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Best time to take a vacation to Florence
Best Time to Go
For those who do not mind being a little chilly, January and February are months when Florence is less crowded and travel fare is much cheaper. Spring and fall would the best time to visit, when temperatures are much more tolerable and the excitement in all of these places is at its highest. Being in a Mediterranean climate, Florence’s weather can get quite hot in the summer months, hovering in the 80s.
Insider tips for Florence travel
Italian Cooking Class
Learn to cook a delicious four-course meal at a private residence at the Small-Group Italian cooking class.
Popular among locals, Trattoria Sabatino is one of Italy's most affordable restaurants.
Jazz Club Piano Bar
The Jazz Club Piano Bar in Florence may not be as authentic as New Orleans, but it does feature quality music that is sure to please anyone looking for a good time.
Amon offers the best kabobs in the city, while llLatini is famous for its rabbit.
Piansa is a local favorite among Florence coffee shops known for its fair prices and homemade coffee.
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Florence Vacation Packages
Via San Antonino 24 Map
WI-FI Internet access + laptop for free
Contemporary style, down-home comfort in Historic City CenterContemporary styling meets down-home comfort in this centrally located hotel just steps away from the Church of Saint Laurence. A professional, attentive staff welcomes guests with an intimacy and restrained... More
Firenze Number Nine, located in the centre Florence, famous world-wide as the jewel of the Renaissance, is a unique hotel in terms of attention to detail and warm hospitality. It sits adjacent to the Medici Chapels, a few steps from the Cathedral, the Ponte Vecchio and... More
Borgo San Jacopo, 3 Map
Stay 3 nights and get 10% off
Refined, historic hotel in coveted location In a 13th-century building incorporating stones from the Ponte Vecchio, the elegant Pitti Palace hotel offers refined accommodations and the advantage of one of the city's most coveted locations. Enjoy easy walking distance to... More
Via Calzaiuoli, 6 (Piazza della Signoria) Map
Stay 3 Nights or More & Save
Refined accommodations with great views over Florentine landmarksCalzaiuoli Hotel is located in an area of Florence that is particularly rich in history and culture, and is just moments away from the Palazzo Vecchio and the Duomo. The hotel makes an excellent base for... More
Traditional Florentine style in a 14th-century palace near attractions The Machiavelli Palace Hotel Florence is located in a 14th-century palace, just a short walk from the main train station. This superior three-star property serves as an ideal base from which to... More
Via dei Pucci, 9 Map
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Intimate, boutique hotel steps from the DuomoWith just twelve rooms, the Residenza dei Pucci Hotel Florence is an intimate, boutique Florence hotel strategically located for guests to access all of Florence's major sites quickly and easily. The 19th century building's... More
Via Nazionale, 14 Map
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Personalized service, typical Tuscan style in a 19th century palazzoThe Corona D'Italia Hotel Florence is a bright, spacious hotel that's ideally set in the heart of central Florence. The hotel deftly combines modern elegance with typical Tuscan style. Rooms are bright... More
Via Porta Rossa,19 Map
Buffet Breakfast, Free WI-FI, Late Checkout
Historical elegance in FlorenceThe NH Porta Rossa Hotel was build in the 12th century and maintains the elegant architecture for which Florence is so famous. The beautiful entrance gives way to the magnificent interior. The staff at the NH Porta Rossa Hotel is attentive... More
Room Mate Luca is a modern design hotel renovated in 2013, located in a neoclassical palace of 1865 right in the historic center of Florence within a 2 min. walk from Piazza San Marco and its famous David by Miguel angel. all rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV with... More
Hotel Martelli Florence is located on Via Panzani, the main road leading from Santa Maria Novella to the awesome Duomo di Firenze. All of the 53 luxurious and spacious guestrooms at the Florence Hotel Martelli have undergone refurbishment in recent years. More
*Savings based on Flight + Hotel vacation package bookings of 5 or more nights with individual calculable components on www.orbitz.com from January 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates, and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.
The birthplace of the Renaissance still welcomes thousands of travelers from all over the world to its cobblestone streets, famous museums, and world-renowned restaurants. For those seeking the light, the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore features the largest brick dome ever constructed and is the main church of the city, seen from all over. The Ponte Vecchio is the city’s only surviving bridge from the Medieval period, still lined with seemingly floating establishments selling precious gifts. Florence is certainly one of Italy’s most popular travel destinations, with many splendid gardens, courtyards, and gallery after gallery of classic art. The capital of Tuscany balances its overflowing historic centers with epicenters of contemporary fashion and has the distinction of being one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Academia di Belle Arti
The statue of David at the Academia di Belle Arti is a must-see—Michelangelo’s most recognizable creation.
Giotto's Campanile is a popular with visitors, climb up the tower to see the fantastic views from the observation decks.
The Medieval Basilica di San Miniato al Monte
The Medieval Basilica di San Miniato al Monte sits atop one of the highest points in Florence.
The Opera at Mark's Anglican Church provides opera lovers with fantastic presentations.
Piazza della Signoriais
For those looking to view some of the world's best collection of sixteenth century sculptures, the Piazza della Signoriais a top Florence travel destination.
Museo di San Marco
Museo di San Marco is home to Florence's largest sacred art collection and a definite highlight of a gallery tour.
The Baptistry is one of Florence's oldest buildings. Built in the eleventh century, this popular building attracts visitors through its bronze doors.
The Basilica di Santa Croce
The Basilica di Santa Croce is the largest Franciscan Church in Italy and the home of funerary monuments for famous Florentines.
The Boboli Gardens
The Boboli Gardens behind the Pitti Palace is one of the most elegant official state gardens you will ever see, with some Roman statues to boot.
The Planetarium in Florence is popular with both adults and children as it features a plethora of astronomical reproductions.