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In the heart of Florence


At the foot of the Apennines and crossed by the Arno River, Florence has fascinated for centuries with its beauty, rich in art and culture. Every street or alley smells of history and its monuments, squares and museums always leave you breathless.

A timeless emotion

All the apartments are located in the city center, that grants you an unforgettable walk through the history. The city streets maintained their historic charm, and will make you feel like you are reliving the days of Renaissance splendor, like the great Florentine lords.

Amalia Apartments grants an excellent position to let you visit the historic center of Florence without stress.

In a few minutes you will be able to reach the main Florentine cultural places of interest: Galleria dell’Accademia, the Basilica di Santa Maria Novella Piazza Duomo, Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza della Signoria, Piazza Santa Croce, Ponte Vecchio, the Uffizi and much more.

Galleria dell’Accademia

Created by the Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo I in 1784 and is the museum that host the most of the Michelangelo’s sclupture in the world. The museum host mostly paintings from Florentine artists, dated between 1300 and 1600. From 2001, the museum includes the “Museo degli strumenti Musicali” that haves instruments from Stadivarius. All information on the visit could be find on the Galleria dell’Accademia website.

Florence on sunrise. View of Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Italy

Piazza del Duomo

One of the most iconic view in Florence is Piazza del Duomo. The Dome, the Giotto’s Campanile and the Baptistery of Saint John (Battistero di San Giovanni in Italian) are a perfect example of the gothic style.

Remain fascinated by the Brunelleschi’s Dome, at the time the biggest dome in world that remains the biggest dome constructed in masonry. The Giotto’s Campanile is another great example of architecture made in Florence. All the information to visit the buildings in Piazza del Duomo could be founded on the Opera del Duomo website.

When I feel depression coming on, I return to Florence to admire Brunellischi’s Dome: If the genius of man was capable of so much, then even I can and I must try to create, to act, to live.

Franco Zeffirelli