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Where to stay near Santa Maria Novella

Exploring Santa Maria Novella

From the moment you step out into bustling Piazza Santa Maria Novella, the first of Florence’s great basilicas comes into view. Cross the square to the Dominican Santa Maria Novella church and follow its cloisters south to Via degli Avelli towards the Old City where David and the Duomo await. Pass two museums on the way, which depart from Florence’s Renaissance theme and house modern art. Turn right to see Museo Marino Marini‘s equestrian sculptures, or left for Palazzo Strozzi’s contemporary exhibitions.


Accommodations near Santa Maria Novella

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Florence is the Centrale B&B, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Dependance Machiavelli in Florence as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Santa Maria Novella

- Santa Maria Novella Basilica and Museum


Visitors will immediately recognize the green and white marble facade of this Basilica dating back to the 13th and 15th century. The basilica, together with the adjacent cloister and chapterhouse house a great number of art treasures and funerary monuments, including frescoes by artists of Gothic and early Renaissance.


- Museo Marino Marini


As its name suggests, this museum houses the work by the Italian sculptor Marino Marini. The space itself is dedicated to events and exhibitions of contemporary artists, from the 20th century to the current day.


Transportation near Santa Maria Novella

Florence’s international airport is the main air arrivals hub for millions of visitors every year. Links with the city and its hotels are by taxi or bus, with a journey time of around 20 minutes. The ancient centre of the city is totally pedestrianised except for residents with driving permits, but is easy to access via bus or taxi. If you’re planning on staying adjacent to the district, exploring its wonders on foot is perfectly feasible.


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