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Best Area in Florence

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Staying in Florence from September 26-29 and need some advice on the best area to stay. It appears to me from a little research that I should stay north of the river in either the San Marco, Duomo or Centro areas.

We have friends that stayed in the Centro area (http://www.allorobb.it/) and loved it and we are looking at but we were also looking at a hotel in San Marco (http://www.loggiatodeiservitihotel.it/).

Ideally we would love a place that has an outdoor area with some kind of view but have just started researching Florence so ANY guidance would be helpful.

We want to spend between $150 and $200 per night, which seems extremely doable. But compared to Milan (expensive) and Venice (small), we seem to have so many options here it's a little confusing.

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