Hotel 2 stars Florence

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Florence, the capital of Tuscany and the heart of the middle ages, It is home of the greatest artists of that time ’.
Giotto, Donatello, Masaccio, Botticelli, Piero della Francesca, Michelangelo and Leonardo, along with hundreds of the best artists called to court by family Doctors, leave a sign that art will last forever in the history of humanity ’.


Florence, cradle of Italian culture and art, Home of the Renaissance, is set in Rome and Venice the most visited cities in Italy and not only by Italian tourists but by travelers from all over the world and continuously throughout the year.

Those who decide to visit Florence and don't want to lose those who are the main monuments and the testimony of a rich and glorious past that saw Queen on European cultural and economic cultural and artistic power, It needs at least four days. The artistic heritage of Florence is among the most important in the world so much that the old town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site as unique artistic achievement in its genre, result of a creation which lasted over three centuries and is able to exercise a dominant influence in the development of architecture and monumental Arts first in Italy and then in Europe. And indeed, visiting the city centre or the oldest districts there realizes that the UNESCO recognition and fascination that this city exercises on whoever visits are deserved and so one of the most beautiful cities in the world: aristocratic palaces ( including for sure worth mentioning the Palazzo Vecchio in the Piazza della Signoria), lodges, fountains, the wonderful Ponte Vecchio which dates back to the 14th century ... and much more to confirm economic primacy, politician, the artistic and cultural cities across Europe between the 14th and the 17th century.