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August in Florence? All closed for holidays? Stay calm and enjoy the city!

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Are you in Florence, in August, and think you have the wrong month for your vacation? You are wrong! There are many good reasons to spend the summer in the city, starting with the possibility to park easily and move around with your car with no traffic.
Florentines loves August holidays, so the city is free from the crowds and the lines for the museums are short or non-existent. Shopping malls never close, as well as downtown shops an boutiques. This year, more then 60% of food stores will remain open and all local markets will remain in operation.
To escape from the big the heat and lack of tan you can always make use of the communal swimming pools. You can choose from the swimming pool the Pavoniere, in the heart of the Cascine Park, the crowded pool Costoli (reduced price for those arriving after lunch), and the less crowded pool Bellariva.
Pavoniere are in the Cascine Park, they were fully renovated in 2012. The pool is connected to a nice restaurant and a cocktail bar, in an elegant and refined atmosphere. The place is also ideal for a nice ‘aperitivo’.
If you are looking just for tan catching, a real good place is the Arno Beach, near S. Niccolò. A nice beach, well maintained, with a cocktail bar: a true guarantee place for relaxing after a sunny day in Florence.
Only in August, you can visit every day, the Torre di Arnolfo and Torre di San Niccolò, a great occasion to admire the city from a breathtaking perspective. Tuscan Feeling has many apartments in the area, and is an opportunity not to be missed.
During the month of August, Tuscan Feeling suggest you try the experience of renting an apartment in San Frediano or near S. Croce, in the deep heart of Florence.

Apt. LA TIPOGRAFIA – 100 m2 – 1st floor (without elevator) – for 4 persons


La Tipografia

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Apt. AUREA – 140 m2 – 2nd floor (without elevator) – for 6 persons



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4 wonderful places in Florence away from the tourist crowds!

San FredianoAre you thinking to rent or to buy an apartment in Florence? Need some suggestions? Would you like to see the city of Michelangelo from a different and more unusual perspective? Here is a selection of four wonderful places away from the tourist crowds of Florence, where we suggest you to buy or to rent an apartment with Tuscan Feeling!

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Fashion victims in Florence!

gucci-florenceNames such as Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael bring to your mind only the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? For you Dante & Boccaccio are simply lesser-known stylists than Dolce & Gabbana? Gucci or Prada will make you want to go shopping?

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Discover Florence by its typical market!

mercato-centraleOne of the best way, especially if you rent an apartment, to discover Florence is to take a walk in its wonderful and colorful markets. It’s an incredible experience and it costs nothing (unless you let groped)! The Florentine markets are the most typical thing that you can find in town, because they are essentially frequented by the Florentines themselves. Keep in mind that, if you live in a rented apartment, the best thing for you is buying your meals in one of these markets. The quality of food and great prices make them the best choice in town!

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Homecooking in Florence. What a wonderful experience!

tuscan-cuisineHave you ever thought that living in an apartment in Florence, can give you the opportunity to have a well-equipped kitchen where you can try all the local recipes? Read More

Student in Florence? Why don’t you try to live in a florentine’s own apartment?

Lungarno-UffiziEveryone knows the beauties and treasures of Florence. Yet when you live there, the experience can vary from person to person. Living in Florence has it benefits and drawbacks, but what matter is your well-being!

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Santa Croce: The right place for a winning real estate investment in Florence

Santa CroceDante Alighieri, from its wonderful marble pedestal, grimly observes the comings and goings of the Florentines and tourists. Whether it rains or it’s a beautiful sunny day, his gaze seems to follow anyone steps from the beautiful Piazza Santa Croce.

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The other side of Florence

Oltrarno-piazza-santo-spiritoOltrarno! Someone call it the ‘Other side of Florence’.

There’s something true. It’s the popular side of the Renaissance capital, the place where the tradition is still alive. The place where you can find craftsmen and artists still working in their dusty shops. Oltrarno  is also one of the most picturesque corners of the Tuscan capital; passional and charming. If you are going to visit Florence, do not miss that corner beyond the river Arno.

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The perfect investment: an apartment in Florence! Which tips for winning rentals?


Today, with the Italian market’s recent real estate crisis, purchasing an apartment in Florence it’s an investment within the reach of all! The average cost of an apartment in Florence is around Euro 3000/per sqm, although in the historical centre apartments can cost a little more, but they’re a great investment for earning money. In fact, out of approx. 6,200 ads for sale in the city of Florence, it turns out, that in some areas such as Oltrarno an apartment can costs Euro 4,000-4,500/per sqm, but the value of these properties is expected to grow 5%/per year. Also, if you are willing to rent your apartment to tourists, you can expect to earn more than Euro 10,000–15,000/per year, depending from your apartment.

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