13th century stone staircase leads up to a lovely flat in the heart of Florence, just 30mt from Via Tornabuoni and 8 minutes walk from the train station.
Entrance on one of the squares where Ron Howard and Tom Hanks filmed Dan Brown's "Inferno".
Other things to note
The 13th century stone staircase leads up to my flat at the second floor. Usually there is no lift in old Florentine buildings.
The house is ventilated and never too hot, in any case there is a fan to move freely in every room available for the guests
From October 1st 2014 the City of Florence has extended the tourism city tax to the vacation home rental. The due tax of 2.50 euros per person per night is applied for a maximum of 7 nights stay. The city tax has to be paid upon check-in.
Born and raised in Florence, I love travelling but I am always happy to come back home and when I see the Arno river I feel safe.
I work for a press office and PR office where we also organize contemporary art exhibitions for Italian and foreign artists around the world!