room 1
appartamento centrale e luminoso
appartamento centrale e luminoso

6 voyageurs

2 chambres

3 lits

1 salle de bain

6 voyageurs

2 chambres

3 lits

1 salle de bain

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De 2 à 12 ans
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- de 2 ans
6 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
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À propos de ce logement

Located in historical Florence, this lovely, renovated apartment of 65 square meters, is nestled in the ancient San Frediano Quarter, near the main sights of Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), Piazza del Carmine, Pitti Palace and the magnificent Boboli Garden


Voyageur supplémentaire : 20€ / nuit après 2 voyageurs
Frais de ménage : 40€
Caution : 200€
Réduction à la semaine : 10%


Located in historical Florence, this lovely, renovated apartment of 65 square meters, is nestled in the ancient San Frediano Quarter, near the main sights of Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), Piazza del Carmine, Pitti Palace and the magnificent Boboli Garden

The apartment is about 70 square meters

A smool room of the apartment is to use stock and is closed.

We are always available for our guests to give information and any kind of help.

Located in historical Florence, this lovely, renovated apartment of 65 square meters, is nestled in the ancient San Frediano Quarter, near the main sights of Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), Piazza del Carmine, Pitti Palace and the magnificent Boboli Garden. The little traditional shops, with artisans working gold, wood and leather, still present here in the "Oltrarno", as the locals call it, make this the most preserved and traditional of Florence's quarters. All main historical and artistic attractions are within short walking distance.

parking in the streets or supervised parking with fee nearby. grocery shops and supermarkets close-by. Bus stop at 150 Mts. Bus from the station n6.
train station at 1,3 km, about 15 minute walk.
"Garage Centrale" n6, Via
Benozzo Gozzoli
FI Firenze
Parking in Florence: Where to park?
Parking in Florence isn't always easy, as the city just seems to lack the space! The center is an enforced ZTL (limited traffic zone) area further limiting your parking options, but it is best to not even drive anywhere near it.

Having said that, many of you arrive in Florence with a car so here are your options and below our tips as regards each one:

paid parking lots
private garages
street parking
free parking
outside of Florence
First things first - What is a ZTL area?
The historical center of Florence is a Limited Traffic Zone (Zona a Traffico Limitato, or ZTL zone for short) and special permits are required to enter it. There are high fines if you enter without having the right permit. LET ME REPEAT THAT AGAIN: there are HIGH FINES if you enter the ZTL and don't have a permit!


Just so you know, the ZTL is active between 7:30am and 7:30pm on weekdays and 7:30am to 6pm on Saturdays... so you can enter it without a permit outside of these hours, particularly without worrying whether your hotel sent your license plate number to the police. But again, where will you park?

What if my hotel is in the ZTL area?
If your hotel is in the ZTL, you can reach it to unload luggage and passengers but immediately have to exit the ZTL to park outside the ZTL area (unless your hotel offers parking). Make double sure you TELL YOUR HOTEL you reached them with your car, so that they can communicate your license plate to the police and get it taken off the list of cars that will be fined for not having a permit. If at the reception they see you enter, they don't know whether you got there on foot, taxi or what. It seems many people receive fines for this.... so make sure your hotel gets your license plates to get your car off the list!

Another very good option: look for accommodation that offers parking!

Visiting Florence for a Day
If you've rented a car to move around Tuscany and plan to visit Florence for a day, it is best to leave your car in one of the many car parks that surround the historical center and avoid entering the ZTL area. If you are planning to park more than two days in Florence, it is best if you just ask your hotel or b&b where to park near them, they'll be able to advice! They also often have special agreements with private car parking lots nearby so you can get a better rate than what is advertised to the general public.

Getting back to parking, here are your options:

There are lots all around the historical center, including one under the train station of Santa Maria Novella. Near the train station (eastern side of the center), you can also park under the Fortezza da Basso and Porta al Prato and by the Fortezza.

To the west of the center, you'll find the parking under Piazza Ghiberti (called San Ambrogio) and Piazza Beccaria; to the north the one in Piazza della Libertà (Parterre) and to the south the one in Porta Romana, this to name just the most central.

Walking from these parking lots to the center of the city usually takes 10-15 minutes. You can also hop on a bus if you wish... from Porta Romana, hop on bus 36 just inside the gate to go straight into downtown.

Cost is generally 1-2 euro an hour, with daily rates generally 20 euro. Ironically, it costs more the longer you stay in some of the parking lots so pay attention when deciding which is the best one.


These are the most expensive option, with costs ranging 80-100 euro per day. But they are convenient, as there are several in the historical center. You have to drive into the ZTL area to get to to them, so make sure you arrange with them to communicate your license plate to the authorities so that you won't get a fine!

In addition to parking lots, there is also street parking available, particularly in the residential areas outside of the main historical center. This can be the cheapest option and can also mean just a bit of a longer walk but still about 10-20 minutes from the center. These are difficult to find - you are competing with residents for these spaces.

Park in the BLUE spaces as the white ones are for residents only (yellow for handicapped parking). Find a parking meter nearby (marked with a P sign above it) and prepay the hours you intend to stay, then put the slip back in the car on the dashboard where it is visible.

Costs: you have to pay between 8am and 8pm (after that it is free) Monday through Saturday except for public holidays. Cost in all of the areas closest to the center are 2 euro for the first hour, 3 hour for each hour after that (hour can be divided). Pay up front what you think you'll need in terms of time, get your ticket and leave it on the dashboard.

If you want to park overnight, make sure to check signs nearby that will indicate the nights reserved for STREET CLEANING which usually takes place between midnight and 6am. Your car can be towed if parked on those days. The best indicator is if you've easily found parking on that street that evening... as residents return home from work, many will park elsewhere for the night already so you'll easily find parking - that means you should, too!

Good areas for street parking:

You will find many spaces along the Lungarno della Zecca Vecchia - it is all street parking and less than 10 minute walk to Santa Croce/Uffizi area. If you arrive at the Biblioteca Nazionale (National Library), don't continue past the traffic light marking the entrance into the ZTL area (especially if red): turn left right in that square and go back!!

There is more street parking along the viali di circonvalazione (the ring road that surrounds the historical center) between Piazza Beccaria and Lungarno della Zecca Vecchia. There is even a small parking lot right at the Torre della Zecca right before the Lungarno della Zecca Vecchia begins.

If there is no parking there, continue back past the tower and pass the Ponte di San Niccolò - there is more street parking on Lungarno del Tempio, Lungarno Cellini and Lungarno Ferrucci on the other side of the Arno - all within walking distance.

There is also a good amount of street parking below Piazzale Michelangelo, along Via dei Bastioni which is a one-way street starting from Viale Michelangelo. You have to continue past the Piazzale Michelangelo heading toward Piazza Ferrucci - there is a stoplight at Via dei Bastioni, you turn left onto it.

There is a small parking lot near Porta San Frediano, very close into the entrance into the ZTL area, so be careful of this one.... better to head back along Viale Petrarca toward Porta Romana and park along the wall.

It is almost impossible nowadays to find free parking in Florence - the closest you will get to the city center and park for free is at Piazzale Michelangelo! It is about the only area with no regular street cleaning so you can park overnight without having to worry about it being towed. It is very difficult to find spots but there are many who just park to see the view and then hop back on to drive away, so you could wait for a spot to free up.

From here, it is a short and pleasant walk downhill to the center: Ponte Vecchio is a 30 minutes walk downhill while the SMN train station is a 20 minute bus ride away on the bus n. 13. You can also catch bus 12 at the Piazzale to head down. Get off along the Arno at the "Demidoff" stop before you cross over the bridge or right after at the Ponte delle Grazie stop. This is the closest you'll get to the center before the bus starts heading away from the center, toward the main viali (boulevard that goes around the center). You can see a map with these different options that show how to get to (and from) Piazzale Michelangelo/center here.

Be aware: in the summer, there are often concerts and other events held in Piazzale Michelangelo. At those times, part or all of the parking will be closed. Look for signs and large amounts of empty spaces, that will tell you to park elsewhere. One particular event to remember that happens every year here on Piazzale Michelangelo is the fireworks display on Florence's patron saint day, St. John the Baptist, on June 24th. You will not be able to park here that day for sure!

The apartment is on the first and only floor with 30 step staircase.
We are lovers of animals! Dogs are welcome in the house if well trained by their owners.

Dear guest, remember it is very important that you communicate to me asap your arrival time so that we can make an appointment to check in. Particularly for guests who use the instant booking! Thank you.

The price of the apartment includes all utilities and supplies as water, electricity, heating and condominium expenses.

Please just follow the normal rules of respect for others: do not use behaviors or excessive tones inside of the building and avoid making noise after 10pm. do not leave rubbish on the landing.

Gentili ospiti, ricordate di mettervi in contatto con me il prima possibile per concordare l'orario del vostro check-in. In modo particolare quelli che utilizzano la prenotazione immediata! Grazie

Il canone di locazione comprende tutte le forniture e utenze quali luce, acqua gas e spese condominiali.

Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 15:00
Départ avant 11:00

Gentile ospite le mie Regole della casa sono quelle che si applicano normalmente in una civile convivenza fra le persone. evita di fare rumore dopo le 10 di sera.
Gli ospiti che usano la prenotazione immediata sono tenuti a contattarmi il prima possibile per concordare l'orario del check in.


Cet hôte applique des conditions d'annulation strictes

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 30 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 30 jours précédant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du prix à la nuit. Les frais vous sont remboursés intégralement.

Séjour de 3 nuits minimum

L'adresse exacte est communiquée uniquement lorsque la réservation est confirmée.

87 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Julie
mars 2017
Très chouette appartement, spacieux, très propre et situé dans une rue calme mais à proximité (à pieds) de tout lieu d'intérêt à Florence. Nous avons passé un super séjour dans l'appartement de Francesca et le recommandons sans hésiter.

Profil utilisateur de Granet
mars 2017
Appartement idéalement situé dans un quartier typique près du centre historique Très bien équipé, confortable et d'une grande propreté Facilité de la part de la propriétaire que nous n'avons pas pu rencontrer pour la remise et le dépôt des clés

Profil utilisateur de Jean-Luc
décembre 2016
La situation de l'appartement est parfaite pour visiter à pied les principaux lieux culturels de la ville, pour rejoindre la gare SM Novella, et tout cela en échappant aux zones trop touristiques. On trouve à deux pas épiceries, boulangeries et autres commerces. Francesca nous a par ailleurs recommandé d'excellentes adresses de trattorias. Le logement en lui-même est tout à fait conforme aux photographies et à la description. Il faisait plutôt froid pendant notre séjour mais nous avons trouvé tout le nécessaire pour dormir au chaud.

Profil utilisateur de Diane
novembre 2016
Chez Francesca, l'accueil est sympathique et c'est tout confort. Le décor est beau, le salon bien cosy, les chambres spacieuses, le rangement adéquat et les lits sont très confortables. Nous étions ici en novembre et l'appartement dégage une belle chaleur. Nous sommes au calme mais à quelques minutes du Ponte Vecchio et tout se visite à distance de marche. Merci Francesca. Diane et Lucie Barré

Profil utilisateur de Helene
novembre 2015
Bel appartement dans un quartier encore habité par les Florentins.

Profil utilisateur de Amandine
septembre 2015
Francesca est une hôte bienveillante. Réactive pour répondre aux questions, elle s'est rendue disponible pour nous accueillir malgré notre arrivée tardive. L'appartement est à 15 minutes de marche de la gare Santa Maria Novella (arrivée des navettes). de l'autre coté de l'Arno. Ce quartier est tranquille avec quelques coins animés, le centre historique est de l'autre coté à 10 min. Bref quartier parfait. L'appartement est grand : 2 grandes chambres avec des lits doubles confortables, un salon (avec canapé lit ikéa non utilisé), une cuisine et une salle de bain. Très propre, très pratique. S'il fallait trouver quelque chose, ce serait les fenêtres qui ne masquent pas le bruit de la rue. Cela permet de se réveiller pour visiter. Pour notre départ, Francesca nous a permis de laisser nos bagages jusqu'à l'arrivée des prochains voyageurs. Bref très bon séjour en partie grâce à cet hébergement !

Profil utilisateur de Isabelle
septembre 2015
Francesca nous a reçu très chaleureusement Et l'appartement nous a beaucoup séduit par son style et sa décoration De plus ' le logement est très bien situé , dans les quartiers historiques, Permettant de se déplacer à pied De petits commerces à proximite sont très pratiques

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Profil utilisateur de Francesca

Ciao, ho 55 anni e vivo a Firenze, città dove sono nata, nel quartiere di Santa Croce. La mia famiglia è composta da mio marito, i miei due figli di 23 e 20 anni e i nostri due cani Otto e Lipsi. Fino a pochi mesi fa ho gestito un negozio al Mercato delle Pulci di Firenze dove vendevo oggetti e mobili di design e modernariato. Tra i miei interessi infatti ci sono proprio il design e il modernariato,oltre a i viaggi con la famiglia o con le mie amiche e quando sono in vacanza mi diverto a girare per i mercati dell'antiquariato, mi piace leggere e andare al cinema.mi piace molto cucinare non solo cucina italiana e naturalmente adoro gli animali . Il mio motto? offrire un alloggio ai miei ospiti che sia confortevole pulito e abbia personalità, che sono le caratteristiche che desidero quando cerco una casa su Airbnb per le mie vacanze!

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