Where to stay in Florence: Best areas for travelers
- Greve in Chianti: Make sure you add Il Molino di Grace Winery, Piazza Matteotti and Church of Santa Maria Assunta to your travel plans. Top stays here include the Beautifully Restored Farmhouse in the Heart of the Chianti, the Casa al Sole and the Albergo Del Chianti.
- Barberino Tavarnelle: With exciting attractions like Castello della Paneretta, Castello di Monsanto and Isole e Olena Winery, you'll soon see why so many travelers love to come here. Passignano Abbey, Santa Lucia al Borghetto Church and Abbey of Passignano are just the icing on the cake. Welcoming hotels around town include the COMO Castello Del Nero, the Self Catering Podere Poggetto for 6 People and the Hotel Primavera.
- Montaione: Base yourself at the Lovely old Farmhouse in the Heart of Tuscany, Panoramic View, for 2-4 p and then head to attractions like Villa da Filicaja, Castelfalfi Golf Course and Monastery of San Vivaldo. The Hotel La Tabaccaia and the 6½-room Semi-detached House in a Former Tuscan Country House With Pool also offer cozy rooms to rest your head after a big day out.
- Figline e Incisa Valdarno: From it's happening atmosphere to prominent attractions like Franciscan Monastery of St. Francis, you'll want to spend some time in this city. Book at room at the Lovely Villa in Figline Valdarno and spend at least a few days discovering this travel hot spot. The Villa la Palagina is another place to rest your head here.
- San Casciano in Val di Pesa: For a hotel you can look forward to going back to after a big day out, check out the Calzaiolo. The Apartments - 3 Rooms - 4/5 Persons and the Albergo Minisoggiorno are other options that make superb bases for exploring. Start your sightseeing in this destination at Cantina Antinori and Monastary of Sorelle Clarisse. Torre Del Chianti is also worth squeezing into your schedule.
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From the ambling riverside footpaths to the strikingly colorful sunsets and hand-painted domes, Florence is more than a city. It’s a legend. Nestled among the rolling hills and vineyard-blanketed valleys of Tuscany, Florence is a point of pilgrimage for many. Whether you seek spiritual awakening, cultural enlightenment, or culinary delight, a trip to Florence is the beginning of a beautiful journey. Keep reading to learn more about the sights, sounds, and flavors of the internationally beloved Cradle of the Renaissance.
The best journeys begin with stress-free, awe-inspired planning. Browse our top flights and hotels and book a Florence, Italy vacation package curated for your schedule and specific tastes. The rest of your trip preparations can be of the menu-browsing variety… Where to Stay in Florence
Going on vacation is all about location, and when it comes to escaping on the Florence vacation of your dreams, you can’t take a wrong turn. Consider these guest-loved hotels for easy access to history, art, and cultural immersion. Duomo Firenze Number Nine Wellness Hotel : Pamper yourself in one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Your body is like a work of art and the hotel’s calming atmosphere and decadent spa will soothe away each ache and refresh your spirit. With a spring in your step, walk to the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, home of Brunelleschi's famous dome. B4 Astoria Firenze : For some of the best views of the Duomo district, climb to the rooftop terrace of this enchanting hotel. Each room boasts plush, vintage décor, and the location is truly magical. Walk to the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore to explore centuries of local history, dine at the hotel restaurant before an unforgettable evening at the Opera Teatro Auditorium al Duomo. Hotel degliOrafi : Reminiscent of a palace with rich wooden interiors and homey touches, like desks and a charming dining room on the rooftop terrace, this hotel is vintage luxury at its finest. Just steps from the river and the city’s quiet local nooks and crannies, Hotel degliOrafi is the place to stay when you want to feel like a Florentine. Hotel Lungarno : South of the Arno River, enjoy a quieter side of Florence while still close to popular attractions, including Palazzo Pitti, and the medieval Marsilis Tower. Savor the Romance of Florence with a morning on your private balcony looking over the water, and indulge in a delicious meal at the in-house restaurant. Major Attractions
For the love of artistry and antiquity, make your way to the Piazza dellaSignoria, the city's political center since the 14th century. The piazza is filled with ornate statues, including a replica of Michelangelo's David (the original is in the Galleria dell'Accademia). Adjacent to the piazza, browse the Uffizi Gallery—Italy’s premier art gallery and a must-see for any romantic vacation in Florence—because there’s no such thing as too much art. Another destination, Brunelleschi's Dome, is hard to miss, but still deserves its own trip. The Duomo is the largest masonry dome in the world and is seen by many as the symbol of the Renaissance.
Work up an appetite the size of the Arno River with a walk to the top of the dome, then satisfy your cravings for fine wine and scrumptious dining in the locally loved Santa Croce neighborhood. For the foodie, Italy is a dream. Pizza and pasta are the typical tourist meals, but don't be afraid to seek out other regional fare, like Tuscan ribollita—a peasant soup that traditionally used leftover stale bread and hearty vegetables, like kale and legumes, simmered in generous pours of olive oil. With a full belly, let your eyes graze on the gorgeous views from this historic district, a panorama that includes its namesake basilica. Festivals and Events
Christmas is a particularly beautiful time to visit Florence, as the whole city is draped in lights and bustling with open-air markets for the holidays. On Christmas Eve, head to the Duomo for midnight mass. It is recommended that you get there early to get a seat, and for Catholics, it will be an unforgettable religious experience.
Seeking a summer getaway to Florence? On June 24, the city celebrates St. John the Baptist, the city's patron saint, with incredible fireworks over the Arno River. The day starts with a parade that leads to a game of CalcioStorico—a combination of soccer, rugby, and wrestling—all in 16th-century costume!
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