Palace is built at 1520 . Build by famous Italian architect Baccio D'Angolo. Also Baccio D'Angolo built quite a lot churches bell tower. For example Santo Spirito 's bell tower, San Miniato's bell tower. 19 th century palace's yard and the front side been reintegrated. Yard redecorated for 16 th century's style. Best example is wall tab and lefts from that century. You can see this historical monument on our left handside of the flat. Via Maggio located on firenze's Otrarno section.(meaning of big street). Till 1200 this street used to get out of the other side of the big wall. At 1260 florance 's oldest wine producer family's start building first houses in Via Maggio. 14 th century the other big wealthy familys start moving to this area. Since than they start calling it big street, Via Maggiore. Via Maggio been more popular after the Medici 's family moved here from Palazzo Vecchio to Palazzo Pitti. Even now street still very popular, now calling it kortes street, you can still find some prestige antique shops on the entrance levels.
The apartment is located in the popular neighborhood "Oltrarno" which is full of antique shops, artisan workshops, boutique shopping and locally owned cafes & restaurants. All the major historic sites are within walking distance from the apartment.
The apartment is located on the second floor- without elevator. family. The apartment has two bedrooms, one with double bed and the second bedroom has two singles/or double bed. There are two bathrooms with shower. There is a fully equipped kitchen .
The palace is located within the ZTL zone of Florence which prohibits driving or parking without residency permits, however there are several garages nearby for nightly & weekly rates.
For the arrivals later than 20:00 o'clock 25 euro of late check in fee is applied.
Palace is built at 1520 . Build by famous Italian architect Baccio D'Angolo. Also Baccio D'Angolo built quite a lot churches bell tower. For example Santo Spirito 's bell tower, San Miniato's bell tower. 19 th century palace's yard and the front side been reintegrated. Yard redecorated for 16 th century's style. Best example is wall tab and lefts from ...Read more
The Oltrarno – “Across the Arno” is the artisans' neighborhood, still packed with workshops where craftspeople hand-carve furniture and hand-stitch leather gloves. It began as a working-class neighborhood to catch the overflow from the expanding medieval city on the Arno's opposite bank, but it also became a rather chic area for aristocrats to build palaces on the edge of the countryside. The largest of these, the Pitti Palace, later became the home of the grand dukes and today houses a set of museums second only to the Uffizi. Behind it spreads the landscaped baroque fantasies of the Boboli Gardens, Florence's best park. Masaccio's frescoes in Santa Maria della Carmine here were some of the most influential of the early ******** district is located to the south-east of the River Arno, with the Santo Spirito square and its beautiful church as the centre. The square was originally used by the Augustinian monks to give their sermons, to celebrate festivals and for all kinds of demonstrations. Nowadays it is home to the local market which is held every morning and with additional stalls for natural products and antiques on Sundays. In the summer months it also hosts a number of concerts and shows and is one of the liveliest squares in the district, with a very unique atmosphere of restaurants, different bars and a variety of night life. The square is also home to the Basilica of the same name, the work of Brunelleschi. Nearby is the Palazzo Guadagni (1505) which houses the Florence library on its ground floor. Further areas of interest include the Palazzo Pitti and the Boboli Gardens. The Palazzo Pitti is a remarkable renaissance building that was built by the Pitti family to rival the Medici family structure. Its interior is well worth a visit with some beautiful paintings including the works of Raffaello, Tiziano, Correggio, Rubens and Pietro da Cortona. Close at hand visitors can take a stroll through the Boboli gardens that were created as a park for the Pitti Palace, and are one of the greatest examples of Italian-style gardens, considered by many as an open-air museum. It is also an opportunity to visit one of the most surprising and strangest examples of Florentine architecture the Grotta Grande. To the west of the city, the Torquato Tasso square and the Carmine Church, is the famous location of one of the most famous renaissance works of art, the Capilla Brancacci, that was decorated by Masaccio and Masolino. Today the district of Isolotto is one of the greenest areas in Florence. It is a particularly young part of the city, especially in the west where its rural centre later grew into an industrial then a residential area. It boasts more modern architecture than the rest of the city and includes the new Florentine tram that leads directly to the city centre. A number of shopping centres are located in the area that is served by a very good public transport communication to the rest of the city.
The Oltrarno – “Across the Arno” is the artisans' neighborhood, still packed with workshops where craftspeople hand-carve furniture and hand-stitch leather gloves. It began as a working-class neighborhood to catch the overflow from the expanding medieval city on the Arno's opposite bank, but it a...read more
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