember the size of those things! In all, Florence is a beautiful, safe and romantic city. You'll want to come back for sure.
We have visited Florence many times, but every time we go there, we discover something new! One never get tired seeing the Duomo! It really is a masterpiece. Seeing all the beautiful art and statues all over the city is a very nice and enriching experience. I love Ponte Vecchio, pity there are always so many people! Visiting the Uffizi Gallery is a must-do if you have the time. We dined at a few little hidden gems, as well as eating the usual street food on the go, like the particular lamprodotto sandwich you can only find in Florence. One other thing you cannot miss when it comes to a culinary experience, is the panforte traditional sweet, which you can buy at specialised pasticceria shops! We also had some crepes with chocolate and ice cream at the Venchi chocolate shop!!! It was soooooo good! A must-go-there-experience! In Florence it is advised and best to go around by foot, so, beware! Pack comfortable shoes! Most of the city's inner centre is pedestrian, which is very nice. You can however get around by horse-drawn carriage (very touristic), taxi and buses (buses are used mostly in the outer centre). We haven't had any bad experiences in Florence, but, I suppose one always have to be vigilant of pick pockets, especially in crowded areas. Also, some touristic restuarants add a 10% service fee to your bill...even if the service wasn't worth it!
Beautiful Medieval City. Simply walking around it is a joy. Loads of Culture (beyond the Uffitzi). It's hard to have a bad meal, even the most obvious tourist traps will serve a decent pasta dish. Again, you'll be hard pushed to order a bad bottle of wine. It's all eating, drinking and art and if you're not too exhausted by those experience then there's great shopping too! You can walk almost everywhere. (Though if budget will stretch a drive up to the San Michele for a drink is great diversion and the view of Florence is worth the prices - Though I wouldn't opt for dinner as that is a stretch too far.) We paid for the fierenze card and it was totally worth it for the cue jumping alone. Even though the Uffitzi houses some of the most iconic works of art from the masters, I'm not sure if would bother with this on a limited trip. The Academia and Strozzi are much more enjoyable experiences. For the Foodies an absolute must is Cibreo near the Santa Croce - we ate in the trattoria rather than the main restaurant but it was brilliant. A thoroughly authentic and exquisite Florentine experience. Get there early for a table.
It's easy to travel around Florence, such a beautiful city, I will be returning perminanty in around 1month, I would recommend going to piazza Michael angelo, where you can watch the sunset with a cute wine bar at the top :) (if you get lost or confused it's over the Florence bridges up to the statued men that are strangely placed everywhere) the restaurants are lush! Good priced! Wifi everywhere, I would also recommend the Duomo, where you can pay for a ticket and walk up the steps to the top! (417) if I remember, just bring a juice and it's the most beautiful thing, I would also recommend over the Florence bridges, the museum where you can walk around the gardens, it is my favourite memory of all time, you can see all of the city, Florence you will never be bored its stunning and there is always things to do, all the people are happy too.
There are, of course, the well known sights that are 'de rigeur' for a visit to Florence. There are also many jewels to be discovered by spending time by exploring the paths less travelled. The local people are, generally, very welcoming but as everywhere one occasionally encounters the fractious and irascible individuals. Of particular note in this respect I would draw attention to the entire staff at Santa Croce who were in an increasing spectrum of disinterest and unpleasantness in the tourist public. I made a point of expressing my displeasure to one, particularly unpleasant, character on the security check point after one had purchased an entry ticket. I was so affronted by this ultimate discourtesy that I left my ticket on his desk and bade him farewell with advice to learn some elements of decorous behaviour. It must be emphasisied that his was the exception to most people to be found in similar roles throughout Florence. It is a beautiful city to be savoured and enjoyed!!