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Hotel offers in Florence Italy at the best prices to stay in the Tuscan capital of culture, fashion and enchanting landscapes.

A stone’s throw from the beautiful hills of Fiesole and Piazzale Mochelangelo just above the city center, from where you can enjoy an enchanting scenery and do dozens of unique photographic shots.

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The Duomo, Giotto’s Bell Tower, Baptistery and Brunelleschi’s Dome in Florence Italy
Brunelleschi’s Dome dominates Florence Italy and even today there is no higher building in the whole city. The bell tower was designed by Giotto even if he did not see it finished. The Baptistery is one of the oldest buildings in Florence and has been there since the 4th century; with its magnificent doors it is a true Bible for images. The Duomo with its white and green marble façade catches the eye. There is no such extraordinary construction complex anywhere else in the world. We are in the heart of Florence, in front of Santa Maria del Fiore, which everyone calls Duomo.
A cathedral of 153 meters in length, built in almost 170 years to envy the churches of the rivals Pisa and Siena. The most important Florentine artists took part in the realization of this complex: from Giotto to Brunelleschi, from Vasari to Talenti, from Arnolfo di Cambio to Lorenzo Ghiberti. Every visit to Florence starts from here: with the heads up and the look amazed, to wonder how they have made men to create such a wonder. Hotel offers in Florence Italy.

Ponte Vecchio in Florence Italy – Hotel offers in Florence Italy.
The most beautiful bridge in Florence and one of the most photographed in the world, has not always been a chic place. Even though today the goldsmiths’ shops are attracting caravans of tourists, until 1565 the shops of the vegetables and butchers dominated the bridge. When the Vasari Corridor of the Uffizi was built overlooking Ponte Vecchio, the beccai and the vegetables were made to dislodge in favor of goldsmiths and craftsmen, considered crafts more suited to the beauty of the place. Hotel offers in Florence Italy.
Since then gold has become the protagonist of Ponte Vecchio, as the statue of Benvenuto Cellini, the greatest Florentine goldsmith, reminds us. In 1565 Giorgio Vasari built the Vasari Corridor for Cosimo I Dè Medici to unite Palazzo Vecchio, with Palazzo Pitti (then the Medici’s private residence). The corridor, about one kilometer long, starts from Palazzo Vecchio, passing through the Uffizi Gallery, then over the Ponte Vecchio shops and then continuing up to Palazzo Pitti. It seems that Hitler gave the order to save Ponte Vecchio during the bombings of the Second World War. Sometimes beauty also illuminates tyrants. Hotel offers in Florence Italy.

Palazzo Vecchio in Florence Italy
The first striking thing about Palazzo Vecchio is the impossibility of photographing it in its entirety. Even if you go to the farthest part of Piazza della Signoria, at the intersection with Via dei Calzaiuoli, you will not be able to get it all. Hotel offers in Florence Italy.
It’s too big and too tall to get it into one picture. The fact is that one can not help photographing it, since it is considered the best example of fourteenth century civil architecture in the world. The one that prevents him from returning all in one click is the “Torre di Arnolfo”, 94 meters high and built around 1310, which brings the great flag with the Florentine lily to the summit. At the entrance to the Palazzo Vecchio, a copy of Michelangelo’s David shows off (and pigeon support). It is Piazza della Signoria to host this beautiful palace, a place that for a long time has been considered “cursed”, because it is a battleground between Guelphs and Ghibellines. Once the footsteps of a bloody past have been erased, Piazza della Signoria is now the center of social, civic and political life of all the citizens of Florence. Hotel offers in Florence Italy. 

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