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Apartment rental suggestions in Florence and Rome

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We are planning a 2 week trip to Italy. Due to airline mileage awards, we will be flying into Milan and out of Rome. Originally, we were going to do 4-5 hotel stops, but changed our minds. We have stayed in apartments in the past in London, Paris and Budapest and done day trips and that works very well for us.

We are going mid October till end of October. Planning to do Florence first, then Rome. We do not plan to rent a car, but will rely on public transportation (bus or train). So, we want to stay in the city center. We LOVE hustle/bustle, cafes, museums, little side streets, street markets, etc. We come from a medium size town in the Midwest where everyone drives and part of the vacation fun is walking and being in the city center.

We would like apartment rental agency or other suggestions for Florence and Rome. Stair climbing is difficult, I need an elevator above the 1st floor (European). Would like to stay under $200/night. Proximity to public transportation is a plus. Thanks Fodorites!

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