19 - 20 June
2 - 6 July
2 people: 2 nights - 176 euro
3 people: 2 nights - 216 euro
28 July - 31 Aug
2 people: 2 nights - 160 euro
3 people: 2 nights - 192 euro
2 people: 3 nights - 225 euro
3 people: 3 nights - 264 euro
1 Nov - 22 Dec
2 people: 2 nights - 156 euro
3 people: 2 nights - 279 euro
2 people: 3 nights - 216 euro
3 people: 3 nights - 252 euro
Breakfast and VAT
included in all prices
NOT included in the prices
3,0 euros per person per night
Gianna's is a one-room B & B on the second floor of a 14th century building situated at the
northern end of Florence's historical centre.
Unfortunately, there is NO LIFT: however the 34 stairs are divided into four flights and, by
Florentine standards at least, are not steep!
Gianna's B & B is close to the Academy Art gallery (home to Michelangelo's statue of David), St Mark's Museum, the central San Lorenzo
market and the Fortezza da Basso exhibition and trade-fair centre. The main railway station
(Firenze Santa Maria Novella) is a fifteen-minute walk, the Cathedral a ten-minute walk.
For other places of interest close by
Our objective is to make your stay with us in Florence a memorable one. We are happy to book visits to the Academy and Uffizi art galleries for you (we make the bookings free of charge but the galleries will charge you a booking fee of 4.00 euros per person per booking when you buy your tickets). Please note that both galleries are closed on Mondays and that it is advisable to book in advance for visits in April - June and September-October.
If you are staying for 3 days or more we strongly advise buying a FIRENZE CARD. This card costs 72 euro per person and provides free access to 72 museums, churches and art galleries as well as free public transport. The FIRENZE CARD lasts for 72 hours..
Tickets can be bought on-line or at the outlets listed on the web-site (click BUY on the home-page and then click sales points for a list of the outlets and their addresses).
If you are staying longer or plan to return to Florence in the same calendar year the Friends of the Uffizi card might suit you better: