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Hotel Fiorino Florence

Welcome

Welcome to the Hotel Fiorino Florence, affordable and cosy 3 star hotel located in the very heart of the historical city center right beside one its most famous landmarks: the Uffizi Gallery. As you can see from our Location page, the Uffizi is located deep within the cobbled streets of Firenze's old town and also very close to the picturesque... More

Hotel Fiorino Florence

History

Being in the very heart of Florence's historical center means you'll never have to walk very far to see the city's most precious and beautiful treasures. Aside from the aforementioned Uffizi Gallery and the Ponte Vecchio, you'll also find the Palazzo Vecchio and the Cathedral Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore – the symbol of Florence, within ten minutes on foot.

Hotel Fiorino Florence

Rooms

Each room has WI-FI internet connection, flat screen sateliteTV with international channels such as BBC World. All rooms are air conditioned and have en suite private bathrooms with a hairdryer. Breakfast is complimentary also, and weather permitting, may be taken in our internal garden courtyard... More

Hotel Fiorino Florence

Location

The Uffizi Gallery was the first ever public art gallery, originally built simply to hold the extraordinary Renaissance collection of the Medici Family now it is considered one of the most important art collections in the world. Please see the hotel reception in order to organise tickets for the gallery and a tour guide... More

Hotel Fiorino Florence
Hotel Fiorino Florence
Hotel Fiorino Florence
Hotel Fiorino Florence
Hotel Fiorino Florence
Hotel Fiorino Florence
Hotel Fiorino Florence
Hotel Fiorino Florence
Location

Historical Location

The family run 3 star budget Hotel Fiorino Florence is located literally seconds from the entrance to the world famous Uffizi Gallery, as you can see from the interactive Google map to the left.

The Uffizi Gallery was the first ever public art gallery, originally built simply to hold the extraordinary collection of the Medici Family who ruled over the great republic of yesteryear, and presides probably the most precious collection of renaissance art in the world. The best part of the Uffizi Gallery however, is the stunning view from the top floor window of the picturesque River Arno and the Ponte Vecchio.

• Ponte Vecchio: 300m
• Palazzo Vecchio: 100m
• Il Duomo: 150m
• Uffizi Gallery: 100m
• Santa Croce: 300m