Located on the third floor with elevator, the apartment is completely renovated and furnished with modern solutions. composed of 2 large bedrooms with maxi double bed, 1 bathroom, an entrance hall, a furnished and equipped kitchen and a terrace where you can enjoy a great drink.
Connected to the city center by convenient public transport in 10 minutes.-The Cascine park at 2 minutes walking. Station Santa Maria Novella station at 10/15 minutes on foot. Paid street parking. Free parking at 300 meters. The apartment is completely renovated and furnished with modern solutions. composed of 2 large double bedrooms, 1 bathroom, an entrance hall, furnished and equipped kitchen where you can enjoy a great drink.
Connected to the city center by convenient public transport in 10 minutes. The Cascine Park is a 2 minute walk away. Santa Maria Novella Station is a 10-15 minute walk. Paid street parking. Free parking at 300 meters.
At 50 meters from the apartment there is a cash machine, a pharmacy, a pastry bar, tobacco shop and a bakery. Fruit and vegetables, a shoemaker. In the Piazza Puccini, the apartment will also be a day trip to the market. Florentine specialties not to be missed. In the square there is a taxi stop, at the cinema theater and in front of the theater an excellent restaurant. Close to you 10 minutes to find the Leopold station the new music park and if you take a few more steps. Get to the Old Bridge if you want to walk with a breathtaking view.
If you don't feel like walking too much, take bus number 17 in via del ponte alle Mosse at 50 meters from the apartment
and you arrive in Piazza San Marco and visit L. ’Accademia in Via Ricasoli. The Cathedral to the Opera Museum which is the baptistery and continue to Piazza Signoria I don't say anything else everything is magnificent. But I don't forget to suggest you some excellent restaurants in the center of Ganino, the red onion, cocolezzone, the thirteen hunchbacks, Nuti. If you go to visit the Boboli Gardens in Porta Romana, go and eat a fantastic pizza at the Antica Porta, you'll thank me.