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Ostello Gallo D'Oro Hotel Florence Star Rating 2.5        
Via Camillo Cavour, 104

Within a block of Piazza Della Libertà square, this straightforward hostel is also a 10-minute walk from Michelangelo's David and a 14-minute walk from Florence Cathedral.Bright dorms and private rooms sleep up to 6, and provide complimentary Wi-Fi and lockers. All have private or en suite bathrooms, and include use of linens.
Al Duomo Star Rating 3.5        
Via Roma 1

Within a block of Piazza del Duomo and the iconic Florence Cathedral, this classic B&B fronts a lively street in the city center. It's also a 9-minute walk from Michelangelo's David.The warm, country-style rooms feature private bathrooms and parquet or tiled floors, and come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Corte dei Medici Star Rating 3        
Canto de' Nelli, 2

This warm hotel, across from the Basilica di San Lorenzo in the city center, lies a minute's walk from the nearest bus stop and Cappelle Medicee, and a 5-minute walk from Florence Cathedral and the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella.The 9 relaxed rooms feature free Wi-Fi, laptop-sized safes, flat-screen TVs and minibars. They offer private bathrooms with showers.
Palazzo Vecchietti Star Rating 5        
Via degli Strozzi 4

This upscale hotel, set in a 16th-century noble residence, is a 1-minute walk from bus services and a 5-minute walk from Florence Cathedral.The refined, individually decorated suites and apartments are named after historic Florentine figures, and feature lavish decor, plush sitting areas, kitchenettes and free Wi-Fi. Some add floor-to-ceiling windows and marble bathrooms, and 1 apartment features a private roof terrace and a hammam.
Continentale Hotel Florence Star Rating 4        
Vicolo Dell Oro 6r

This upscale hotel overlooking the Arno river is a 7-minute walk from Palazzo Pitti, an art gallery in a Renaissance palace, and a 10-minute walk from the 15th-century Basilica of Santa Maria Novella.The contemporary rooms include leather furnishings, black-and-white art and/or canopy beds, and offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add river views and marble bathrooms, while suites add designer toiletries.
Hotel President Florence Star Rating 4        
Via della Piazzuola 36 BIS

This upscale hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Mille 02 bus stop, 2.6 km from Florence Cathedral and 3.1 km from Palazzo Vecchio.
Hotel Bologna Florence Star Rating 2        
Via Orcagna 50

This upscale hotel in the city's east is 3 blocks from the Arno River and 1.8 km from the domed Florence Cathedral.Relaxed rooms with terracotta tiled floors feature complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars and reproductions of famous artworks.
Hotel Loggiato dei Serviti Star Rating 3        
Piazza SS Annunziata 3

This upscale hotel in a 16th-century structure is a 3-minute walk from Galleria dell'Accademia, a 7-minute walk from Florence Cathedral and 1.6 km from Santa Maria Novella Train Station.The elegant rooms offer period furniture, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and desks.
Granduomo Charming Accomodation Star Rating 3        
Piazza del Duomo, 1/7

This upscale city-center apartment hotel in an updated 17th-century home is opposite Florence Cathedral, and an 8-minute walk from the Uffizi gallery.The refined, subdued apartments come with marble bathrooms, kitchenettes and dining areas. They also offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, as well as DVD players and cathedral views.
Gallery Hotel Art Star Rating 4        
Vicolo dell 'Oro 5

This upscale boutique hotel in the city center is a 3-minute walk from the Uffizi Gallery, 8 minutes' walk from the Duomo di Firenze and 1.7 km from Abbazia di San Miniato al Monte church.The polished rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, luxe linens and minibars, as well as bathrooms with designer toiletries.
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Florence Italy, the city of beauty, is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany in Europe. It is famous for its history and culture. In medieval times it was one of the wealthiest cities around. It is also renowned for its Renaissance art and architecture which are both a big pull for the many people who flock to Florence each year to stay.

Tourism is the most significant industry in central Florence and from April to October each year it is bustling with people from across the world - both Italians holidaying in their own country, and people from Europe and further afield. Those who enjoy their art will love Florence. It has numerous museums and art galleries to offer visitors, including the Palazzo Pitti and Uffizi Gallery. The Uffizi sells over 1.6 million tickets a year. There are often large queues to obtain tickets and they sell out very quickly

Florence is also a favorite for those who like their fashion. In fact, it is ranked in the top 50 fashion capitals of the world and a hub for design and production.

Florence is a pretty city and can be enjoyed and explored on foot, taking in the many sights including monuments, churches and Renaissance buildings. The domed cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (also known as the Duimo) was built by Filippo Brunellescho and is a highlight for visitors, as is the walks along the banks of the River Arno (in the old part of the city).

Another architectural highlight is the Piazza della Signoria, home to a number of statues by famous sculptors such as Donatello and Cellini. The streets and squares of Florence are grand and picturesque. They are best viewed while sipping a coffee in an outdoor area of one of the many cafes. The Piazza della Republica is one of the most popular squares in the city center, with a number of cafes and eateries. As stated, Florence is a hub for tourism. It has approximately 35,000 hotel beds and 23,000 other accommodation facilities (such as guest-houses and youth hostels). This means that over 10 million visitors can head there at any given time to enjoy the numerous attractions. As tourism is so important, they make everybody feel very welcome in Florence. There are many people who arrive on day trips or stopping as part of cruise ship excursions or rail and bus tours.

Those who visit Florence are sure to comment on the food and wine, both important to the local economy. Florence is the most important city in Tuscany, one of the great wine-growing regions in the world. The cuisine includes delicious pasta and pizzas, as well as fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables. An important part for any tourist center is good transport links. The Firenze Santa Maria Novella railway station is the main station in Florence for national and international rail travel and transfers. It is used by 59 million people annually. When it comes to air travel, Florence Airport (Peretold) and Gailileo Gaililei International Airport (Pisa) serve the tourists. Once holidaying in Florence, the main attractions are accessible by foot or bicycle but there is also an excellent bus network. Locals and visitors can enjoy the mild climate and interesting things on offer all year round.