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View on Florence’s Cathedral: B&B La Dimora degli Angeli

12-01-2010 09:32 AM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

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View on Florence’s Cathedral: B&B La Dimora degli Angeli

Florence is an ancient, beautiful city where in every corner visitors can find a piece of history or an art masterpiece. The city center is rich in many famous and interesting museums (such as the Uffizi Gallery), monuments, squares, churches and also many shops and markets.

Close to the center, visitors will also easily reach the Arno River and walk on the several bridges which cross it, enjoying a wonderful view of the city. So, for totally enjoying a nice holiday in Florence, it would be better to book an accommodation placed in the very heart of the city, so that it will be easier to move throughout the city and visit the most important sights of the area.

For instance, La Dimora degli Angeli ( is a charming B&B in Florence which is placed in the very heart of the city, and offers its customers an amazing view of Florence’s Cathedral. As a matter of fact, this totally-new B&B in Florence offers six different rooms boasting of a wonderful view of the famous cathedral and Duomo Square.

Rooms are endowed with all sorts of services and are very comfortable and cozy, as well as the atmosphere of the B&B. The peculiar feature of this B&B is that each room has its own style, like a charming personality, with different furniture and colors, in order to meet any liking: Mediterranean, intriguing, classical, romantic…

In addition, this B&B is endowed with a tea room available to guests 24 hours a day at no extra charge.

Customers will have the opportunity to closely marvel at piazza San Giovanni, the Cathedral, Giotto’s bell tower and the Baptistery of St. John directly from their private rooms. An enchanting and comfortable shelter for tourists who wish to discover all the secret corners of an ancient and charming city like Florence, full of art, history and culture.

La Dimora degli Angeli’s staff is said to be very friendly, hearty and helpful with all its customers, as the reviews on Trivago and TripAdvisor show. In such a warm and welcoming environment, visitors will enjoy their well deserved rest and have their B&B a few steps from Florence’s treasures, the Renaissance buildings and palaces, the old narrow streets, the romantic bridges on the Arno River like Ponte Vecchio, the famous and large squares like Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza della Signoria.

In addition, such a B&B in Florence ( with view offers many useful services to its customers: reception, free wi-fi internet, elevator, tea room open 24/24 with tea, infusions, espresso coffee, American coffee, barley, biscuits, candies for free, museum reservations, restaurant reservations, town maps, air conditioning, personal shopping, private driver tours, parking, convention with city spa, pc mental, telephone.

More detailed information about this charming B&B in Florence are available on the website:

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