Prestigia Rooms is located in Via Roma 4, boasting a central and therefore strategic position. It is just 50 meters (160 feet) from both Piazza della Repubblica and the Duomo of Florence. Once you are in the Piazza del Duomo, you will find The Bargello, the important National Museum in which there are some of the most famous masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance. If you continue walking towards the Arno river and walk through the luxurious Via Calzaiuoli, you will arrive in the magnificent Piazza della Signoria, the square of Palazzo Vecchio and Galleria degli Uffizi, 100 meters (320 feet) from Ponte Vecchio, one of the emblems of Florence.
Prestigia Rooms is also a 5 minute walk from the main train station, Santa Maria Novella, where you will find connections to all the most important art towns in Tuscany and shuttles to Amerigo Vespucci Airport and Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa.
In about 10-15 minutes you can easily reach Palazzo dei Congressi and the Fortezza da Basso, where international trade shows and conventions such as Pitti Uomo, Pitti Bimbo, Pitti Immagine, Show Crafts and Design take place.
Just 50 m from the Prestigia Rooms, there is the Duomo, the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, which looks onto the square with the same name. One of the most famous squares in the world, full of art, architecture and history, surrounded by impressive buildings like Giotto's Bell Tower and the Baptistry of San Giovanni.
A few steps away is Repubblica Square, one of the largest squares in Italy, since Roman times identified as the center of the city of Florence. The Roman Forum, with the Arch entrance and the Column of Abundance, attract tourists from all over the world.
Just 400 m away is Signoria Square, the seat of the civil power and the center of social life of the city of Florence. With the famous Palazzo Vecchio and the artistic Loggia dei Lanzi, this L-shaped square, is situated in the central area of medieval Florence. Just behind the Palazzo Vecchio is the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most important Italian museums, and one of the world's best known.
At 50 m from Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio is the bridge of the goldsmiths and jewelers of Florence. It is a symbol of Florence and one of the most famous and photographed bridges in the world. This luxurious bridge, that crosses the Arno in its narrowest point, surrounded by monuments and hills, offers a stunning panoramic view.
At 700 m from the Prestigia Rooms you can visit Santa Croce square and its basilica with the same name. Today Santa Croce is especially famous for being the burial place of numerous Italian personalities and artists such as Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli. Another attraction is the statue of Dante, at the side of the cathedral, which dates back to 1865, the golden years for the city of Florence, when it was elected capital of Italy.
The central railway station Santa Maria Novella is 850 m from the building. The station was designed in the 1930's and is considered, along with its square, as one of the architectural masterpieces of Italy. Trains and buses leave from here for all Tuscan and Italian cities, ranking it as the fourth station for passenger flow.
Pitti Palace is the ancient palace of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany situated at 850 m from the Prestigia Rooms, in Oltrarno. The palace hosts several art and costume museums, from chinaware to carriages, and the largest museum dedicated to Italian fashion. It is also the entrance to the monumental Boboli Gardens, one of the greatest examples of Italian gardens in the world.
Via Tornabuoni, or “de'Tornabuoni”, has been the most elegant street of the historic center of Florence since the Renaissance. Today it is famous for its designer fashion boutiques and jewelry. Via Tornabuoni is only a few steps away from the Prestigia Rooms (400 m), which has chosen to use the services of the Garage Inferno for its guests.