Apartment for rent from € 80/day in Florence

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40sq. m.
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Welcome to La Fiesolana, a beautifully furnished vacation apartment in the center of Florence; we have furnished this apartment with care and attention to detail which we hope will make your stay in Florence unforgettable.The studio is located in the lively neighborhood of Sant'Ambrogio where you can relive the Florence described in the novels of Vasco Pratolini, with its hustle and bustle, sounds and flavors of traditional food and wine, the arts and crafts the most original. This part of town still retains the characteristics of the Tuscan tradition, which can be found in some local eateries, including tripe, in various food products and crafts market and nearby shops. Located within the ancient walls you will be immersed in the local culture, and with the nearby bustling market and its square crowded with people, ideal for sipping wine or a tasty appetizer in the most famous Florentine nightlife. Walking just two minutes you will be in front of famous landmarks like the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Bell Tower and the Baptistery, the Uffizi Gallery, the Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, with the charming garden of Boboli and more yet. Alternatively, also the nearby urban bus lines 06 or C2 will take you to Piazza Santa Maria Novella station in about 15 minutes, and just a few meters away, located on the avenues, line 13, is reached the picturesque Piazzale Michelangelo where you can admire one of the most recognizable skylines in the world. The studio is located in Snt'Amrogio district, definitely one of the most liveable neighborhoods in the city. From this district it's only a ten-minute walk to all the major monuments, squares and museums of the city. And yet, due to its location just outside of the most heavily-touristed areas - it hasn't been overrun by mass tourism.

Along the streets of Sant'Ambrogio it's still possible to meet many 'real Florentines' - walking, shopping or simply chatting on the stairs of a church, on a park bench, in a market, or amidst the narrow streets. Almost all of the area's streets are closed to traffic and this makes the district even more attractive for both tourists and residents. One of the most representative monuments of the district is the beautiful synagogue located in Via Farini, built in 1882 by Florence's Jewish community. Also interesting is the simple and harmonious Sant'Ambrogio Church, located in the most lively square and representing the heart of the district.

Sant'Ambrogio is especially well-known among Florentines for its indoor and outdoor daily markets. Every morning in Piazza Ghiberti the 'Sant'Ambrogio' market is held, a great alternative to local supermarkets (both in terms of quality and prices), where you can find typical cheeses and meats, fresh fruits and vegetables as well as articles of clothing, whilst immersed in the very characteristic atmosphere of an authentic Italian market.

In Piazza dei Ciompi (100 meters from Piazza Ghiberti) the flea market is held (open daily except Sunday and Monday in winter) where it's possible to find all kinds of unusual antiques and collectibles at budget prices. And in this same square, on the last Sunday of every month, there's a high-quality (with prices to match!) 'Antique Market' that is very interesting to visit, even if only to browse.

The entire district is characterized by a long antiques tradition and, walking through the streets of Sant'Ambrogio, you'll be surprised by the quantity of beautiful antiquarian shops located on every corner.

NIGHTLIFE - Sant'Ambrogio is famous among Florentines for the quality of its restaurants (Cibreo, De Macci, Giova), pizzerias (Le Campane, Il Pizzaiuolo), and for the presence of very cool and trendy bars like Caffé Sant'Ambrogio (a great place to meet friends for coffee or a cocktail or linger while studying), YAG (a hip local gay bar) and Bar Le Murate (Set in the open space of a former women's prison. Absolutely to visit. Open only in spring and summer).

A special mention must also be made for the local cafés: Café Cibreo and Café Piansa have been ranked amongst the Top Ten Italian Cafés thanks to their excellent coffee.

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