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Known as “the cradle of the Renaissance,” Florence is an amazing open-air museum. Its monuments and major buildings are all within reach of a bicycle or enjoyable walks

Florence - Guest House

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La Torre dei Salterelli – Set in the heart of Florence, a few steps from Piazza della Signoria square, La Torre dei Salterelli offers modernly furnished rooms with free WiFi and air conditioning. The place is 200 m from Ponte Vecchio bridge and The Uffizi Gallery is 2 minutes’ walk away.

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Florence - Guest House

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La Casa Del Garbo is in the heart of Piazza Della Signoria and offers luxurious and finely refurbished rooms and self-catering suites. A sweet breakfast is served daily from 08:00 to 09:30.
La Casa Del Garbo set in Palazzo Uguccioni, a historic building with no lift facing Palazzo Vecchio

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EXPERIENCES IN FLORENCE

Florence is not such a big city and all of the major art and historical sights are within easy walking distance in Florence;  though you’ll also need to factor in the time you’ll spend queueing and marching though, galleries and churches. 
It would take weeks to see everything Florence has to offer.
Enjoy  some great cafés, restaurants, snack bars and wine bars for resting and refuelling, and it also has some open-air attractions that offer a respite from Botticelli and Brunelleschi – including some very impressive gardens.

Accademia Gallery Florence: Information, Tickets, Hours, Price. Plan your visit

✅ Accademia Gallery Florence – Plan your visit at The Accademia Gallery the fourth museum in Italy for the number of visitors. ✔Info ✔Tickets ✔Hours ✔Price

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✅ Florence has everything you ever wanted to see or know about the Renaissance. But that doesn’t mean it’s old-fashioned. It’s got a buzzing street life and style that’s captured the world’s attention.

Places to go in Florence, Italy: an open-air museum

✅ Known as the “cradle of the Renaissance” for its monuments, churches and palaces, Florence is the world’s capital of art, with its countless art treasures and glorious architecture.