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Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay?

Choosing a hotel seem to be the most difficult part when we’re planning a trip, but we have useful and practical tips that can help you with that mission! Where to stay in Florence? Find out now!

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Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay?

Hey everyone! I hope you are well! Today I will list for you some hotels in Florence. Many people find it difficult to choose a good hotel, either because they have no indication or because they are in doubt as to whether they are making a good choice, well… Your problems are over! Let’s find out our post: Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”

Introduction

Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, a treasure full of unparalleled architectural and artistic jewels and masterpieces. In such beauty, the only doubt is to decide where to stay in Florence. Choosing the ideal place to sleep in the beautiful city of Giglio is very simple; just understand what area you want to stay in. The choice depends, essentially, on your preferences; today we will give you some useful tips to visit Florence and make your trip magical!

1) Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? IN THE HISTORICAL CENTER

Visiting Florence means staying in the Historic Center to admire all the main attractions of the city. The historic center of Florence corresponds to the oldest and most beautiful part of the city. If you want to stay in the ‘heart’ of Florence, choose hotels in the central areas such as Piazza Santa Croce, Ponte Vecchio and Piazza Santa Maria Novella.

About the Center of Florence

The center of Florence is small and you can visit it comfortably walking, among other things it is also closed to traffic and this undoubtedly helps you in the best way to enjoy it in all its beauty. Where to stay in the center of Florence? My advice is to look at the different accommodations and choose according to your personal taste, as the main attractions are very close to each other and you will have no trouble reaching them. Being close to the Uffizi means facing all the magnificent views of the city, such as Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza del Duomo and, in general, the entire historic center.

In addition to seeing all the main monuments, you will have the opportunity to fully experience this district, which is always very lively, especially during the day, when it is frequented by many people who shop and visit the main monuments. Here are all the solutions you want, but I can already tell you: the costs will certainly not be low, but it definitely will be worth it.

Hotels I suggest in the Historic Center

If you want some indications of hostels (or B&B) and apartments, I have some options that I suggest if you want to save money; click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices! 😉

If you prefer hotels, I have some options that I recommend with great cost benefit! Click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices. 😉

2) Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? IN OLTRARNO

Instead of staying in the historic center, you can also stay in Oltrarno, close to the most characteristic craft shops in the whole city and much more attractions. In addition to the craft shops you can admire the antique shops, the magnificent Pitti Palace and the Boboli Gardens. However, you will be in the center of Florence, a short walk from the main monuments, squares, churches, restaurants, shops and museums.

About the Neighborhood

This area, which consists of the part of the historic center that is to the left of the Arno, is a treasure that has not yet been fully discovered by the mass of tourists who visit Florence. The Oltrarno district, in the center of Florence, is perhaps the most Florentine of all. Full of beautiful blocks, churches and museums.

The area is perfect for those who want quiet accommodation and for those who want to breathe the real Florentine atmosphere. Staying in a hotel that is located in this part of the city will make you discover its many streets, squares and paths to follow, the most genuine face of Florence.

Hotels I suggest in Oltrarno

If you want some indications of hostels (or B&B) and apartments, I have some options that I suggest if you want to save money; click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices! 😉

If you prefer hotels, I have some options that I recommend with great cost benefit! Click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices. 😉

3) Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? IN SANTA MARIA NOVELLA

Another interesting neighborhood to stay is Santa Maria Novella. This is a particularly exclusive area because of the proximity to the station (great if you want to do a lot of tours leaving from Florence) and the famous Church of Santa Maria Novella, also walking from here is easy. In the neighborhood of Santa Maria Novella you can stay in very famous and elegant hotels, with every comfort and type of services available.

If you want some indications of hostels (or B&B) and apartments, I have some options that I suggest if you want to save money; click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices! 😉

If you prefer hotels, I have some options that I recommend with great cost benefit! Click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices. 😉

4) Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? IN SANTA CROCE

Another neighborhood where you can stay is Santa Croce, where the homonymous church is located. This area, located in the southeastern part of the historic center, is close to the most interesting monuments and has its fulcrum in the Church of Santa Croce. Among the scenic palaces in this district, there are many hotels that can accommodate you for a wonderful weekend in Florence. Choosing a place to sleep will not be difficult because of the wide variety of accommodations and prices that will be presented to you.

Hotels I suggest in Santa Croce

If you want some indications of hostels (or B&B) and apartments, I have some options that I suggest if you want to save money; click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices! 😉

If you prefer hotels, I have some options that I recommend with great cost benefit! Click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices. 😉

5) Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? AT CAMPO DI MARTE

Another economic possibility, where you can stay in Florence, is Campo di Marte, in this area there are several well-equipped and affordable hotels. It is a quiet and charming residential area in Florence, well connected to the historic city center by public transport. Campo di Marte has its own train station where several regional and high-speed trains stop, with which you can easily reach other Tuscan cities and major cities in Italy.

Hotels I suggest in Campo di Marte

If you want some indications of hostels (or B&B) and apartments, I have some options that I suggest if you want to save money; click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices! 😉

If you prefer hotels, I have some options that I recommend with great cost benefit! Click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices. 😉

6) Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? OUTSIDE THE HISTORIC CENTER

And so, if you decide to breathe a less touristy air, a good choice could be to stay in Florence well outside the historic center, where hotel prices are cheaper and the most convenient solution if you are coming by car. Another possibility is to be well away, in some nearby town, and experience the silence of the wonderful Tuscan countryside, but in this case it is necessary to have a car.

If you want some indications of hostels (or B&B) and apartments, I have some options that I suggest if you want to save money; click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices! 😉

If you prefer hotels, I have some options that I recommend with great cost benefit! Click on the links below and get to know each one. If you like the suggestion, make your reservation and guarantee good prices. 😉

How were these hotels chosen?

The hotels were chosen considering three main concepts: evaluation, location and daily rate. I want to make it clear that NONE of these hotels sponsored this post. The daily rates may vary according to demand, time of year and room availability. Please always check directly when booking with Booking.com.

Find out more about Accommodation in Italy!

Would you like to see other hotel options in Florence? So read our other post Where to sleep in Florence! And if you have no experience booking hotels in Italy, then learn now with our special posts: How to book a hotel in Italy? and Difference between hotel categories in Italy!


How to get in Florence?


Florence is well connected with the rest of Italy, as in Europe, and it is easy to get there both by land and by air.

1) How to get to Florence? BY AIR

Florence Airport, Americo Vespucci, is located in the Firenze Nord motorway, just 4 km from the city center. Americo Vespucci Airport connects the Tuscan capital with most major European cities.

Also read our Special Posts on Airports in Italy:

2) How to get to Florence? BY TRAIN

Trains connect the Tuscan capital very well to other regions; since 2009 the high-speed trains of the company Frecciarossa have also been introduced, tickets available on the Trenitalia website, which allow you to advance on the Naples-Rome-Florence-Bologna-Milan route, in a really short time. Find out here “What is the difference between trains in Italy?”. Buy your ticket online in advance and save a lot, read the Post “How to buy a train ticket in Italy?“.

3) How to get to Florence? BY CAR

Florence is also a decisive node in the Italian motorway network. It is well connected to the main cities in the north of the country, while to the south; Rome is an hour and a half away. The A1 motorway is the main artery that connects Italy from north to south and has four exits to Florence. If you are renting a car be sure to read our posts in the section Driving in Italy. Plus, there you will find car itineraries tips, and everything you need to know about signage, tolls, roads and much more!

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Conclusion

Neighborhoods in Florence: where to stay? Florence is one of the cities that deserve to be seen at least once in your life, now you definitely have more information so, at this moment, the only thing to do is to visit Florence!

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