Best Areas and Hotels Where to Stay in Florence

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Florence (or “Firenze” in Italian) is the capital city of Tuscany region in Italy, a superb area renowned for its incredible history, culture (this is the birthplace of the Renaissance, after all!) cuisine, landscapes, and of course, wine! It’s safe to say that Florence is one of the most culture-rich cities in the entire country and a great destination for all types of travelers out there.

Even though the city is far from huge (it has a population of only 382 000 people), figuring out where to stay in Florence can be a tough task, as there are several different areas, each of them with its own charm and advantages. But how can you make a decision? Don’t worry, I’m here to help!

In this complete guide I’ll tell you everything you need to know about the best areas and top hotels in Florence. The only thing left to do is choose!

NOTE: As always, make sure to book your accommodation in Florence as far in advance as possible. Considering this is not the cheapest destination in Italy, prices will only get higher with time, especially during high season!

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The best area to stay in Florence for first-timers is the Duomo and the area around Piazza della Signoria. This is considered to be the city center or Florence Downtown, also known as the most attractive and interesting area for all types of tourists out there.

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Even though Florence is not that big, it’s divided into different neighborhoods and each of them has its own character and vibe. I know that choosing only one of them all is a hard decision, but I hope that my personalized recommendations below will help you with this:

  • Best for luxury: The Duomo and Piazza della Signoria
  • Best area to stay in Florence for budget travelers: San Marco
  • Best area close to the train station: Santa Maria Novella
  • Where to stay in Florence for foodies: Santo Spirito and San Frediano
  • Best for nightlife: Santa Croce and San Frediano
  • Best for families: Santa Maria Novella or Sant’Ambrogio

1. The Duomo and Piazza della Signoria / Florence city center –  for first timers

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The heart and soul of the city lies in the area around the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, so this is definitely an unmissable spot and the best area in Florence for people visiting for the first time!

Rest assured that you’ll visit the city center during your stay in Florence nevertheless, as it’s the most famous area. But also having your hotel here is a big advantage, as here is where all the main attractions are located, as well as tons of restaurants, designer shops, cute cafes and souvenir shops. Imagine cobblestone streets and a classic, Italian atmosphere – charming, right?

Other than the Dome (also called Duomo di Firenze or Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore), you’ll also find Palazzo Vecchio here, the famous Uffizi Gallery, the National Museum of Bargello and the Baptistery of Saint John (Battistero di San Giovanni) as well.

Needless to stay that, because it’s such an important epicenter of the city, this area is also the most expensive and touristic out of them all. If you know that you want to stay right in the middle of the action, here are the best hotels in the city center:

Luxury (US$160 and up)

5 star hotels in florence

  • Hotel Bernini Florence Palace – In case you’re looking for a superb, luxurious hotel in Florence where you can truly experience Tuscany, this one’s for you! I truly believe this is THE best hotel in the entire city and, of course, it’s right near Firenze Duomo!
  • Rocco Forte Hotel Savoy – Here’s another great option located in the historical center of the city, near all the main landmarks and events. During your stay you’ll enjoy a daily breakfast and an excellent 5-star service!

Middle-priced (US$110 to US$160)

  • Hotel Alessandra Florence – Looking for a very good mid-range stay in the heart of Florence, in the best neighborhood out there? This one’s for you! This awesome hotel is right near Uffizi Gallery, less than 250m away – such a nice advantage!
  • Hotel Davanzati Florence – Next in line is another superb accommodation located right near Firenze Duomo and other main sights, in one of the most superb neighborhoods in the city! Trust me, the reviews are simply flawless!

Budget (up to US$110)

  • Hotel Dali Florence – Looking for some great budget hotels in Italy, Florence? Here’s one for you! Nestled right in the heart of this neighborhood, this hotel awaits with an excellent location, a friendly staff and sparkling clean rooms!
  • Hotel Bavaria Florence – In case you didn’t find the perfect budget hotel in Florence yet, I’m sure you’ll enjoy this one! It’s near all the main sights you’ll want to visit and the decor is very classy and nice!

2. Ponte Vecchio

ponte vecchio

Ponte Vecchio is actually an area that surrounds Ponte Vecchio bridge and connects the northern part of Florence to the southern one, divided by Arno river. 

This area is very close to the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, which means that if you stay here you’ll be very close to the city center. The streets surrounding the bridge are full of charming shops, restaurants and cafes, so there’s always something to do around here.

I also recommend Ponte Vecchio as being probably the best place to stay in Florence for only one day (or 1 night). The area is very beautiful, conveniently located and the opposite of boring – what’s not to love?

If you want to stay as close to Ponte Vecchio as possible, here are the best options I could find out there:

Luxury (US$150 and up)

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  • Portrait Firenze – Lungarno Collection – Do you want to enjoy a spoiled stay in one of the best neighborhoods in Florence? This is one of the best 5-star hotels in Florence that offers an irreproachable service and it awaits with luxurious, spacious rooms, an on-site restaurant, a bar and more!
  • Hotel Lungarno – Lungarno Collection – In case you didn’t find the ideal, luxurious place for your Tuscany vacation, search no more, as this one’s perfect for you! Some of the advantages of staying here include a fabulous daily breakfast and a great location, right in the heart of the neighborhood and right near tons of food places!

Middle-priced (US$110 to US$150)

  • Firenze Rentals Ponte Vecchio Flat – A great location, right near all the main sights in the heart of the city – this is just one of the best things about staying in this cute mid-range hotel! The rooms are simple but extremely clean, perfect for a good night’s sleep!
  • 5 Borgo San Jacopo – If you want to stay in one of the best neighborhoods in the city and not spend all your budget on accommodation, this cute apartment is for you! The owners are very helpful and friendly and you’ll find everything you need here for a pleasant stay.

Budget (up to US$110)

  • La Tana Dei Leoni Affittacamere – Wondering where to stay on a budget in this central neighborhood? No worries, I got you! This beautiful guest house offers an excellent service and it’s located right near the Duomo area, less than 200 meters from Piazza della Signoria!
  • Pitti Attic – This is actually one of my favorite budget stays in the entire city! This apartment is right in the heart of this beautiful neighborhood and it’s great if you want to save some pennies on accommodation. Guess what, you can make your own breakfast in the kitchen!

3. San Lorenzo and San Marco – Where to stay in Florence on a budget

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The area around Piazza San Marco (do not confuse it with the one in Venice, though!) and San Lorenzo (this one also exists in Rome, so again, don’t confuse the two) are definitely one of the best areas in the city for people traveling on a tight budget! 

These two neighborhoods are very similar, kind of small and right next to each other – this is why I decided to combine them into a single, bigger area. Some of the unmissable spots around are the San Marco Church (located in the middle of Piazza San Marco, of course), San Lorenzo Church, the National Archaeology Museum, and San Lorenzo Market (also known as Mercato Centrale), which is a covered market where you can find fresh produce and a food court as well!

These two areas are also perfect for foodies, as you’ll be surrounded by many trattorias and amazing restaurants – perfect to taste some authentic Tuscan cuisine! Plus, you’ll always be close to the Duomo area (10 minutes away by foot). That being said, here are the best hotels around that you can choose from:

Luxury (US$150 and up)

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  • Hotel Caravaggio Florence – Wondering where to book your luxurious, royal-like room while you visit Florence? Look no further than this hotel! This one is right in the  neighborhood of San Lorenzo, near San Marco square and church as well! By the way, the rooms here have a really nice, Italian decor!
  • Atelier Art Hotel Florence – Here’s another excellent, luxurious choice in one of the best neighborhoods out there! Some of the advantages of staying in this artistic accommodation include spacious, beautiful rooms, an on-site gallery (!), free Wi-Fi and more!

Middle-priced (US$100 to US$150)

  • Hotel Casci Florence – For all those interested in culture and being near all the famous attractions around San Marco and San Lorenzo areas without spending a ton of money – this one’s for you! One of the best things about this place is that it’s a short walk away from the Duomo!
  • Globus Urban Hotel – Fabulous food, unique, urban decor, a superb location right in the center of the neighborhood – these are just some of the pluses that this accommodation has to offer! By the way, some of the rooms here offer views to Florence’s most beautiful rooftops!

Budget (up to US$100)

  • HomEdo B&B – Do you want to visit Florence on a budget? No worries, that’s totally doable, especially if you book a room at this property located in San Lorenzo and San Marco areas. Trust me, you just cannot get bored here, regardless if you visit it during summer or December!
  • Hotel Lorena – Here’s another great place for those traveling to Florence on a tight budget. Trust me, the location is pretty great, as you’ll be a short walk away from all the famous attractions in the neighborhood and the city. By the way, breakfast can be served on request if you want to!

4. Oltrarno, Santo Spirito and San Frediano

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The smaller areas of Santo Spirito and San Frediano are part of a bigger district called Oltrarno and they’re all great choices for foodies interested in trying some authentic Tuscan dishes or for party animals!

Oltrarno literally means “across the Arno” in Italian, which pretty much explains the positioning of this area – right across Arno river and Ponte Vecchio from the city center. This entire neighborhood is also calmer than the Duomo area, but it’s far from boring as well. You’ll find many trattorias, cafes, wine bars and souvenir shops selling handmade objects around.

Some of the attractions that you have to visit while you’re in Oltrarno include Palazzo Pitti and the Boboli Gardens. Or you can just take a troll around Piazza Santo Spirito – it’s a perfect example of this area’s true vibe!

This neighborhood is very pretty during the day, but it really comes to life during the night, and you can choose from different pubs and clubs where you can dance until you can’t feel your feet anymore.

If you feel like you belong in this area, here are my hand-picked hotel recommendations for you:

Luxury (US$150 and up)

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  • Piazza Pitti Palace – Residenza d’Epoca – Here’s a great option if you want to be near Arno river and all the famous attractions and activities that this wonderful city has to offer! Oh, and by the way, the decor here is simply unbeatable – everything looks like a Michelangelo painting!
  • Horto Convento – If you’re looking for a luxury, comfortable stay, then you’ll definitely love this 4-star accommodation! Piazzale Michelangelo, Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens are all in the surrounding area, easily reachable by foot!

Middle-priced (US$100 to US$150)

  • Piazza del Carmine – If you love culture and want to stay walking distance to Piazza Santo Spirito, then this place is for you! Book a room here and you’ll be able to enjoy some beautiful rooms, a very good daily breakfast, free Wi-Fi and many other cool facilities!
  • Hotel Annalena – This property is right in the heart of Oltrarno neighborhood, not far away from Piazzale Michelangelo and many other interesting sights! Some of the best things that this property offers are a historic atmosphere, free Wi-Fi, beautiful furniture and cozy rooms!

Budget (up to US$100)

  • Soggiorno Pitti – Wondering where to stay on a budget in one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Florence? Then you should take a look at this accommodation! It has an excellent location, walking distance to plenty of food places and bar options, as well as shops!
  • Sun Frediano Suites Florence – Last but not least, this budget bed and breakfast is not far away from Piazzale Michelangelo, Strozzi Palace and Pitti Palace as well. All the rooms here are simple, bright and very comfortable, perfect for some relaxation after a full day of exploring Florence!

5. Santa Maria Novella – Where to stay in Florence near the train station

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Santa Maria Novella neighborhood is the area where Florence’s main train station (Firenze Station) is located, which makes it a very convenient area to stay, especially if you don’t have a lot of time in the city!

One of the best things about Santa Maria Novella is that it’s right near the Duomo area (15 minutes by foot), which is the center of Florence. It’s actually one of the cheapest areas if you want to be close to the city center! Plus, the train station is a great gateway in case you’re on a bigger trip around Italy!

In fact, this area is divided into two pretty different parts – the half that’s closer to the train station, which is vivid and a bit noisy at times, and the half that’s more distant from it, which is actually a residential area with a very good positioning.

Other than being the main transportation hub of the city, some other interesting sights of Santa Maria Novella include the Piazza and Basilica of Santa Maria Novella, Santa Maria Novella Pharmacy (which is more than 600 years old!) and the Cappelle Medicee (a beautiful mausoleum where the Medici family tombs are located).

That being said, here are the best hotels in this area:

Luxury (US$170 and up)

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  • J.K. Place Firenze – Here’s a superb choice for a luxurious stay in Santa Maria Novella neighborhood! This 5-star property has a very convenient location in Florence and it awaits with a rooftop terrace, an on-site restaurant, free Wi-Fi and some gorgeous rooms for the perfect stay!
  • Starhotel Firenze Michelangelo – In case you’re planning some day trips and want to be walking distance from the train station, look no further than this accommodation! It offers a 4-star service and I’m sure you’ll enjoy the minimal, tasteful decor and all the great facilities here!

Middle-priced (US$120 to US$170)

  • B&B Il Marzocco – Here’s a great mid-range accommodation in Santa Maria Novella, Florence. This bed and breakfast has a very elegant decor and it offers a very good service – basically everything you might need for the perfect stay!
  • B&b Kingsman – This one’s another great choice if you want some convenience and easy access to day trips thanks to the proximity to the train station. By the way, this cozy bed and breakfast includes a delicious daily breakfast and free Wi-Fi as well.

Budget (up to US$120)

  • Hotel Scoti Florence – Traveling to Florence on a tight budget and wondering where you can stay in this very convenient neighborhood? Look no further than this very affordable property! One of the best things about staying here is the location – walking distance to both the train station and to countless food and drink places!
  • Lucretia House – Last but not least, here’s another great choice for any traveler who wants an affordable place in Santa Maria Novella. This is actually a very tasteful guest house with bright, clean rooms, free Wi-Fi, free toiletries, and a very friendly staff.

6. Santa Croce – Where to stay in Florence for nightlife

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Just like most of the other areas in Florence (and in Italy, if I come to think about it), Santa Croce also surrounds a square (“piazza”) with the same name. Piazza Santa Croce is truly beautiful and it hosts tons of amazing artisan shops, trattorias, charming cafes and bars.

And in all honesty, I really believe that Santa Croce is one of the most underrated areas in Florence! 

Santa Croce is more authentic and charming than other parts of this city and it has a real Italian vibe, while also being very close to the city center and its main attractions. Plus, there are fewer tourists here, I assure you! I definitely recommend it to all types of travelers, but especially to those interested in a vibrant nightlife. You won’t be disappointed by the choice of clubs and bars here, I promise!

Do I need to mention that one of the main landmarks of the area is Basilica of Santa Croce? I’m sure you were already expecting it! But here’s an interesting fact: this church is actually the burial place of Michelangelo himself, as well as Machiavelli and Galilei!

In case you want to base yourself in Santa Croce during your Florence vacation, here are the best hotels I can recommend:

Luxury (US$150 and up)

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  • Canto degli Aranci – I can definitely recommend this upscale, beautiful accommodation if you want to be walking distance from Piazza Santa Croce and plenty of nightlife options after the sun sets! The rooms at this bed and breakfast are bright and the beds are comfortable – what’s not to like?
  • Baglioni Relais Santa Croce – This awesome 5-star accommodation has a lot to offer to anyone that decides on staying here, trust me! First of all, it’s close to tons of interesting attractions; plus, it is hosted in a superb 18th century building – simply unbeatable!

Middle-priced (US$100 to US$150)

  • B&B La Casa dei Tintori – Looking for a great bed and breakfast in this neighborhood that comes with some very good, affordable prices? Then this one’s for you! I recommend staying here if you’re interested in nightlife and exploring the city by foot, as you won’t be far away from the main attractions in Florence!
  • SantaCroce4u Michelangelo – Here’s another great choice perfect for any season and preferences, be it August or December. Staying here means you’ll be close to tons of bars and restaurants and you can easily explore Florence by foot!

Budget (up to US$100)

  • Hotel Bodoni Florence – If you’re planning on staying in Tuscany on a budget, then you need an affordable place to stay that will save you save some precious pennies! This beautiful 2-star accommodation is not far away from Florence Cathedral and it awaits with a breakfast buffet, a nice terrace with city views and more!
  • Violet 27 – Here’s another great option for all travelers out there interested in culture and trying some new food, but also want to save some money on accommodation. One of the best things about booking a room here is that you’ll be walking distance to countless restaurants and bars!

7. Sant’Ambrogio – Where to stay in Florence with a family

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photo credits: Sharat Ganapati. ”Sant’Ambrogio Basilica”. Photograph under creative commons license, available on Flickr. All rights belong to the photographer.

If you’re looking for a non-touristic place with a traditional, calm atmosphere, head over to Sant’Ambrogio!

If you want to get away from the flocks of tourists around the city center, but still want to be close to the main attractions that this city has to offer (and by close I mean 15 minutes away by foot), there’s no better place to book your hotel than in Sant’Ambrogio! Here is where you can get a taste of the local life and I recommend it even more if you love antiques and authentic markets.

By the way, this is actually one of the oldest areas in the entire city! Some of the most well-known attractions here include Piazza dei Ciompi, where you’ll find an amazing flea market called “Mercato di Sant’Ambrogio”, the Great Synagogue of Florence and countless amazing restaurants and pubs.

If you feel like this is the place for you, here are the best accommodation options in Sant’Ambrogio:

Luxury (US$150 and up)

  • Hotel Monna Lisa – Do you want to book a superb, luxurious property right in the heart of this calm, peaceful neighborhood? Then you’re in the right place! If you decide to stay in this Florence accommodation, rest assured that you’ll be walking distance from the Duomo area and Florence Cathedral – such a great advantage!
  • Hotel Cardinal of Florence – If you want to enjoy some breathtaking views during your stay in the city, then make sure to check out this amazing property – it has a superb rooftop terrace. You’ll love this accommodation regardless if you stay here in August or in December, trust me!

Middle-priced (US$100 to US$150)

  • Pietrapiana – Here’s a great mid-range apartment located right in the heart of this interesting neighborhood, walking distance from Sant’Ambrogio Market. If you decide to stay here, you’ll surely appreciate the free Wi-Fi, the cleanliness of the entire space and the friendliness of the owners!
  • B&B Santa Maria del Fiore – Some of the best things that this bed and breakfast has to offer include a very good breakfast served daily, an on-site spa and wellness center, free Wi-Fi and family rooms as well. A perfect spot for people interested in culture!

Budget (up to US$100)

  • B&B Residenza Manzoni – Here’s another great bed and breakfast in Florence, this time with some very affordable prices for those that want to stay on a tight budget. By the way, if you decide to stay here means that you won’t be far away from the center of the city – only 15 minutes by foot!
  • Locanda De’ Ciompi – Next in line is another great accommodation option for all those that want to save some money on their stay in Tuscany. This is actually a super cute guest house that has wood-beamed ceilings, a yummy breakfast served daily and more. You’ll surely love it, even if you visit in December!

8. Florence Hills

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In case you want to experience a countryside-like stay in Florence, then you should get away from the center and head over to the hills!

Florence is surrounded by some pretty gorgeous hills where you’ll find olive trees and stunning villas and mansions tucked in the lush vegetation. This is truly the place to stay if you want to have a totally relaxed Tuscan vacation!

Some of the most beautiful gardens and accommodation options are located in this area and some of the highlights of Florence Hills include Porta Romana and the Evangelical Cemetery At Allori, just to name a few. No worries, staying here doesn’t mean you won’t have access to the things that are happening in the center of Florence – you’ll only be one shuttle bus ride away!

Convinced? Here are the best hotels around the hills:

Luxury (US$150 and up)

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  • Villa Cora – Want to enjoy a royal stay in Tuscany and a friendly, local atmosphere? Then you’ll definitely fall in love with this superb villa! The building dates from the 19th century and it’s just perfect for an unforgettable vacation in Florence. The views are simply stunning, trust me!
  • Villa Tolomei Hotel & Resort – Here’s another incredible villa in Florence Hills neighborhood, with a great location! You can expect a true 5-star service here, as well as some superb rooms, an outdoor pool and an on-site restaurant, all surrounded by olive groves and a 20-hectare garden!

Middle-priced (US$100 to US$150)

  • I Cipressi del Poggio B&B – Wondering what this superb mid-range bed and breakfast has to offer? Well, other than a traditional, local atmosphere, you can expect an excellent service. They have spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi and some unforgettable views as well!
  • Torre dei Lari Residenza d’Epoca – Staying in a villa or bed and breakfast on Florence Hills is a pretty popular option and this place is a great example why! From the outdoor pool to the cozy garden and superb rooms, I’m sure you’ll love everything that awaits for you here!

Budget (up to US$100)

  • Gelsomino Garden – Yes, you can stay on a budget and still experience everything that Tuscany has to offer! This beautiful guest house has a garden, a terrace, free Wi-Fi and air-conditioned rooms – what more can you ask for, considering the super affordable price?
  • Il Gufo Pensatore – Last but not least, here’s another great apartment for a budget stay in Tuscany. Staying here means you’ll get to experience living like a local, which I think will make for an unforgettable vacation! By the way, this property is ideal for a couple!

Best apartments in Florence

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In case you want a true taste of an Italian home or if you prefer some coziness during your travels, then you might be thinking about staying in an apartment in Florence instead of a hotel! This is also a great idea if you want to save some money or if you’re traveling in a bigger group – there is an apartment out there for every taste and need!

I’m happy to announce that Florence has a wide range of Airbnbs that you can choose from! Here are the best ones I could find in central Florence:

Luxury (US$120 and up)

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  • Palazzo de Moro suite in the heart of Florence – Now here’s a really luxurious apartment! This is actually a “Plus” property on Airbnb, which means you’re in for a really high-quality experience, while also living like a local in Florence! And yes, it’s true, this apartment is right in the heart of Florence!
  • Secret Luxury Suite – “Somewhere in Santo Spirito” – Here’s another great choice for any traveler that’s looking for a spoiled stay in Santo Spirito neighborhood, near the center of the city. The decor is simply superb and the reviews are flawless!

Middle-priced (US$80 to US$120)

  • A cozy corner of Florence – Are you a traveler that wants to live like a local right in the center of Florence? Then you should take a look at this property, it’s very beautiful and convenient! The entire place is very bright and cozy and it has a very good location.
  • Casa Gaya: Authentic and welcoming apartment – If you want a modern and super clean place where you can have a good night’s sleep after a full day of exploring the city, then you should take a look at this apartment, it’s indeed very welcoming and it has some very good reviews!

Budget (up to US$80)

  • Casa in collina Scandicci – If you have a tight budget but still want to see what it means to live like a local in Florence, make sure to book this apartment, you’ll just love it! It’s simple, clean and very comfortable – what more can you wish for?
  • Cozy and quiet room, center, wi-fi – Here’s another excellent choice for any traveler that wants to save some money. This is a cozy and nice private room in an apartment, right near the historical center of the city – so good!

Best hotels near Florence Airport

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Florence International Airport, known as Aeroporto di Firenze-Peretola (FLR) is the second busiest airport in the entire Tuscany (after Pisa), and it’s located around 10 kilometers away from the center, which means around 20 minutes by car. Even though the distance is not that big, staying as close as possible to the airport could save you a lot of precious time and sleep in case you have an early flight (or a flight that’s very late at night).

If you feel like this could be a great solution for you, here are the best accommodation options I could find as close as possible to the airport:

  • Didi House – Here’s my recommendation for people who are looking for a Florence airport hotel where they can enjoy some luxury at the same time. This is actually a very beautiful apartment, fit for up to 4 people that want some coziness and cleanliness.
  • L’OZioRinco – If you’re looking for a middle-priced place instead, here’s one for you! This is another apartment that will offer an excellent stay near the airport, which is less than 1 kilometer away from the property!
  • B & B Eliana – Traveling on a budget? No worries, I have a great solution for you as well! This cute property has some very good prices and it also offers an airport shuttle that you can use – so great!


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That’s it, you have reached the end of my super detailed guide on Florence accommodation, congrats! I hope you found this post useful to you and your future trip and I hope that you already found your dream place by now!

In the article above I have told you all the details and precious information about where to stay in Florence. I talked about the 8 best areas for tourists, with hand-picked hotel recommendations in each of them. I also gave you my recommendations for the best apartments and airport hotels in the city. In short, everything you need for an organized vacation is here!

Are you traveling to Florence soon? Let me know in the comments below if you have any other questions, I’m happy to help! Oh, and if you need more travel inspiration about this Tuscany region or the whole Italy in general, you will surely find some useful info here on Miss Tourist! 🙂

Happy travels,


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