Welcome to EuroCheapo's guide to cheap hotels in Florence and throughout Europe.
Florence is an interesting city for budget travelers. While thousands flock daily to the city’s picture-perfect streets and Renaissance sights (making it at times a bit overwhelming), the city still offers a number of small budget hotels and B&Bs that exude local flavor at surprisingly affordable rates. That's where we come in...
Find the perfect affordable hotel
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• Click through to see a list of our recommended budget hotels. (Rest assured that all of our "Editor's Picks" are central, clean and cheap. Bonus points if they have a little pizzazz in their piazza.)
For American tourists heading to Eurozone countries, the news just keeps getting better. When I wrote this piece celebrating the strong dollar back in January, the euro had stumbled to $1.17 for one dollar, the lowest it ... read
Looking for something quick and cheap to fill you up while sightseeing in Florence? Local meats, cheese and fresh veggies stuffed into salty, crunchy bread make panini a perfect choice. A great panino will be made with f ... read
Do you have a taste for the unconventional when you travel? Does the predictability of a chain hotel leave you cold in your bed? If you’re looking to book a hotel that has a healthy dose of personality, or perhaps is e ... read
The Hotel Dali, located a few minutes’ walk from the Duomo in central Florence, has been a EuroCheapo favorite for more than 10 years. When we first visited the Dali, Marco and Samanta, the hotel’s husband an ... read
Between the Tuscan wine, chic clothing and world-class museums, your trip budget in Florence can really add up. While there are some things you can’t avoid shelling out for (your hotel, flight, etc.), there are ... read
We'll help you navigate transportation between Florence and its two proximate airports: near-by Amerigo Vespucci Airport and Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa. We'll also explain why getting in from the train station is an absolute snap.
EuroCheapo Review: We adore the Johanna I, a splurge-worthy B&B situated in a lavish 19th-century palazzo, with wide corridors and high ceilings, in a quiet residential neighborhood near the Accademia.... read review
EuroCheapo Review: This one-star hotel is home to nine modest rooms with charmingly mismatched furniture. It's situated on an ancient palazzo, which served as a private residence for bishops during the 16th century.... read review