Things To Do
Located in the west area of Florence the hotel is easy to reach by air, train and car. Amerigo Vespucci Florence International Airport is 3 KM from the hotel and Galileo Galilei Pisa International Airport is 90 KM away. A1 Highway Exit Firenze Scandicci is 2 KM away from the hotel while A11 Highway Exit Firenze Nord is 3 KM away.
Hop on our shuttle bus (fee applies) to Florence attractions like the Uffizi art gallery and Cattedrale del Duomo. An ideal location for both leisure and business travellers, guests can also enjoy a day trip to the Chianti countryside (15 KM), Pisa, San Gimignano, Lucca, and the Versilia Coast (80 KM).
IN AND AROUND TOWN
Duomo Cathedral and Giotto Bell Tower
Visit Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistery and the Bell Tower with views of the city.
Visit Ponte Vecchio, the oldest of the city’s bridges and now the celebrated symbol of Florence.
It is one of the best museum in the world with a lot of masterpieces such as the Spring and the Birth of Venus by Botticelli.
Pitti Palace & Boboli's Gardens
The former residence of Medici’s dynasty, Pitti Palace now boasts museums and Boboli’s Gardens.
This is an important place to visit in Florence, where the original marble statue of Michelangelo’s David stands tall.
Enjoy a marvelous view over the City from Piazzale Michelangelo, a square overlooking Florence and its beauties.
PIAZZA SANTA CROCE
Renamed as Temple of the Italian Glories; the burial place of illustrious Italians, such as Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Looking to do some unforgettable shopping in Tuscany? The Mall and Barberino Outlets are the best.
PITTI FAIR – JANUARY AND JUNE EDITION
Pitti Immagine Uomo is a renowned international fashion fair for men’s clothing.
In the heart of Florence, the International Handicrafts Trade Fair attracts exhibitors from the world over.
SCOPPIO DEL CARRO DURING EASTER
Among the most characteristic Easter events in central Italy is the Explosion of the Cart in Florence.
PIAZZA SANTA CROCE CHRISTMAS MARKET
The biggest Christmas market in Florence, located in Piazza Santa Croce, draws on the tradition of German markets.