Located on the second floor, with elevator (5 steps to reach the elevator), on the renowned via Georgofili, adjacent to the Uffizi museum. A lovely and well furnished apartment that faces a sidewalk, therefore it's very quiet and perfect for short term rentals. The apartment allows the guests to soak in the historical Florentine center.
The apartment (40 sq.mt / 430 sq.f) has 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom, it can comfortably accommodate up to 3 people. The apartment is on two levels. Near the entrance there is the master bed room that opens onto the "day area" composed of dining room, reading space, and a small but complete kitchen. Climbing 10 steps you get to the open-space loft, where you will find a single bed and a small desk. A bathroom with shower completes the apartment. From the windows the guests can enjoy the view of the Palazzo dei Georgofili, the back side of the Uffizi museum, the top of the Tower of Anolfo of Palazzo Vecchio in Piazza Signoria.
Included in the price: Utilities included up to €90.00 (for stays up to 30 days), final cleaning, towels and sheets provided, condominium fees. Not included in the price: Tourist tax of €2.50 per person (over the age of 12) per night, for the first 7 nights, utilities of water, electricity, and gas (for rentals over 30 days) if exceeding €90.00; fee for registering the contract (which in accordance to Italian law must be written in Italian), for rentals over 30 days, equal to 1% of the total rental price (with a minimum fee of € 33.50) plus tax stamps.
AreaThe apartment is located within Duomo district in Florence’s historic city centre. The Duomo area constitutes the very heart of Florence and the area takes its name from Brunelleschi’s magnificent dome on the wonderful Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral. The Duomo neighbourhood offers an array of beautiful historical buildings and superb piazzas including the Mercato di San Lorenzo, the Piazza del Duomo and Piazza della Repubblica, famous for its attractive cafes, patisserie shops, live music, street performers and caricature artists. Furthermore, the area is surrounded by the city’s main cultural attractions, notably Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, the Bargello Palace and Casa Buonarroti, the former home of Michelangelo, not to mention the Uffizi Gallery and the museum dedicated to the city’s cathedral 'Museo dell'Opera del Duomo'. The area also has much to offer in terms of fine dining and exclusive boutique shopping. The top Italian fashion houses are located along Via Tornabuoni, Via Calzaiuoli and Via del Corso and include the famous names of Salvatore Ferragamo, Armani, Versace, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Tiffany & Co. and many more. For those choosing an apartment in this area, the Duomo quarter also offers several food stores otherwise known as 'alimentari', supermarkets, laundrettes and individual gift shops as well as being adequately served by the local public transport service.
APE energy certification level: E 142,7 kWh/m2 per year