Residenza Giotto

Via Roma, 6, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy
Residenza Giotto
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area to stay

by fairyindadragon4rest

whats the most central area to stay in in terms of tourism?is it safe?

looking at a 100 euros a night
any suggestions would be welcome
thanks a ton

Re: area to stay

by leics

Florence is as safe as anywhere else, imo, and safer than many. The area immediately around SM Novella is a bit 'iffy' very late at night....but you won't be there very late at night and it is no 'iffier' than areas round stations in any european city. Fine in the daytime/evening of course.

The historical centre has an abundance of places to stay, and the city is very walkable.

I stayed about 10 minutes walk from SM Novella station, which was a quieter area and suited me very well. About 15 minutes walk to the Duomo.

I booked through I suggest you look at their site for accommodation in Florence and elsewhere; they list b&bs as well as hotels, have location maps and honest guest reviews.

Re: area to stay

by azz8206

When I was in Florence I stayed at the Hotel Ritz on the riverfront. It was very clean and the rooms were big. I paid 100 euros per night but breakfast was not included. I found it on

Re: area to stay

by gfinesilver

lots of places on Via Faenza which is convenient for the train station and sites.

Re: area to stay

by iaminitaly

we stayed ina beautiful furnished apartment for €100 a night in a 1700 palace overlooking Piazza S Croce. It was way better than hotels and made our vacation an unforgettable one. They had even stocked the kitchen with wine, bread, olive oil, pasta etc to get us started. we took the wine and sat front of the beautiful church at night and watched the world. It is one vacation I will not forget. The person who rented us the apartments was, Sandy email

i hope u enjoy as much as we did.

Re: area to stay

by fairyindadragon4rest

thank u so much
was it in the centre of town?

Re: area to stay

by iaminitaly was in the center of the town and very close to everything.

Travel Tips for Florence

view from Piazzale Michelangelo

by tompt

The Piazzale Michelangelo is a place on a hill above Florence. The square has a bronze statue of David, many tourist stalls and a great view. In the picture the main building you see is the Santa Croce church. From this site it looks like a dull church building but look at our must see tips or the Santa Croce travelogue to see how beautifull it really is.

Ricciardi Gym - Florence

by mariocibelli

Largest gym (air-conditioned and over 1200 square meters) located in the historic center of Florence. Located in an old Medici family home, there is a plaque above one of the starimasters commemorating the birth of one of the popes on the premises in the 15th century. Stairmasters + Eliptical Trainers
Treadmills (6)
2 Aerobics/Step Studios
Outside garden to relax/take sun in
2 Free weight rooms
Women's weight room and exercise area
Spinning room
Room with Machines

Very friendly and multilingual staff, also members are multicutural as lots of students from around the world.

Costs about 10 Euros for a walk-in visit.

Monday to Friday 900 to 2200
Saturday 900 to 1800
Sunday 1000 to 1400

Ask For Caesar

by jag17 about Outlet Caesar

A large leather outlet with a variety of jackets, purses and wallets. Caesar was extremely helpful (and big on flattery) in helping my friend get the perfect jacket. They do on the spot tailoring for the "fits like a glove" result. Be prepared to bargain, bargain, and bargain some more! Leather products Less than half of the marked price

Car hire

by sue_stone

In Sep 2007 we spent one night in Florence, arriving by train from Venice. The following day we picked up a hire car, as we were going to be exploring Tuscany for a few days and car is the easiest way to get around this region. Please note that you do not need a car to explore Florence - by foot is the best way to do this!

We hired a car through Europcar. We have used them several times in Europe and have found the prices competitive, service good, and cars reliable. Europcar have a few depots in Florence, so when you are booking take care to choose the most convenient one for you. We booked and paid in advance to secure the best rate, which included unlimited kilometres.

Cinghiale and hospitality

by Herkbert about Osteria Del Cinghiale Bianco

The restaurant was recommended by our hotel staff and we are so glad we followed their recommendation. The restaurant, located in the altrarno section of town was cozy and rustic. It was also full all evening with a combination of locals and tourists.

The food was all of high quality and delicious. The wait staff was very friendly and helpful in choosing a wine and making dinner suggestions. We loved the Tagliatere with white truffles. They were not shy with the truffles. And, of course, the papadelle with cinghiale was to die for. Everything else was also extremely good. You can't go wrong no matter what you choose.


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Address: Via Roma, 6, Florence, Tuscany, 50123, Italy