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Authentic apartments in center of Florence (UNESCO World Heritage Site from 1982)


If you are planning on spending a few days in the historical center of Florence, get ready for a stay in our apartments which will exceed your expectations … we had YOU in mind when we furnished them … luxurious, but without excesses, and warmly modern.

"Windows on Florence Luxury Apartments" is ready to welcome you to the refined atmosphere of a typical Florentine historical palazzo (building), which boasts four separate and exquisite apartments equipped with the comforts of modern living and furnished with care and attention to detail. The apartments are an 18 minute walk from the main train station of Florence"Santa Maria Novella" and a short walking distance from main sites in the Florence historical center, such as the Basilica of Santa Croce and its Museum Complex, Casa Buonarroti (the historical home of Michelangelo), the Bargello Museum, the Badia Fiorentina Church, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (also known as the Florence Cathedral), Palazzo Pitti, Uffizi Gallery and Ponte Vecchio.

Discover our offers and surprises to enjoy during your weekends in the center of Florence. Our apartments are in an excellent central location, allowing you to quickly reach the city's major museums and tourist attractions.

Our property is located at Via del Crocifisso 2, corner of Via Ghibellina, in an ideal position for staying in downtown Florence. It's a beautiful cobbled street with the famous cobblestones, part of the Santa Croce area, in the heart of the historic center, where you can still breathe the atmosphere of ancient Florence with its artisan workshops, leather goods, the famous flea market, and the Sant'Ambrogio market.


Our apartments are all located within the same palazzo (building). They are perfect for families and groups of friends who want to share a vacation experience together.

Windows on Florence offers two apartments in the same building, each of which bears the name of a marvel of Florence.

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