Hotels to remember: Florence

Helvetia & Bristol

Firenze

From € 162.00

Hotel Londra

Firenze

From € 85.00

Villa La Vedetta

Firenze

From € 159.00

Platinhome

Firenze

From € 211.00

Hotel Roma

Firenze

From € 127.00

Grand Hotel Minerva

Firenze

From € 103.00

J and J Historic House Hotel

Firenze

From € 93.00

Hotel Astoria

Firenze

From € 125.00

Marignolle Relais & Charme

Firenze

From € 108.00

Athenaeum

Firenze

From € 83.00

Villa Antea

Firenze

From € 46.00

Be ONE Art and Luxury Home

Firenze

From € 137.00

Villa Jacopone

Firenze

From € 240.00

Grand Hotel Cavour

Firenze

From € 63.00

Granduomo Charming Accommodation

Firenze

From € 136.00

Villa Poggio ai Merli

Scandicci

From € 81.00

Hotel Savoy

Firenze

From € 320.00

Relais Santa Croce

Firenze

From € 256.00

Hotel Montebello Splendid

Firenze

From € 117.00

Hotel Regency

Firenze

From € 179.00

Travel ideas: Florence

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Florence: suggestions from the insiders

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(Insider)

Anna

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(Proprietario)

Marignolle Relais & Charme

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(Resident Manager)

Be ONE Art and Luxury Home

Luxury Suites and Penthouses

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Florence at a glance

Florence Hotel

The city of Lorenzo de'Medici and the Arno river, of the Guelfs and Ghibellines, of princes and popolani, of the Renaissance and Dante. A treasure chest filled with the world's greatest artworks. The universal city.

Few cities can boast the wealth of artistic masterpieces to be found within the walls of the city of Florence, undisputed birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Thousands of tourists flock to the Tuscan capital each day, to visit its museums and galleries, brimming with mediaeval and renaissance artworks, and to roam the streets of the city where Dante, Boccaccio and Petrarca lay the foundations of modern day Italian language. Florence is where to enjoy a romantic stroll across Ponte Vecchio and along the banks of the Arno river and pay one’s respects to the great figures of the past buried in the Church of Santa Croce.

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