The town of Fiesole is situated on a hill high about 300 meters above sea level, distant 6 kilometers from Florence, and it is a popular tourist destination for the beauty of the surrounding landscape and its historical and cultural treasures.

The center of the town is Piazza Mino da Fiesole, where there are the imposing Romanesque cathedral, the Palace Altoviti (now the Episcopal seminary), and the town hall. On one side of the main square, at the end of a short but steep climb, there is the Church of San Francesco.

Always near Piazza Mino, but heading north, you will find the entrance to the Roman Theatre. In addition to the theater, perfectly preserved, there are the remains of a necropolis, of the Roman baths and some other buildings of the late imperial era. The theater is the home of the summer musical theater season, known as Summer Fiesolana.

A few meters from the Roman Theatre there is the entrance of the Bandini Museum, which houses an important and extensive collection of ceramics by Della Robbia.

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Casa Edda Firenze

Via Baccio da Montelupo, 26 - Firenze
Tel: +39 335 5821694


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Casa Edda Firenze

Via Baccio da Montelupo, 26 50142 Firenze

The house is easily accessible, if you arrive by car from the A1 (E35) highway it is far 5 km from the exit "Firenze Nord" or "Scandicci". It is also close to the road FI-PI-LI, and just 3 Km from the airport.

GPS: Lat. 43°46’12”N — Long. 11°12’26”E


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