TOURIST TAX € 2,50 per DAY (until 7 days) per Person (defined by Italian LAW) The apartment “Casa da Vinci” is located in the heart of Florence in a typical Florentine palazzo which was once home to a well-known grammar school. In 2005 it was refurbished into elegant apartments, while retaining its original character. The bath with whirlpool function, the high ceilings (4.60 m), the completely modern heating system as well as the high-quality parquet flooring all reflect the upmarket interior.
The one-room apartment “Casa da Vinci” is 40 square metres. In the entrance area there is a small coat rack. A comfortable, pull-out sofa bed and a modern LCD TV with radio in the living room are separated from the sleeping area by a bookshelf. The sleeping area is equipped with a double bed, two night tables, a large mirror as well as a spacious wardrobe. The high-quality bathroom has a wash basin, a mirror, a bidet, a bath with whirlpool function, a toilet, a washing machine and a radiator. The open-plan kitchen is fully equipped (see below); a dining table and 4 chairs are also part of the furnishings. On the balcony there is a table, two chairs and a sunshade.
Entrance and living room area: small coat rack, LCD TV + radio, sofa bed.
Sleeping area: double bed (good mattress quality), spacious wardrobe, night tables, armchair and bookshelf with English, German and Italian books.
Dining area: dining table with 4 chairs, dishwasher, cooker, oven, refrigerator, deep freezer, microwave, espresso coffee machine, kettle, cutlery, plates, glasses, etc.
Bathroom: bath with whirlpool function, toilet, bidet, mirror, hairdryer, washing machine.
Balcony: table with chairs, sunshade.
Air conditioning, heating, natural gas, solid burglar-proof front door
Interaction with guests
This folder compiled by me is always received with great enthusiasm by our guests. There you will find valuable information and insider tips on the town, on various transport means (where to buy a ticket and how much it costs, for example), taxis (how do I order a taxi to the airport; what does it cost?), culinary matters (where can I find the best lasagne and other typically Tuscan dishes?), bicycle and car hire ... and, last but not least, practical tips such as “What should I absolutely avoid as a tourist in Florence?”
Other things to note
You arrange your arrival time with me; my sister, Lucia, will be there to welcome you locally. When she hands over the keys, she will instruct you on the use of the various electrical devices and is available to answer any open questions.
From 1 July 2011 the City of Florence by resolution of the City Council No. 230/33 of 06.20.2011, integrated by resolution No. 21/2011, has established the tourist tax. The tax rate for this tourist structure is 2.50 euro per person per night.