Dante is a typical Fiorentine apartment with cotto floor and wooden beams located in via Toscanella, in the heart of oltrarno zone, close to the famous Palazzo Pitti and the street of the antique stores, Via Maggio. From there you will be able to reach all the tourist attractions by foot, such as Palazzo Vecchio and Uffizi Gallery.
Central and perfect for visiting Florence through short walks around the historic center of the city and, for those who love shopping, there are the atelier of the most famous Italian designers.
The apartment is located in an ancient building of 15th century. It is on the first floor with elevator. It is a spacious apartment with high cealings. Composed of a living room with a double sofa bed, dining area, a kitchen, a loft with a double bed and a bathroom with shower. As it is in an historical building with thick walls the apartment is cool during the summer. Comfortably accomodates up to 4 people. An extra rollaway bed can be added for the 5th person in the livingroom on request.
Ponte Vecchio - Old Bridge : 250 meters
Pitti palace and Boboli gardens: 150 meters
Santo Spirito square: 250 meters
Uffizi Gallery: 650 meters
Duomo cathedral: 900 meters
Santa Maria Novella station: 1,2 km
Peretola Airport Florence: 10 km
Amenities: Airconditioning, wifi internet, independet heating, ventilators, TV, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, hair dryer, 4 ring stove, iron and ironing board, linens and towels.
|Nearest Airport||Florence Airport Peretola||10 km|
|Nearest Bus||Santa Maria Novella||1 km|
|Nearest Restaurant||4 Leoni||20 meters|
|Nearest Train||Santa Maria Novella||1 km|
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 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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