In ancient times Florence was in population second only to Paris, and it was from here where the Italian culture and economy spread and gave Italy a new golden age.
Florence tycoons attracted the greatest thinkers and artists in the country and from most of Southern and Central Europe. It has helped to give Florence an unbelievable wealth in the form of irreplaceable works of art and buildings, as only the very richest cities in the world could match. As curiosity also mentioned is that Florence for a short time was the capital of the Kingdom in Italy's early days.
The city of Florence can rightly be considered as one large, outdoor museum. The enormous number of beautiful buildings, provides the basis for many visits. We mention interchangeably Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, the Uffizi Gallery, the churches of Santa Maria Novella and Santa Croce, Palazzo Pitti with its exhibitions, the cathedral with Brunelleschi's dome and Giotto's bell tower.
At In-Italia you will find a number of apartments in the middle of Florence's historic center, which is almost a museum in itself. Whether you want to have room for the whole family or smaller, it is a good starting point for a cultural trip and we can help you with the right accommodation.
Are you planning to spend your days in Florence we recommend placing it at the beginning or end of your trip, so you may avoid having a car with you. It is difficult to get rid of it, especially if you have an apartment in the center of Florence, it will be more trouble than good. When you want to explore other parts of Tuscany, you can rent a car on the way out of town.
You would not immediately think so, but it is actually possible to take a quick trip to either Milan or Rome if you want to combine your trip with another big city. From Florence departs a speed train that travels with 300 km / h from both north and south, which means about 1.5 hour journey to both towns. This places Florence in easy access to the "rest of the world."
Ask us for an apartment near one of Florence's two railway stations from which you of course can take regional trains to cities such as Pisa, Arezzo and Livorno.