Aramis Rooms Florence

B&b Florence Aramis is located in the heart of the city. You will find it right in the San Lorenzo district, just 200 meters from the train station of Santa Maria Novella. From here the Duomo of Florence is just 2 minutes walking, and within another 2 minutes you will be in Piazza della Signoria and the Uffizi Gallery. Moreover, in the opposite direction you can arrive at the Fortezza da Basso in 5 minutes walking. The square of Piazza del Mercato Centrale is located just around the corner from b&b Florence Aramis. In the square you will find the very characteristic roofed market with all sorts of typical Tuscan products, local butchers selling meat from cattle raised in the region, fresh fruit and produce cultivated on Tuscan soil, delicious cheese and cold cuts from the culinary tradition of Tuscany.

Monday through Saturday the streets of the district are flooded with the kiosks of the San Lorenzo street market, a multicolor and multicultural place along the streets of Florence where you can find plenty of products typical of Florence, such as leather bags, elaborated paper works, and fashion items from dresses to accessories.

Needless to say, b&b Florence Aramis is located in the area where you will find some of the best restaurants of the city. One to recommend above all is the Trattoria da Mario located in Piazza del Mercato / Via Rosina. It is open only at lunch and here you will taste the best Florentine steak in the world.

Among all this you will find the rooms at Aramis. Each bedroom is elegant and finely furnished. They all include en suite bathroom, air conditioning, and heating. Among the amenities you will find a radio and a flat screen LCD TV. All bedrooms are located on the first floor of a historic palace in Florence provided with a private elevator. You will find the reception open from 9 AM until 8:30 PM, but you will be received outside these hours upon prior arrangements.

To reach b&b Florence Aramis you can easily take the shuttle bus from the airport to the train station of Santa Maria Novella, or else arrive directly at the train station, then walk 200 meters on Via Nazionale. If you have a car, you will find easy parking in one of the many parking lots nearby, although they might be quite expensive and Florence is best visited on foot or with public transportation.

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