Holiday lettings Fiesole for a Tuscan holiday
Look for Fiesole holiday homes and independently explore this town and indeed the rest of the region. This town has a long and interesting history and evidence of this can be found throughout Fiesole. In a great location, this town is just five miles away from Florence. Situated on an incline, one can even enjoy glorious views of said city from this town. The town itself even falls under the province of Florence. There are many other places worth visiting within Tuscany, and Fiesole could be a good starting point. Stay in Maremma or even visit Volterra for more amazing history and places packed with architectural gems.
Things to see & do whilst renting a holiday home in Fiesole
The surrounding area here is quite green, so cycling is always a popular mode of transport for taking in the sights at the same time. The town itself is cycle-frindly, so day tours are also possible. A main attraction for anyone staying in Fiesole holiday lettings is to discover some of the Roman history. The Roman Theatre and Civic Museum is a must. There are also Roman baths here, which should definitely be included on the itinerary. There are also a number of religious attractions in Fiesole. The Cathedral San Romolo comes from the 11th century, and its remarkable exterior is succeeded only by the spectacular interior design. The Romanesque edifice has some delightful decorations on the inside. Another place you should visit is the Franciscan Missionary Museum. The museum is interesting and entry is free, but it's worth ascending the heights to reach the summit if just for the breathtaking picturesque views from above.
For families staying in a Fiesole holiday rental with kids
Aside from the various options for finding out about the Roman history, which people of all ages will find fascinating, there is plenty to keep the kids entertained. Tree experience is an adventure park where you can traverse above-ground obstacle courses. This is guaranteed to be a fun day out which can be enjoyed by the whole family. There are several walks in and around the area where the young ones can also appreciate the scenery in the great outdoors and explore at their own place. Parco di Montececeri is a nice park with some lovely walks. After so many activities, ice cream is of course essential. Head to Bella blu alle cave di maiano for some classic Italian gelato.