Photobash ? Quaint Neighborhood
Despite its small size, Florence has several distinct neighborhoods that vary in flavor and in how touristy they are, so your choice of where to stay will affect your experience. There is no single best neighborhood for tourists; the main attractions are in the city center, but other areas have their own highlights. The city is compact and the center is easily walkable even from districts further out.
Photobash – Quaint Neighborhood
Boboli & San Miniato al Monte are green neighborhoods south of the Arno. Between Santo Spirito and Piazzale Michelangelo, there are fewer attractions, though the Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens are nothing to sniff at. Quiet leafy streets, gardens, and villas rise uphill toward San Miniato and its beautiful church and monastery. You can find some lovely luxury hotels with pools here; accommodations tend to be larger here than those closer to the city center, ideal for families or friend groups.
Trastevere is the 13th district of Rome, located on the south side of the city on the west bank of the Tiber river. This quaint Roman district is set apart by its narrow streets lined by ancient buildings and houses. It is rich with cute residences, amazing street scenes, quiet bars, and hole-in-the-wall trattorias. The Piazza di Santa Maria is also one of the cutest piazzas in the city (I know I say that a lot, but I think this time I really mean it)
Situated in the center of Rome, the Amazing Piazza Venezia Suites is a just 65 meters from Piazza Venezia. Apartments are spacious with separate dining/ seating areas along with fully equipped kitchens. All include small furnished balconies, overlooking the quaint cobblestone street below. Apartments can cater for up to four guests. A free breakfast is included in all rates, which is situated at a nearby café.