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Locanda Orchidea

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1.1km from city centre - Show on Map
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No rating 19
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Family run guesthouse, close to the Duomo (cathedral). Totally restored in 2016, will make you feel at home and can help you out with any kind of problem.
All rooms furnished with private en-suite b... More...

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Locanda dei Guelfi

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 4
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

The 'Locanda dei Guelfi' it's a comfortable and agreeable place: there are nice bedrooms, all with a private bathroom, precious furniture in style, with elegant tapestries.... More...

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Maison de Charme

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1.1km from city centre - Show on Map
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No rating 14
Free WiFi

Maison de Charme is a new, charming and confortable B&B in the heart of Florence. It is few steps from Santa Maria Novella, the central train station and from all buses stops!! You can't find a be... More...

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Hotel Collodi Firenze

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1.2km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free Breakfast

Hotel Collodi is a lovely little inn located in the historical centre of Florence...... More...

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Gate of Paradise Florence

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1.5km from city centre - Show on Map
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Even though it’s the ultimate Renaissance city, Florence can offer you way more than just art and museums. The capital of Tuscany, situated in the centre of Italy, has something for everyone, whether you want to party all night long, sip espressos in hipster cafés or wander between the suggestive sculptures of Piazza della Signoria.

Hostels in Florence are perfect for any kind of budget and very close to the city centre. The best hostels in Florence have swimming pools, bars, free breakfast, and rooftops! They also organize all kind of events, from live music shows to parachute launches, you cannot get bored in these hostels.

If you’re visiting Florence for the art, your best bet is to stay in one of the many hostels close to the city centre, and, especially, to the church of Santa Maria Novella, where every day you can join free walking tours in English. You will be able to explore the Historic Centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can find all the best attractions, from Piazza del Duomo to the Uffizi Gallery, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio. Art in Florence is not only from the Renaissance. In every corner of the hipster neighbourhood of the Oltrarno - literally beyond the Arno, which is the river that runs through Florence - you can find any kind of street art by artists like Clet and Bulb, and hostels that reflect the young vibe of the area. Here you will have the opportunity to drink coffee in an ex-prison and to dance all night.

Even if you’re on a budget, Florence has something for you. You can stay in beautiful hostels and do one of the many cheap things the city has to offer, like admiring the view from Piazzale Michelangelo or taking pictures in the stunning Rose Garden. Food is cheap too, and between the famous Fiorentina steak and the Ribollita, you will never be hungry in Florence. At the end of the day, you are there to look at Michelangelo’s David, not to look like it. Would you ever say that the home to some of the best Italian artists is now hosting one of the biggest electronic music festivals in Italy? We are talking about the Nextech festival, that has been going on since 2006. In Florence, you never know what to expect.

Florence is a relatively small city and all the best attractions are close to each other, so it is easy to explore by foot. If you want to take the lazy route, then you can move around by bus and, if you’re one for one stop shops, you can get the Florence+ card for 90 euros that will give you priority access to every museum for 72 hours and it includes public transport tickets.

We have 95 hostels in Florence with an average rating of 8.6 based on 90,594 reviews 95 of 95 properties available in Florence

About Florence

Even though it’s the ultimate Renaissance city, Florence can offer you way more than just art and museums. The capital of Tuscany, situated in the centre of Italy, has something for everyone, whether you want to party all night long, sip espressos in hipster cafés or wander between the suggestive sculptures of Piazza della Signoria.

Hostels in Florence are perfect for any kind of budget and very close to the city centre. The best hostels in Florence have swimming pools, bars, free breakfast, and rooftops! They also organize all kind of events, from live music shows to parachute launches, you cannot get bored in these hostels.

If you’re visiting Florence for the art, your best bet is to stay in one of the many hostels close to the city centre, and, especially, to the church of Santa Maria Novella, where every day you can join free walking tours in English. You will be able to explore the Historic Centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can find all the best attractions, from Piazza del Duomo to the Uffizi Gallery, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio. Art in Florence is not only from the Renaissance. In every corner of the hipster neighbourhood of the Oltrarno - literally beyond the Arno, which is the river that runs through Florence - you can find any kind of street art by artists like Clet and Bulb, and hostels that reflect the young vibe of the area. Here you will have the opportunity to drink coffee in an ex-prison and to dance all night.

Even if you’re on a budget, Florence has something for you. You can stay in beautiful hostels and do one of the many cheap things the city has to offer, like admiring the view from Piazzale Michelangelo or taking pictures in the stunning Rose Garden. Food is cheap too, and between the famous Fiorentina steak and the Ribollita, you will never be hungry in Florence. At the end of the day, you are there to look at Michelangelo’s David, not to look like it. Would you ever say that the home to some of the best Italian artists is now hosting one of the biggest electronic music festivals in Italy? We are talking about the Nextech festival, that has been going on since 2006. In Florence, you never know what to expect.

Florence is a relatively small city and all the best attractions are close to each other, so it is easy to explore by foot. If you want to take the lazy route, then you can move around by bus and, if you’re one for one stop shops, you can get the Florence+ card for 90 euros that will give you priority access to every museum for 72 hours and it includes public transport tickets.