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Florence City  -  27  properties

Santa Croce  - 15
Oltrarno  - 7
Duomo  - 5

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A city of many layers, Florence is at once an over-run tourist magnet and a living, breathing medieval city that is home to proud Florentines. Stomping ground of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Dante, and Machiavelli, its cultural importance can't be overstated. It is home to three of the world's most renowned museums: the Uffizi, L'Accademia, and the Bargello, and boasts an incredible number of important churches, which house equally important master works. Sights such as the Ponte Vecchio, the Boboli Gardens, the Pitti Palace, and Giotto's duomo are but a few of the city's many offerings. A walker's city, the center of Florence is a compact labyrinth of alleys and piazze. Comfortable shoes are a must! Rent your own Florence apartment in the historic center to explore the myriad shops, museums and charming restaurants. You will return from your busy day to the quiet and calm of your own apartment where a refreshing glass of wine will help you relive the adventures of your day.

Santa Croce  -  [ Matches:  15 Villas and Houses For Rent]

Mecca for art history buffs, Santa Croce is home to the Uffizi Gallery, which houses a mind boggling array of works by such artists as Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Bacchus, Botticelli, Raphael, Giotto, and many more. The Ponte Vecchio is also not to be missed while enjoying a Florence rental apartment. Famous for its jewelry and antique shops, the bridge offers no end of temptation---particularly for those of us with a thing for gold. A tourist destination in the hopping summer months, the Ponte Vecchio is at its most sublimely beautiful at Christmas: a red carpet stretches the length of the bridge, and lights twinkle overhead.

Oltrarno  -  [ Matches:  7 Villas and Houses For Rent]

A decidedly Old World zone, Oltrarno includes a maze of tiny streets. It's home to delightful restaurants serving the best of Tuscan cucina povera, restoration studios, and interesting shops. Santo Spirito, with its uniquely simple facade, and the Palazzo Pitti (former home of the Medicis) are also highlights of the area. Santo Spirito, designed by Brunelleschi in 1435, is uniquely adorned with 38 side altars graced by art from the 15th and 16th centuries. The Palazzo Pitti is an enormous complex with a façade also designed by Brunelleschi. Its Palatine Gallery houses an art collection that rivals that of the Uffizi. It includes, among others, Raphael's “Madonna of the Chair” and his “Veiled Woman”.

Duomo  -  [ Matches:  5 Villas and Houses For Rent]

To experience this art-rich neighborhood, it's best to walk out your Florence rental apartment and just meander. Almost everywhere you look---from Piazza Antinori to San Lorenzo---there is something dazzling to behold. Dominating the center of this zone is the spectacular Santa Maria del Fiore. At the time of their completion, the church and its world-famous dome established Renaissance architecture, and Brunelleschi, as a force. While exploring the tiny streets off the piazza you can almost imagine what Florence must have been like in Dante's time. Whether you're a history buff or power shopper, gelato aficionado or daydreamer, this area has it all.