APARTMENT FLORENCE - PONTE VECCHIO - Via dei Velluti -# 103cFR
Comfortable apartment set walking distance from Santa Felicita and the Old Bridge, near transports that will allow you to reach the other parts of the city, near shops and restaurants.
30m2 studio apartment set on the ground floor is composed of :
With sofa, coffee table, TV, table and chairs, cupboard, AC, stairs leading to the loft, AC, large windows.
Fully equipped electric stove, electric stove, fridge and freezer, kettle, toaster, coffee maker, cupboards and utensils;
Open on the living room, with double bed, TV, AC;
With shower, washbasin, bidet, hair dryer, wc;
Independent heating, AC, TV, washing machine, internet WiFi, hair dryer, ground floor.
Located on the ground floor of a very historical building, The apartment has a comfortable open living room comprising a dining area with a table and chairs and a small but usefull kitchen, lounge area with a sofa, TV corner and dvd. The bedroom, cosy and compact, has a double bed LOCATE IN A MEZZANINE WITH CEILINGS NO HIGHER THAN ONE METER AND SEVENTY, a bit uncomfortable to stand up but friendly due to the windows that give light. the bathroom, simple and fresh in style, has a shower and bath tub. The apartment is also fitted with independent heating, wireless internet included.
Bright, cosy apartment just steps away from Palazzo Pitti and Ponte Vecchio.
The apartment is a lovely choice for couples who wish to find out what the authentic heart of medieval Florence has to offer, and lose themselves amongst the countless streets and alleys soaking up the ambience of their untouched, ancient splendour. In this neighbourhood you'll find shops that have remained unchanged over years, and restaurants, churches and monuments that will astonish you with their timeless beauty.
OLTRARNO AREA DESCRIPTION:
The name Oltrarno means “beyond the Arno” and this district along the south bank of the river presents a difference Florence. Quieter, greener, more relaxed, and with less traffic, it is one of the most rewarding areas where to stay in Florence.
Traditionally an artisans’ quarter Oltrano is still home of small workshops (particularly furniture stores and leather-workers) and Via di Maggio remains the focus of Florence’s thriving antiques trade. Then, 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, became the home of the grand dukes and today houses a set of museums second only to the Uffizi. Among the major sights, the Cappella Brancacci stands out for its fabulous fresco cycle and San Miniato counts among Tuscany’s finest Romanesque treasures. Here you can also discover the Boboli Gardens, Florence’s best park.
But to discover the true character of Florence, step into the side streets, brimful of tiny authentic restaurants and bars (like in Piazza Santo Spirito), antique shops and artisans’ studios.
|Space offered||Entire place|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine