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Comfy 1-bedroom apartment with balcony close to Firenze Santa Maria Novella station in Ponte alle Mosse
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Comfy 1-bedroom apartment with balcony close to Firenze Santa Maria Novella station in Ponte alle Mosse

From 26 Feb 2024

€1,100 /month
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Bright apartment with terrace, near Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore in Santa Croce
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Bright apartment with terrace, near Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore in Santa Croce

From 05 Mar 2024

€2,100 /month
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Cosy double bedroom apartment close to Piazza della Indipendenza in Ponte alle Mosse
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Cosy double bedroom apartment close to Piazza della Indipendenza in Ponte alle Mosse

From 24 Feb 2024

€1,800 €1,100 /month
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Charming 1-bedroom apartment near Accademia Italiana arte moda design Firenze in San Frediano
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Charming 1-bedroom apartment near Accademia Italiana arte moda design Firenze in San Frediano

From 26 Feb 2024

€1,700 /month
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Very appealing 1-bedroom flat in Statuto in Statuto
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Very appealing 1-bedroom flat in Statuto in Statuto

From 24 Feb 2024

€1,500 /month
Bills included
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1-bedroom apartment in Santa Croce
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

1-bedroom apartment in Santa Croce

From 24 Feb 2024

€1,600 €1,350 /month
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Cute 1-bedroom flat near the University Department of Agriculture and Technology in Ponte alle Mosse
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Cute 1-bedroom flat near the University Department of Agriculture and Technology in Ponte alle Mosse

From 24 Feb 2024

€2,000 /month
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Amazing 1-bedroom apartment near Giardino Corsini in Ponte alle Mosse
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Amazing 1-bedroom apartment near Giardino Corsini in Ponte alle Mosse

From 25 Feb 2024

€1,500 /month
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Delightful one-bedroom apartment a stone's throw from Piazza Santo Spirito in San Frediano
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Delightful one-bedroom apartment a stone's throw from Piazza Santo Spirito in San Frediano

From 09 Mar 2024

€1,815 /month
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Cute 1-bedroom flat near the University Department of Humanities in Statuto
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Cute 1-bedroom flat near the University Department of Humanities in Statuto

From 24 Feb 2024

€1,950 /month
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Pleasant apartment close to Stazione Santa Maria Novella in Ponte alle Mosse
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Pleasant apartment close to Stazione Santa Maria Novella in Ponte alle Mosse

From 24 Feb 2024

€2,200 /month
Bills included
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Charismatic 1-bedroom flat in San Frediano in San Frediano
Up to 3 people • 1 bedroom

Charismatic 1-bedroom flat in San Frediano in San Frediano

From 24 Feb 2024

€2,300 /month
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Gorgeous 1-bedroom apartment in the heart of Florence in Santa Croce
Up to 3 people • 1 bedroom

Gorgeous 1-bedroom apartment in the heart of Florence in Santa Croce

From 24 Feb 2024

€2,450 /month
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Typical one-bedroom apartment a few steps away from the university in San Lorenzo
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Typical one-bedroom apartment a few steps away from the university in San Lorenzo

From 04 Apr 2024

€1,400 €1,000 /month
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Pleasant 1-bedroom apartment near Goldoni Theatre in San Frediano
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Pleasant 1-bedroom apartment near Goldoni Theatre in San Frediano

From 03 Apr 2024

€2,000 €1,200 /month
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Beautiful apartment in the heart of Florence in Santa Maria Novella
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Beautiful apartment in the heart of Florence in Santa Maria Novella

From 01 Jun 2024

€1,100 /month
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Cute one-bedroom flat behind Piazza della Signoria in Duomo
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Cute one-bedroom flat behind Piazza della Signoria in Duomo

From 05 Jun 2024

€2,080 €1,200 /month
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Classic style one-bedroom apartment with sofa bed near Santa Maria Novella in Duomo
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Classic style one-bedroom apartment with sofa bed near Santa Maria Novella in Duomo

From 18 May 2024

€2,000 €1,100 /month
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Inviting one-bedroom flat close to LAO Jewellery School in San Frediano
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Inviting one-bedroom flat close to LAO Jewellery School in San Frediano

From 31 May 2024

€1,200 /month
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Pleasant 1-bedroom apartment in Santa Croce in Santa Croce
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Pleasant 1-bedroom apartment in Santa Croce in Santa Croce

From 21 Aug 2024

€1,300 €1,260 /month
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Alluring one-bedroom apartment near Cappella Brancacci in San Frediano
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Alluring one-bedroom apartment near Cappella Brancacci in San Frediano

From 08 Jun 2024

€1,350 /month
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Pretty one-bedroom loft close to the university in San Lorenzo
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Pretty one-bedroom loft close to the university in San Lorenzo

From 06 Aug 2024

€1,250 /month
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Cozy one-bedroom apartment near Santa Croce Cathedral in Santa Croce
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Cozy one-bedroom apartment near Santa Croce Cathedral in Santa Croce

From 26 May 2024

€1,300 /month
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Inviting one-bedroom flat close to the river bank in San Frediano
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Inviting one-bedroom flat close to the river bank in San Frediano

From 07 Jul 2024

€1,500 /month

Frequently asked questions about Florence

How Public Transportation works in Florence?

The best way to get around Florence is on foot. The city centre is not very large and is full of monuments and amazing things to see. The local transport companies are ATAF and LI-NEA. A ticket can be bought at newsstands, tobacconists, or any shop with an "ATAF" sticker in the window, and it is valid for 90 minutes. Always remember to validate your ticket by stamping it when boarding the bus.Learn more

Bucket list of things to do and see in Florence

Florence is considered one of the most beautiful and historically significant cities in the world, and is definitely worth visiting. It is known for its art, architecture, and Renaissance history. Some must-see attractions include the Duomo, Uffizi Gallery, and Ponte Vecchio bridge. It is also a great place to explore and experience the culture, food and wine of Tuscany.Learn more

How do I apply for a visa to stay in Florence?

Italy can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip to enter the Schengen zone.Learn more

Best neighbourhood to live in Florence

Some popular and highly-regarded neighborhoods in Florence include Oltrarno, charming, historic neighborhood on the south bank of the Arno River. Santa Croce, in the heart of Florence, is known for its beautiful churches and historic buildings, including the Basilica of Santa Croce. San Giovanni, known for its lively atmosphere and popular nightlife scene.Learn more

How to eat like a local in Florence?

Start your meal with a selection of local appetizers, such as prosciutto, salami, and cheeses. Florence is famous for its steak, particularly the bistecca alla fiorentina, a large, thick cut of steak cooked over an open flame. Try its delicious pasta dishes, such as pappardelle al sugo di cinghiale (wild boar ragu) or spaghetti alla carbonara.Learn more

Where can I study or work remotely in Florence?

There are many cafes in Florence that offer a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Several cafes in the city provide a relaxing and quiet environment for working and studying. Some even have special study areas or free Wi-Fi. Here is a list of outstanding cafes that we have created.Learn more

What is the average cost of living in Florence?

Florence is an average priced city by European standards, so it's not particularly cheap but it isn't expensive either. Luckily it can be a little more affordable than Rome and Venice. It can be much better value when it comes to accommodation and food, especially in the low and shoulder seasons. To have an idea of how much your utility bills can be, we recommend using Numbeo.Learn more