The bed and breakfast 'A Florence View' is located in Florence in the Dome Square - A very nice solution and a valid alternative to expensive Hotels.
A Florence View bed and breakfast Florence

Bed and Breakfast in Florence with a view

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Absolute charm and wonderful location for you stay in Florence, Tuscany

A Florence View bed and breakfast is in Piazza Duomo (Dome Square), just in the heart of Florence with a lovely view facing the Battistero (Baptistery), Giotto's Bell Tower, Brunelleschi's Dome and the splendid facade of 'Santa Maria in Fiore', A Florence View is a lovely Florence Bed and Breakfast which offers its guests a charming atmosphere in a truly enviable position. Rooms with breathtaking views of the splendors of this fantastic city and all mod cons to ensure your stay in Florence is an unforgettable experience. If you are looking for a nice accommodation, Florence offers many solutions, but this one has something special. The bed & breakfast is also extremely easy to be reached from Santa Maria Novella train station. With a 10 minutes walk you reach the lodging. From the b&b you reach Signoria Square, the Old Bridge, the Uffizi Gallery in less than 10 minutes with a nice and relaxing walk. The rooms at A Florence View bed and breakfast are all equipped with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and comfy king size beds. "A Florence View" is an accommodation in Florence with a fantastic location at the right price.

Tel.: (+39) 06 77250543 (10 AM - 2 PM Italian Time) - e-mail:

A Florence View bed and breakfast Florence, Italy - Piazza San Giovanni (Dome Square)

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"Florentia", the florid, was the name given by the Romans to this small settlement located at the foot of the ancient Etruscan Fiesole and founded in the first century BC. The Etruscans, an ancient and mysterious race, of whom we know very little, but who left numerous testimonies around about Florence, had settled on the hills surrounding the plain of the river Arno as far back as the VII-VI centuries BC. At first erected as a Roman "castrum", Florentia soon assumed the appearance of a real town with a Forum (now Piazza della Repubblica), thermal baths (via delle Terme), and amphitheater (via T?ta). Then the period of the decline of the Empire arrived , with the political fragmentation from which the feudal system sprang up. The town, constituted as a Commune at the beginning of the twelfth century, began to expand until it spread over half of Arno valley and surrounding hillsides. Despite the internal struggles, first between rival families and then between the Guelfs (loyal to the Pope) and the Ghibellines (loyal to the Emperor), from the thirteenth century onwards it began to flourish as a city of art, culture and international trading, reaching its zenith in the fifteenth century under the Signoria of Cosimo and Lorenzo de? Medici. After Lorenzo?s death in 1492, Florence witnessed a long period of wars that led to the end of the Florentine Republic and saw the birth of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany, ruled first by a younger branch of the Medici family and following, by the Hapsburg-Lorena family. Despite alternating events the Grand Duchy survived up until the political unification of Italy, of which Florence was capital from 1865 to 1871. This marked the beginning of a profound restructuring of the city that led to the knocking down of the walls and the erasing of several ancient quarters in the center that endowed Florence with its present-day appearance.

A Florence View bed and breakfast Florence.
Accommodation with a view in the Dome Square
Tel: (+39) 06 77250543 (from 10:00 am to 2 pm Italian time)
Address: Piazza San Giovanni 2 (Dome Square) - 50129 - Florence, Italy

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