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Luminous recently renovated apartment on Via La Marmora, a street that connects the historic city centre to the main roads that lead outside the city, but at the same time is just a 10 minute walk to Piazza San Marco, the Galleria dell’Accademia, and from the famous Via Cavour from which you can reach Piazza del Duomo. Cavour has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and can host up to 6 guests.
This lovely modern apartment has a private parking lot and is near the main connecting road. Ideal if you need to use your car frequently and for long-term rentals. It can accommodate up to 3 people, has 1 bedrooms, and 1 full bathroom with shower.
Piazzale Donatello - Firenze, Piazza della Libertà Map
Modern and bright rental apartment located in Florence near the main ring road but, at the same time, not far from the Duomo and the center. Suggested for a couple for short term rentals. It can host up to 2 people, has 1 bedroom and 1 full bathroom.
This lovely modern apartment has a private parking lot and is near the main connecting road. Ideal if you need to use your car frequently and for long-term rentals. It can accommodate up to 4 people, has 2 bedrooms, and 2 full bathrooms.
Piazza Libertà is located to the north of the old city walls surrounding Florence. Piazza Libertà is one of the main junctions in Florence where many main roads meet. The square is home to Francis Stephen of Lorraine's Triumphal Arch, built by Jean Nicolas Jadot upon the arrival of the Grand Duke of Tuscany in Florence in 1739. The main roads lead to the nearby Fortezza da Basso, an important exhibition and convention centre, famous for the "Pitti Immagine" fair held each year (an important international fashion event). Near Piazza Libertà you will also find an area called Parterre, which as the name suggests it was a French garden requested in the eighteenth century by the Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo. This structure now only remains in part. During the winter it turns into an amazing ice skating rink. Finally, it is only right to mention one of the most beautiful gardens in Florence called the "Horticultural" Garden is close by. Created back in 1859 today it is truly a beautiful place to go to relax or take children to play and to escape the frenetic city life.