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Palazzo Castri 1874 - Florence Hotels

Palazzo Castri 1874

Piazza dell’Indipendenza, 7, Florence - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel"
Lovely hotel with friendly helpful staff. Good location for train - 10 mins - and easy walking distance to city sites. Great breakfast. Room comfortable clean and quiet. Lovely garden.
Traveller from Australia
Hotel Santa Maria Novella - Florence Hotels

Hotel Santa Maria Novella

Piazza Santa Maria Novella 1, Florence - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (788 reviews)
Hotel Lungarno - Florence Hotels

Hotel Lungarno

Borgo San Jacopo 14, Florence - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (225 reviews)
Hotel Albani Firenze - Florence Hotels

Hotel Albani Firenze

Via Fiume 12, Florence - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (753 reviews)
Room Mate Luca - Florence Hotels

Room Mate Luca

Via XXVII Aprile 3, Florence - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (473 reviews)
Helvetia & Bristol - Florence Hotels
AU$539

Helvetia & Bristol

Via Dei Pescioni 2, Florence - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (135 reviews)
San Gallo Palace Hotel - Florence Hotels

San Gallo Palace Hotel

Via Lorenzo Il Magnifico 2, Florence - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (964 reviews)
Ponte Vecchio Suites & Spa - Florence Hotels

Ponte Vecchio Suites & Spa

via De' Belfredelli, 9, Florence - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (349 reviews)
Hotel Spadai - Florence Hotels

Hotel Spadai

Via dei Martelli, 10, Florence - Map
 
 
4.8 out of 5 (247 reviews)
Firenze Number Nine Hotel & Spa - Florence Hotels

Firenze Number Nine Hotel & Spa

Via dei Conti, 9, Florence - Map
 
 
"Great hotel near to the centre with a great staff"
Absolutely love it. Location, hotel, cleanliness, room, my wife asked to book again for our next trip . We forgot my daughter new jacket and they run to the train station with it. Thanks guys
Traveller from sydney

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    Accommodation In Florence

    You don’t have to be a world-famous painter to experience the beauty and excitement of Florence, Italy—but it would help. Once the stomping ground of Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and a slew of other artistic geniuses, Florence is home to rich history and stunning views, inside and outside its numerous museums and galleries. Despite its lean toward high culture, Florence keeps its cool with a vibrant nightlife, peaceful gardens and more delicious panzanella than you could possibly eat on one holiday. Challenge accepted? Pack your bags.

    Florence hotels are plentiful, so your only conundrum will be deciding which gorgeous buildings or riverfront views you’ll want to see from your windows. On the north side of the Arno River, book accommodation near Duomo for easy access to some of the best sights in town.

    Things to Do in Florence

    Let us not forget that Florence is in Tuscany, so you can expect to be followed by sunshine (and amazing food and wine) wherever you go. If you stay near Duomo, Cathedral of Santa Maria dei Fiore, be sure to admire the famous dome designed by Filippo Brunelleschi—no big deal. From there, you’re a short walk through tourists and photo ops to Giotto’s Bell Tower and Duomo Museum, where you can climb a lot of stairs and learn more about the historic architecture and culture you’re about to explore. Also nearby, you can escape the crowds in the sculpture garden at Palazzo Vecchio before you shop your way across Ponte Vecchio. Yes, you can shop on a bridge in Florence. If you’re up for more climbing, head to the Oltarno neighbourhood, south of Arno River, for the best panorama of the city from the Piazzale Michelangelo. While you’re in Oltnaro, go on an afternoon shopping spree on Via de Bardi. You won’t see any designer flagships here, but you can snatch up some one-of-a-kind finds from independent artisans keeping the traditions alive. Amid all the sightseeing, don’t forget to eat! The Teatro District, to the north of the Basilica di Santa Croce, is a foodie’s dream come true with open-air dining and a relaxed but busy nightlife. If you eat a little too much tortellini, that’s OK—sleep off the food coma in cosy Florence accommodation and wake up to a perfect cappuccino.

    Getting To & Around Florence

    Book flights to Florence Airport-Peretola (FLR), just 10 km northwest of the city centre. From the airport, you can catch a bus or taxi to your hotel in Florence, but after that, this is a walker’s city. Buses are very reliable and available throughout all neighbourhoods if you’re looking for accessible transit. Otherwise, pack your walking shoes.

    Best Time to Visit Florence

    Any time is a good time to visit this Tuscan gem, even during the warmer months (May–September), as the heat draws people outside for alfresco dining and the lazy summertime nightlife. In winter, a light coating of snow makes the buildings look downright magical. You’ll score the best deals on airfare and accommodation in Florence when you book your Florence holiday with Wotif, so get on that already!

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