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4.2 out of 5 (39 Customer reviews)
1 The holiday homes and apartments in in Florence have been rated by 39 customers, scoring 4.2 out of 5 houses, on average.

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4.6 out of 5 (126 Customer reviews)
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  • 5.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 23/06/2017 in German, travel period: June 2017

    “Florenz ist eine atemberaubend interessante und sehenswerte Stadt. Die vielen Sehenswürdigkeiten kann man in einer Woche gar nicht alle ansehen. Die Stadt zieht damit sehr viele Besucher an. Die vielen Touristen verbreiten ein internationales Flair, auch wenn es nicht immer einfach ist, sich da durch die Stadt zu bewegen. Aber die Stadt pulsiert und bietet auf Schritt und Tritt neue Attraktionen. Trotzdem findet man immer irgendwo ein freies Plätzchen in einer Trattoria, Osteria, einem Restaurant, Café oder ähnlichem. Es macht Spaß und lohnt sich, durch die vielen kleineren Gassen auf Erkundungstour zu gehen. Für uns erstaunlich: Selbst in den wirklich stark von Touristen frequentierten Bereichen haben wir keine überhöhten Preise festgestellt.

    Tip: Florenz bei Nacht mit Blick von "Michelangelo" oder auch der oberhalb der Stadt liegende Ort Fiesole. Wir hatten das Glück, dass wir gute italienische Freunde kennen lernten, die uns diese Erlebnisse ermöglichten.”

    This review has been given for property no. 1140977

  • 5.0 out of 5
    atraveo customer Andreas wrote
    on 17/06/2017, travel period: June 2017

    “Pure Culture :-)”

    This review has been given for property no. 869576 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 4.0 out of 5
    atraveo customer Gross wrote
    on 13/06/2017

    “We had a lot to see in Florence! Beautiful is the Dome and the Baptistery. After getting informed at Tripadvisor, where are good restaurant, we also got very good.”

    This review has been given for property no. 166587 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 4.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 11/06/2017

    “Florence is just nice. With Vespa in Tuscany is great. Many museums! Gladly again.”

    This review has been given for property no. 1140790 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 5.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer has submitted the following rating
    on 06/05/2017

    highly recommended

    This review has been given for property no. 650296

This is how holiday rental owners described Florence

The Oltrarno – “Across the Arno” is the artisans’ neighborhood, still packed with workshops where craftspeople hand-carve furniture and hand-stitch leather gloves. It began as a working-class neighborhood to catch the overflow from the expanding medieval city on the Arno’s opposite bank, but it also became a rather chic area ...
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for aristocrats to build palaces on the edge of the countryside. The largest of these, the Pitti Palace, later became the home of the grand dukes and today houses a set of museums second only to the Uffizi. Behind it spreads the landscaped baroque fantasies of the Boboli Gardens, Florence’s best park. Masaccio’s frescoes in Santa Maria della Carmine here were some of the most influential of the early Renaissance.
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source: Tuzomay
Our apartment is located in a quiet Florentine neighborhood, full of small shops, fruit and vegetable markets, excellent pizzerias, and quaint cafès/bars for cappuccio and pastries. At the same time, it is just steps away from the Arno River and spectacular views of the Ponte Vecchio, Piazzale Michelangelo, and the ...
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Florence center.

Taxis are available on call and usually arrive at the apartment within 3 minutes.
Buses are available for travel into the city center as well as throughout Tuscany. The bus stop (for buses D and 23 into and from the center center) is located just 150 meters from the apartment. Sightseeing buses also stop at nearby Piazza Ferrucci.
City Car and CarToGo rentals can also be found on the streets nearby the apartment.
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source: Donati
xxxxxx 2 km from the city center: 10 minutes by bus No. 6, which stops right in front of the gate of the property (both outward and return).
or on foot: about 20 minutes
Located in a quiet district of Florence, the study offers a great peace for his set ...
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back from the main road and the presence of only the property owners.
You enter through the gate and along the private road you rich to the studio.
which consists of a fully equipped kitchenette, a sleeping area (double bed 140 x 200 cm) a living dining room where there is a sofa bed (double bed 140 x 200 cm) and a bathroom with shower. Altogether, about 40 m2
A large equipped courtyard of about 35 m2 shaded and flowery, ideal for relaxing or eating out.
In the courtyard you can also park your car
E. 10.00 night
A 5-minute walk away via Gioberti, the commercial street of the neighborhood, with restaurants, bars, trattorias, pizzerias, ice cream shops, bank, supermarket and all other types of shops to satisfy any need e
free wifi
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source: Studiofirenze di Roberto Maurri
Your Holiday Apartment in Florence...

Enjoy the freedom of our self-catering apartments located in trendy San Frediano / Santo Spirito neighbourhood, steps away form Palazzo Pitti, Boboli Gardens and Ponte Vecchio. All major historical sights of Florence are at short walking distance.

FLORENT gives you a choice from a charming ...
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studio ideal for two people, up to a stunning top-floor 3 bedroom apartment. Whatever your choice is, you will find tastefully decorated interiors, attention to detail and a warm atmosphere.

The entire 1800 building has been recently refurbished. Our skilled Florentine craftsmen succeeded in giving a contemporary twist to tradition.

All of our apartments come with fully equipped kitchenette, en-suite bathroom, central heating / AC, digital TV and WIFI. Bed linens and fresh bath towels are provided.

The streets and surrounding area have, at a degree, retained their feel of a working-class quarter where craftsmen workshops are next door to stylish cafès, wine bars and excellent local cuisine restaurants.

Just drop off your bags and make yourself at home!
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source: S-Visione e Progetto srl
Sunny apartment with a panoramic view of Florence center and surrounding hills, typical of Tuscany.
Great for tourism in the historical Florence center, 15 min with a new fast tramvia T1 (every 3 min, stop at 100m from the apartment, ticket 1 Euro with family discount).
Comfortable for families and ...
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small groups (up to 6 people) with sunny balcony, A/C, PC, Wifi, printer, Sat/TV and a nice kitchen full of tools. A lot of free car parking around, no parking problems.

Apartment for vacationing families or professionals.
Suitable for visiting Florence and the cities' historical neighbors (Pisa, Livorno, Lucca, Siena) by train or car.
Suitable for business trips in and around Florence (fairs, conferences, activities' temporary studio etc.)

Located Scandicci (FI) in a quiet and well served (restaurants, banks, bar / pastry shop, pharmacy, supermarket, shopping center).
Just a few hundred meters from the Castle dell'Acciaiolo and pedestrian area where there are many shops, mostly clothing, shopping.
About 5 km from the center of Florence, 100 meters from the new tramway stop resistance (10-15 min from the center of the city 'and the Central Station SMN).
About 5 km from the A1 Highway (Scandicci) and from the highway to Pisa and Livorno (FI-PI-LI).
Equipped with the comforts (satellite TV, internet / wifi, PC, air conditioning).

Comfortable apartment with kitchen, bedroom and living room (max 6 people)
Apartment for vacationing families or professionals.
In building, V floor, in excellent condition.
3 rooms, 75 square meters, 1 kitchen, 1 bedroom with double bed and single bed 1 large living room with sofa bed and extra bed possible. for a total of 3/6 beds.
A bathroom with shower and hairdryer.
Two terraces: the kitchen side (veranda) overlooking the garden and hills, side sitting room (about 10 sqm) with a beautiful wide view of the Florentine hills and Duomo.
Hot / cold heating, central heating condominium. Hot water with electric boiler.
Oven, microwave, iron, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer.
TV with digital terrestrial and satellite channels (free).
Internet access with WIFI and desktop PC (Dell OptiPlex).
Bed linen and towels included (weekly change).
Apartment suitable for visiting Florence ..
Near the center of Florence (about 5 km) easily accessible by tram (stop resistance downstairs) about 10-15 min to get to the SMN train station in the city center '(closed to car traffic).

How to reach the apartment
By motorway: exit Scandicci the A1, direction Scandicci center, the City of Scandicci (the apartment is located opposite the Town Hall).
In expressway, near the exit of the motorway FI-PI-LI, the same route of the highway.
By train: From Central Station of Florence (SMN) take the tram (opposite the entrance to the station) and get off at resistance.
Near the center of Florence (about 5 km) easily accessible by tram (stop resistance downstairs) about 10-15 min to get to the SMN train station in the city center '(closed to car traffic).
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source: Gignoli
In the fifteenth century, at the height of the Renaissance, Florence achieved its greatest moment, thanks to the concentration of brilliant personalities and artists like Filippo Brunelleschi and Leon Battista Alberti in architecture, Masaccio, Filippo Lippi and Sandro Botticelli in painting, and Donatello, Ghiberti, Luca della Robbia in sculpture, at ...
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the height of which were the two great talents of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Also in the fifteenth century,thanks to Cosimo the Elder and Lorenzo the Magnificent,
the rule of the Medici family was established. In the sixteenth century - after the
Republican period whose leaders were Savonarola and Machiavelli - a dynastic regime was established. The artistic movement of Mannerism, which was established around 1520 with Pontormo and Rosso, well reflects the political unrest of the times. In 1555, with the conquest of Siena, which took place a century after that of Pisa, the Grand Duchy of Tuscany reached its greatest territorial expansion
under the rule of Cosimo I.
The seventeenth century is characterized by the extraordinary development of science - with Galileo Galilei as one of the leading protagonists - with the many museums bearing witness to this.
In the eighteenth century, Florence experienced another interesting phenomenon,
the Grand Tour. Along with other Italian cities, Florence, “Cradle of the Renaissance”, was a mandatory stop for the many young aristocrats and intellectuals from northern Europe. The Medici dynasty died out in 1737, and the Grand Duchy passed to the Lorena until 1859. During the time in which
it was capital of Italy (1865 to 1870) the city underwent profound transformations, such as the demolition of the walls which were then replaced by the ring of boulevards, and the demolition of the Old Market, now Piazza della Repubblica.
By the mid-nineteenth century, the artistic movement of the Macchiaioli painters (Fattori, Lega, Signorini) was established, anti-academic and parallel with French Impressionism.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Florence was also involved in industrial
development, although a craft tradition continued to persist, partly linked to the ancient roots of quality. Hard hit during the Second World War, Florence experienced its most dramatic moments in November of 1966, when the waters of the Arno flooded the city. The city is currently experiencing a period of profound transformations - from the pedestrian area of Piazza del Duomo and Oltrarno to major infrastructure works, such as the tramway, or architecture works such as the Nuovo Teatro dell’Opera and the Palazzo di Giustizia, in an attempt to combine the demands of the modern age with a respect for tradition.
Since 1982 the historic centre of Florence has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Florence boasts an extraordinary wealth of art, a splendid testimony to its centuries-old civilization, for the most part preserved in the more than 70 city museums: among these, Uffizi, Accademia Gallery, Palazzo Pitti, the Palazzo Vecchio ... just to mention the main ones!
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The apartment is situated in a strategic position, a short walk away from the business hub of the city (Fortezza da Basso Exhibition Centre and the Florence Conference Centre), as well as the historical centre of Florence with its world famous museums and attractions. Also within walking distance are Santa ...
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Maria Novella Central Rail Station and the public parkings of the Fortezza da Basso and Santa Maria Novella. A Casa di Olga is also easily accessible from the motorways and the Florence Airport.

In less than 10 minutes walking you're in the very historical centre of Florence and within few minutes you can visit some of the most famous and beautiful places: Piazza Santa Maria Novella, San Lorenzo with its Church and famous Market, Via Roma, Via Calzaiuoli, The Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, Piazza della Signoria, the Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio and much more. There're also many good places nearby to eat typical Tuscan dishes. Benedetta and Lorenzo will give you some suggetsions. If you like to enjoy the nigtlife then, you'll find many nice bars and places. The areas of Piazza del Carmine, Santo and San Frediano for example are always lively and full of young people.

It would be very nice also to rent a bycicle and going through the town centre by this mean of transport! Otherwise there's the bus for the historical centre. The bus stop is in Via Guido Monaco, the street parallel to Via delle Ghiacciaie (2 minutes only!).

In general: restaurants, bars, laundry facilities, supermarkets, stores, banks, pharmacies, are within 5/10 minutes walking. The neighboorhood of San Jacopino (5 minutes walking from Casa di Olga) is very well-provided too.
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source: Materassi
Poggio Gaio is the ancient name of the hill where our guest-house lies, name due to the excellent panoramic exposition and to the sun.
It is one of the countless hills that, following one another enchantingly, face to the doors of the South area of Florence, distant and unknown to ...
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the urban traffic, but at the same time reachable in a few minutes by car from the city centre: because of that the position is excellent too.
Soft hills, plenty of cypresses, olives and fruit trees: this way Poggio Gaio and the surroundings welcome our guests. And not only this way, because just some meters far from our guest-house you find the Galileo Galilei’s house, where he lived the last years, the astronomical observatory of Arcetri, the “Torre del Gallo” castle, a wonderful road-terrace where to contemplate a breathtaking view from, say nothing of the countless trekking paths through the green.
From one of our panorama points you can admire the historical Certosa abbacy and in the far the valley where Florence lies and which arrives until Pistoia.
7 final words to summarize Poggio Gaio: the perfect union between nature and art.
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source: Poggio Gaio di Marta Pecchioli
The accommodation is located in a quiet pedestrian street next to the Old Bridge, the worldwide known and most representative monument of Florence.

Florence, a city rich of history and culture, the cradle of the Renaissance, it lays around in all directions so that each point of interest is always ...
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reachable with a short walk. For example in just 5 minutes you can walk to the Uffizi Gallery or the Pitti Palace or Palazzo Vecchio with its beautiful Boboli Gardens, and in just 10 minutes, walking along the main street (Via Calzaiuoli), you can reach the Duomo, the Baptistery , San Lorenzo or the Santo Spirito chatedrals and many other monuments and museums of great importance. Any point of the center is reached within 10/15 minutes on foot and in just 30 minutes, while having a pleasant walk in the picturesque district of San Niccolò and between ancient trees, you can reach even the famous Piazzale Michelangelo which offers a breathtaking view over the city.

The definitely central location makes this apartment an ideal location for a visit of a few days in Florence, easily reachable from anywhere in the city and surrounded by all the services that you may need during your stay, starting from various grocery stores and a laundry located just in front of the building entrance, to end with the opportunity offered by the supermarket located at 100 meters.
Moreover, despite the location in the heart of the city, the street usually is very quiet because it is part of the pedestrian Pitti / Old Bridge recently established, so there is no traffic.

The fifth floor (with lift) increases even more the peace and privacy that you can enjoy. Finally, with regard to safety, the road take advantage of the proximity to one of the main points of interest in the city that is continuosly guarded.
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source: Prevedello
The apartment is situated in North-West Florence in the Novoli district, a dynamic and commercially productive area where the new University and Administration fulcrum is located, just a few minutes from the exit of the A1/A11 motorway and from the “A. Vespucci” airport of Florence. It is also well connected ...
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by public transport to the city centre and Exhibition Area (Business Centre – Congress Centre – Fortezza da Basso).
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source: M&D Srl
Florence is situated in central Italy, in the heart of Tuscany, and the most developed area of tourism in the city is undoubtedly artistic-religious, thanks to the presence of innumerable works of art and churches. The historical centre of Florence is quite small, so it is easy to visit on ...
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The apartment is located near a park in the northern part of the city in the Tuscan province. This area is called the "New City" of Florence. This area encompasses the new university, the new tribunal and local offices of major companies. The Duomo Cathedral, the airport and main motorway exits are only 3 km from the apartment.
It is also 1km far from the Cascine Park. The Cascine Park is the biggest public green space in Florence. It is home to rich vegetation, sporting facilities, annual festivals, the Faculty of Agricultural Science, the School of Airborne Warfare and even a couple of nightclubs.
The park, which takes it name from the term cascina, meaning farmhouse, used to be part of the Medici estate. It was used as a game reserve until 1737, when it was turned into a place for leisure by the Grand-Duchy of Lorraine.
Fifty years later, efforts to create a large park saw the construction of several architectural wonders, including the Little Royal Palace, the Quercione fountain (or Fontana delle Boccacce), the pyramid-shaped ice store and the Pavoniere, two Neoclassical temples used as birdcages.
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source: D'Alba
Florence. The Duomo district is Florence’s historic city centre. The Duomo area constitutes the very heart of Florence and the area takes its name from Brunelleschi’s magnificent dome on the wonderful Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral. The Duomo neighbourhood offers an array of beautiful historical buildings and superb piazzas including ...
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the Mercato di San Lorenzo, the Piazza del Duomo and Piazza della Repubblica, piazza Santa Croce, famous for its attractive cafes, patisserie shops, live music, street performers and caricature artists. Furthermore, the area is surrounded by the city’s main cultural attractions, notably Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, the Bargello Palace and Casa Buonarroti, the former home of Michelangelo, not to mention the Uffizi Gallery and the museum dedicated to the city’s cathedral “Museo dell'Opera del Duomo”.
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source: Arcangeli

Unrivalled Florence

Florence Province | Who does not know of it? The unique Florence. Where long ago the family Medici lived with their riches now there are numerous tourists admiring the grand architectural sights of the Renaissance. Any person visiting Florence must take some time out to visit the Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore which is the landmark of the city with its imposing dome shaped roof. Whilst strolling through the city try out an Espresso in one of the cafés located around numerous piazzas that are the typical lively squares of the city. Should you be looking for something to eat you may want to consider going to Trattoria Sostanza on the Via della Porcellana. In this reasonably priced and rustic restaurant with family atmosphere enjoy delicious specialties from Florence. In the Galleria Degli Uffizi you can marvel the world renowned art treasures of painters such as Botticelli, Dürer and Rubens. The romantic path over Ponte Veccio which is the oldest and most impressive bridge of the city is the ideal place to enjoy the sunset.

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