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About Florence

The birthplace of the Renaissance and home to a stunning number of famous museums and landmarks, Florence is one of the major cities in Italy and one of the most historical in the world. Originally founded as a settlement for Roman soldiers in 59 BC, Florence truly flourished as a centre of art, literature and science in the 15th and 16th century.

Whether you’re heading to Florence for historical landmarks such as Il Duomo or to pay homage at one of its many art galleries, from the Uffizi Gallery to Galleria dell’Accademia, the capital of Tuscany holds innumerable delights for travellers. Modern day life in Florence is equally full of magic, whether you’re tasting authentic Florentine steak, sampling Tuscan delicacies or sipping fine Italian wine in one of the restaurants close to the Piazza della Signoria.

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With over 850 hotels and apartments in Florence, we can help you choose the location that gives you excellent access to the many attractions the city has to offer. We’ll help you with flight info and maps of the area, so whether it’s a 5-star luxury hotel you’re after or an affordable bed and breakfast tucked away in the heart of Florence, you can search for the experience you want.

When To Go

Florence is a beautiful but surprisingly small city, and although summer has the warmest weather it also has the busiest streets. September to November still offers a lot of sunshine, and although the temperature may be cooler this is often the best time to explore the many wonders that the city has to offer.

Where to Stay

The historical centre of Florence is very concentrated, with all the main locations within 5 minutes walking distance of each other. If you’re looking to stay close to the iconic Duomo, you’ll be only minutes away from Palazzo Vecchio, the Uffizi and Ponte Vecchio. The types of hotels in these areas vary from extravagant palaces to beautiful smaller apartments, but all are close to the main sights.