Villa il Santo stands conveniently close (25 km, 15.5 mi) to the city of Florence.
In 1982, the city centre of this true jewel of the Italian Renaissance was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and deservedly so.
The richness of its historical, artistic and architectural heritage is tangible in the numerous palazzos
and piazzas, academies, museums, art galleries, monasteries and churches.
The beauty of the Duomo complex, with the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, St. John's Baptistery and the Bell Tower,
the elegance of Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio, the Uffizi Gallery, and so much more, leave visitors in awe
of the city's medieval and renaissance glory.
Florence exerts a magical attraction on tourists from all over the world, capturing their senses, making them want to return over and over again.