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How to Find the Best Hotels Around the Duomo, Florence

Everyone loves a visit to the Italian Renaissance city of Florence. Choosing hotels in the Duomo neighbourhood of Florence will put you right at the heart of this impressive city. The Gothic Duomo Cathedral with its magnificent dome, designed by Brunelleschi, is an iconic landmark. Florence is full of galleries and museums brimming with world class art treasures. The city, though, is also a great destination for opera, shopping and eating. At our website, Hotels.com, you can read trusted reviews about hotels around the Duomo, Florence. Look at the multiple pictures and photos of sample rooms and you will find it easy to pick your favourite. USe our filters to identify not just the perfect location, but als oensure your rooms come with all of the amenities you could need for your stay. Now you can plan the rest of your destination to this light-filled city.

What's the Area Around the Duomo Like?

Hotels around the Duomo, Florence, will put you in the heart of the city. Building started on Florence's Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, in the Piazza Duomo, in the 13th century. It wasn't actually finished, however, until the 19th century. The Cathedral is one of Florence's most visited attractions. Its exterior, covered in pink, white and green marble, is more decorative than the stark simplicity of the interior. Inside it is the intricate mosaic pavements which draw the eye. Look up to see the beautiful frescoes which line the cupola. You can admire these more closely if you climb the 463 steps to reach the top of the cupola. If you do, you will be rewarded with the best views across Florence. Also on the Piazza Duomo is the Baptistry, which pre-dates the cathedral. This octagonal building is stunning in the geometrical simplicity of its exterior decoration and the inside is breathtaking. Finish your trip to the Piazza Duomo with a visit to the Opera del Duomo Museum, where works from the Baptistry and Cathedral are preserved away from damage and pollution.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals Around the Duomo, Florence

Staying in hotels around the Duomo, Florence will also make it easy for you to explore other delights in the city, such as the Uffizi and the charming Ponte Vecchio. Or just spend time strolling through the back streets, the artisan Oltramo quarter or watching the locals shop in the busy Mercato Centrale. Relaxing and drinking in the Piazzo Santo Spirito takes you a step away from the tourist bustle. You will find plenty of local Florentines here, happy to help you practise your Italian. Once you know which neighbourhood you want to stay in, finding hotels is easy with Hotels.com's accurate maps. These pinpoint the exact locations of attractions and hotels in the city.