Bed and breakfast florence in piazza signoria
Bed and Breakfast in Florence Piazza Signoria with a view to visit the splendid city centre
Palazzo Vecchio was built between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, ever since hosting the city government. It offers to visitors several areas particularly attractive, from the Tower of Arnolfo to the Salone dei Cinquecento and works by Michelangelo, Donatello and Verrocchio.
The Loggia dei Lanzi blends the classical and the Gothic in a structure built in ancient times to host the market and address the crowd, within which there are 15 statues, including the Perseus with the head of Medusa by Benvenuto Cellini.
A few metres divide our bed and breakfast in Florence centre from the Tribunale della Mercanzia (Merchants’ Court), created to settle the disputes between the different guilds, and since September 2011 the site of Gucci museums.
The sixteenth-century Palazzo Uguccioni is particularly appealing thanks to its original architectural choices, above all the facade columns in relief, each one unique in style. The Palazzo delle Assicurazioni Generali is a typical example of a fairly recent architecture recalling the early Renaissance, with shapes taking inspiration from those of Medici-Riccardi, Strozzi, and Gondi palaces.