The beautiful city of Florence is home to historical architecture and vibrant modern social spaces. Whether you’re spending a day in the city or staying a week, Florence is filled with so much rich culture and activities for you to do and see that you’ll wish you’d planned to stay longer. Put yourself right in the center of it all by staying at one of these stunning Florence Airbnb vacation rentals.
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If you want to get up close and personal with the Duomo, check out this Airbnb in Florence with amazing views of the city’s famous attraction. This chic apartment is in the heart of the city and has a spacious living room, a full kitchen, two spacious bedrooms, and two full bathrooms, but the gem of the apartment is the stunning outdoor space. The apartment’s outdoor space has a seating area with front-row views of the Duomo.
Sit back and relax at this luxury Airbnb in Florence. The penthouse is located on the sixth and seventh floors of a unique medieval tower. It features a spacious open living room, a full kitchen, and bedrooms. From the penthouse, you’ll have panoramic views of the Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio, Orsanmichele, Forte Belvedere, and San Miniato al Monte.
Wake up to Florence, Italy’s capital of Renaissance art, at this stunning Airbnb with a breakfast terrace and high-floor balcony. The view sweeps across the sunshine-hued buildings of Santa Croce Piazza toward the basilica containing Michelangelo and Galileo’s tombs. Staggered over multiple floors, the loft receives ample natural light and kids will be thrilled with the twin bedroom on the mezzanine.
Check out this 322-square-foot studio flat right in the heart of the city’s main tourist attractions. This cozy studio is on the first floor of a historical building right next to the Duomo of Firenze. The studio apartment features a kitchen, bed, dining area, and a private terrace with outdoor seating.
One of the best Florence Airbnbs for larger groups, this deluxe vacation home lodges up to ten guests with each room having its own bathroom – unusual in Italian rentals. Other rare features include air-conditioning, an elevator, and a washer-dryer combo. All guests must experience a soak in the freestanding tub in the attic. Situated on the riverside with a sun terrace, the Ponte Vecchio and Uffizi Gallery are right on the doorstep.
This Florence Airbnb with a terrace could be the perfect place for your Italy trip as the apartment is right in the center of town. This trendy Italian apartment is in a classically designed Florence building that represents the spirit of the city — straight down to the terrace, which is perfect for an afternoon drink. The apartment has a lovely living room, a fully equipped kitchen with all needed appliances, two bedrooms with full bathrooms, and of course, a terrace on which to relax and have a glass of wine.
Right on the cusp of central Florence, this 1970s-inspired “Villino” gives you a flavor for the Tuscan hills. Consisting of a lounge, full kitchen, and bedroom with an en suite bathroom, the tiny house is a comfortable size with all the amenities you expect from a traditional Airbnb. The cherry on the cake is the private hot tub in the yard and a pair of bikes provided by the host for getting to and from town.
After a day of craning your neck at sculptures and clambering up the Duomo, you can ease any aches and pains at this unique Airbnb in the Florence city center. The one-bedroom rental unit has its own spa with hydromassage jets, perfect for a couples’ vacation. Other perks include the compact kitchen with an induction cooktop, a plump couch, and an epic location steps from the museums.
If you’re looking for an Airbnb in Florence with a dose of renaissance style, then this apartment is for you. This renaissance apartment has many trinkets and treasures that embody the best of the city’s history, including artfully decorated living and cooking spaces that burst with color. The apartment features a colorful living room with an indoor fireplace, a day bed, and a TV, there is a full kitchen with florentine gothic decoration, a full bedroom, and two full bathrooms. This apartment is in the historic center of Florence, within walking distance of major attractions, and has views of the Duomo.
It’s a splurge but the Duomo view from one of Florence’s most beautiful Airbnbs will linger long after your Italy trip. Two doors down from the old home of Leonardo Da Vinci, the four-bedroom property was carefully restored without compromising original stonework and frescoes. Dressed with chandeliers and gold leaf furniture, the master suite overlooks the dome – best enjoyed while nursing a morning espresso from the DeLonghi coffee maker.
Eight guests, four bedrooms Price: $1,099 per night
Far more than a Florence crash pad, this single-room Airbnb in Oltrarno, the “other side of the Arno”, was put together with heart, soul, and attention to detail. Special touches include a king-size bed, a Smeg fridge, and a larger-than-normal shower. A stone’s throw from Ponte Vecchio and Santo Spirito, this snug studio rental is ideal for travelers flying solo.
Three guests, one bedroom (studio) Price: $75 per night
This Airbnb near the Duomo is the perfect location for visitors looking to visit all popular tourist attractions. This modern apartment is on the most famous street of Florence, a five-minute walk to the Duomo, and it features two double bedrooms, a living room with a sofa bed, a kitchen, and one bathroom. A night out on the town is not too far away as the apartment is near shops, restaurants, and the historic center of Florence.
This cozy renovated apartment is the perfect space for couples or solo travelers. The apartment has a large loft with a bedroom, a living room with a sofa bed, a spacious bathroom, and a well-equipped kitchen. There is a private terrace with a gorgeous view of the Duomo.
Here is an Airbnb in Florence near the train station, one that will give you the privacy and peace you need but without sacrificing convenience. This modern apartment is on the third floor and has an open and bright living area, a fully equipped kitchen, a lovely private bedroom, and a spacious private balcony. This apartment is centrally located and close to Santa Maria Novella.
Indulge yourself in this stunning Airbnb Florence apartment with an open and bright living area offering views of the piazza. Relax with the contemporary finishes and the antiques from the city’s markets. Cook up a meal in the full kitchen or take a night on the town as you’re located in the heart of the historic downtown area with a short walking distance to cafes, shops, and restaurants.
Just around the corner from the Piazza Santo Spirito, this Tuscan-style villa gives you that dolce vita lifestyle in Florence’s city center. The private yard with a dining area, shrubs, and vines is reason alone to book and is especially appealing if you’re traveling with kids or a furry friend in tow. The ground floor is reserved for an expansive living room and kitchen while the sleeping quarters occupy the upper floor.
Brace yourself for a daily climb of 88 steps to reach this old Florentine-style apartment on the top floor of a 17th-century townhouse. It all pays off; the roof terrace of this Airbnb near Santo Spirito gifts you with 360-degree views and sunsets you just can’t beat. Eclectically decorated with a quirky mezzanine bedroom and a giant fireplace to warm up a winter night, the place feels like a real home in Italy.
Rather than relying on its advantage as a Florence Airbnb near the train station, this two-bedroom apartment is beautifully outfitted with period furniture. The lovely kitchen is well-equipped with a stove, microwave, and that all-important Nespresso machine. The host family is super accommodating with kids so don’t be shy about requesting a crib or high chair. Despite the location, the rental is quiet at night.
This recently restored apartment features two bedrooms with double beds, a spacious living room area with a sofa bed, a kitchen, and a full bathroom. This apartment is in the historic center near the Piazza Santa Maria Novella, the train station, and more popular Florence attraction.
Sleep like a Florentine at this two-bedroom apartment with traditional terracotta floors and wooden beams in the historic center. The property has a simple kitchen with a breakfast bar overlooking the courtyard, and each room has its own TV – making it a nice pick for a duo of couples or pair of friends. Unlike the vast majority of rentals in Florence, the city of rooftops, this ground-level Santa Croce pad has step-free access.