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The Beatrice apartment is a very well furnished one bedroom apartment for rent in Florence on Via delle Seggiole. It is located on the second floor inside an original 14th Century building and is the ideal apartment for a romantic trip to Florence.
Well furnished flat for rent located in Florence in the Santa Croce area. It can accommodate up to 6 people, has 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. This lovely house is ideal for a family looking for a classical styled apartment, cozy and very central.
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Duomo is a very central and historic two bedroom rental apartment in Florence situated on Via della Vigna Vecchia, in one of the most famous and characteristic quarters of the city just a stone's throw from Santa Croce and Piazza Signoria.
The Santa Croce district is on the eastern edge of Florence’s historic city centre. The area takes its name from one of the city’s most remarkable churches. The Santa Croce neighbourhood provides a rare glimpse of “old” Florence with lively markets and tiny leather and artisan workshops, including the flea market (Mercato delle Pulci) at Piazza dei Ciompi. The Mercato St. Ambrogio, the city’s second main food market after the Mercato San Lorenzo, is within close walking distance too. Furthermore, the area is just a stone’s throw from some of the city’s main cultural attractions such as the Bargello Palace, which houses one of Italy’s most important museums, the Casa Buonarroti, (the former home of Michelangelo), Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio and Ponte Vecchio, not forgetting the magnificent Santa Croce church and museum. You will also enjoy the largest selection of boutique shops, bars and typical restaurants and pizzerias within the city. Three of the finest and most expensive restaurants, Cibreo, Pinchiorri and Alle Murate are located nearby. There is also a good choice of mid-priced options. By night, Santa Croce becomes one of the liveliest parts of town and with its pedestrianised streets and illuminated buildings it transforms into the perfect venue for an after-dinner glass of wine or evening stroll. For those choosing an apartment in this area Santa Croce offers several food stores, supermarkets, laundrettes and individual gift shops as well as being adequately served by the local public transport service.