Lovely apartment in Florence up to 3 people: bedroom with queen bed (pink bedroom), study with extra bed, bathroom(sink, wc, bidet and shower), kitchen and garden.
The kitchen is fully equipped with microwave,toaster, kettle, electric cooker and all utensils equipped. In the garden there is barbicu so you can eat outside or rest on the sofà. The apartment is suitable for short accommodation. Inside, there are maps, guide books, brochures about places to visit, games, a range of books for all ages. Free parking is available along the street .
The area is safe and well served by public transportation to downtwn. You can get to downtown in about 25/30 minutes on foot and 15/20 minutes by bus. Services included: sheets, blankets, towels, free internet.
Close the apartment you can find: supermarket, banks, restaurants, vinery, pub, pizzeria, pizza take away, ice cream shop, hairdresser, pharmacy, laundromat, laundry and all kind of shops.
The location is ideal for people who want visit Florence.
The 'A1' motorway is about 2,0 kilometres away, giving easy access to Tuscany (Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, Lucca and numerous smaller towns and places of interest, such as San Gimignano).
Westwards lies the river Arno and the Chianti hills, producing the splendid wines of the same name. Often considered one of the most beautiful regions in Europe, Chianti is a mixture of breathtaking views and charming, intimate villages.
Slightly further afield, the cities of Florence, Siena and Arezzo offer a great variety of things to do and see. Florence, in the heart of Tuscany, is the cradle of the Renaissance and the classical Italian of Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio. While other European cities still lived in the middle Ages, modern art and culture developed here under the reign of the Medici. Today in Florence one can visit and admire the masterpieces of artists like Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci in world-famous museums (the Uffizi, the Accademia, Palazzo Pitti), in beautiful churches, or even on a casual walk through the city. The Ponte Vecchio connects the lively and historic city center around the Cathedral with the quieter neighborhood on the other side of the Arno river. Florence’s urban landscape is distinguished by beautiful squares like Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza della Signoria, by small streets and winding medieval alleys, by various markets, and above all by the marvelous cupola of the Cathedral, visible from almost everywhere in the city. Today Florence attracts tourists from all over the world who find here, besides history, everything to feel at home: Tuscan food and the best Italian wines, numerous bars and discos, a traffic-free center and many inviting shops.
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