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Florence could be compared to a snowflake; it’s compact, but there’s an exquisite amount of detail in the art and architecture of this city. The historic centre is the main attraction in Florence, housing many Renaissance artworks, excellent restaurants and bars serving up fine Chianti wines. If you stay centrally you’ll be able to walk to and from attractions like the Uffizi Gallery to the Ponte Vecchio, but you can save money on cheaper hotels outside of Florence city centre.

The Historic Centre & The Old Town

‘Centro Storico’ was made into a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982, and it houses many of the city’s main cultural attractions like the Duomo, the Accademia Gallery, the Uffizi Gallery and the central food markets. You can find luxury hotels and beautiful boutique apartments in the historic centre, perfect for a romantic weekend away, but there are a few budget-friendly B&B’s too. The Piazza della Repubblica is lined with cafes and restaurants, and the whole area is well connected with buses.

Santa Maria Novella

Towards the west of the historic centre, you’ll find the square of Santa Maria, lined with theatres, restaurants and mid-range hotels. This area is also much closer to the train station and much of the city’s nightlife, so there are a few practically placed budget hotels and guesthouses in Santa Maria too. 

Santa Croce 

On the eastern side, Piazza Santa Croce goes back in time again with Roman ruins and Renaissance churches, but it’s a little cheaper than the centre. Guesthouses and hostels make this a traveller-friendly neighbourhood, but there are still luxury hotels lining the river.

Oltearno (across the river)

The Pitti Palace, Ponte Vecchio, Boboli Gardens and Italian nightlife on the other side of the river make it an attractive place to stay during holidays in Florence – perhaps made even more attractive by the smaller costs in comparison to the central side of the river. If you stay close to the river, you’ll be able to find recognized hotel chains and well as a few luxury options, but there are family run guesthouses and hostels further south too. 

Campo di Marte

This was originally built for Florence’s army in the 18th century, but now it houses affordable boutique and chain hotels. It’s quite a walk into the city centre, but it’s great if you need to make use of the sports facilities like the Nelson Mandela Forum.