Bed & Breakfast Novecento
B&B in Florence Historical Center
The Bed and Breakfast Novecento is located inside an historical building in the center of Florence just 2 steps from the Dome.
The B&B has 4 charming and comfortable bedrooms, all of them with private bathroom. The rooms are furnished in Tuscan style with some "exotic touch". They are all equipped with air conditioned and frigobar.
There is a small living room where continental breakfast is served by Franco real "Tuscan guy" and Sawako Japanese lady.
At the upper floor you find a lovely terrace from where you can "touch" The Brunelleschi Dome and the Giotto Bell Tower.
The Accademia Museum where you can visit the statue of David, Michelangelo masterpiece, is situated next door.
Close to us boutiques, artisans shops, restaurants and bars (some of them provide special treatments for our guests).
The B and B is situated in a strategic position : it is easy to reach the "Fortezza da Basso" where congresses, events and faires are usually held. Five minutes walking from the railway station Santa Maria Novella. It will be possible for you to book guided Tours in English or French. Our guide a true Florentine Lady will make you discover the city and the nearby with her enthusiasm.
Franco's behavior and the Oriental kindness of Sawako will make you live an unforgettable staying!
We are looking forward to hosting you here soon!
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Luxury and Elegance. French porcelain at court and the Manifattura Ginori (1800 - 1830)
Located in the eighteenth-century Casino del Cavaliere (literally: the knight’s little house) in the Boboli Gardens, the Porcelain Museum is now forty years old: this is an important birthday for the Museum that collects porcelain tableware of all the Florentine ruling families and it is celebrated with an exhibition.