We're located in the heart of the historic center of Florence, exactly in front of the old Central Market, just a step away (545 yards) from S.Maria Novella (train station), and a 5-minute walk from Piazza della Signoria and Duomo. See you soon!
Prime location! It is perfectly located for walking throughout the entire center. The apartment can easily be reached on foot with luggage (with wheels is best) from Florence's central train station (S.M. Novella - 545 yards). You will find the Central Market near the apartment, as well as the Galleria dell'Accademia and the Medici Chapel; the Duomo is 100 meters away. From there, there are many routes to the Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti and Piazzale Michelangelo.
This is an excellent place to stay if you are going to exhibitions near the Fortezza da Basso.
The apartment is on the third floor of a historic building. It has a double bedroom with bathroom, hallway and kitchen. There is air conditioning, heating, TV, Wi-Fi, INTERNET and all the necessary amenties to ensure a comfortable stay, such as: door phone, microwave oven, refrigerator, freezer, American coffee maker, espresso pot, hairdryer, toaster, kettle, set of saucepans, dishes, glasses, cutlery, and a breakfast and coffee set.
There are traditional local restaurants in the Central Market square, famous for the street market stalls selling typical local foods. The apartment can be reached by foot, taxi and private car. There are numerous paid parking lots/garages in the area, including the Central Market parking, the S. Orsola parking, and the Luna garage.
Guests can use the whole apartment.
The house is entirely at the guests' disposal.
S. Lorenzo. The neighborhood is named after the Basilica of San Lorenzo, consecrated in 393. It was the first cathedral in Florence, and grew along with the medieval city.
During the Renaissance, it was the center of power, thanks to its illustrious inhabitants, the Medici, who gave the neighborhood prestige, as well as a series of extraordinary monuments: the Palazzo Medici Riccardi, a prototype for buildings of that era; the new Basilica was rebuilt by Filippo Brunelleschi with subsequent interventions by Michelangelo; and the Medici Chapel, where the tombs of the Medici Grand Dukes are located.
In the 19th century, when Florence was the capital of Italy, the Central Market was created; its stalls were the crowning glory of the Via dell'Ariento.
The apartment is just 545 yards from Santa Maria Novella train station, the main hub for public transportation, which is also available in Piazza S.Marco.
If you are in more than two, we have another apartment in the same building that is also listed on Airbnb.
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