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Florence: stay in town or outside of town

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Wanted to get opinions if it would be better to stay in the city center in Florence or to stay outside of the city or a nearby town and take the bus into town.
We are only going to be in Florence 3 nights (May 27 to May 30). When in Florence, we want to visit only the major attractions. Not too many museums. Maybe day trip to winery one day.

I currently have reservations in town in Florence (Cerratini Firenze Hotel) but debating whether or not it would be good to stay in a farm where is quiet and use it as base. I know I don't have much time left so I'm not even sure it would be possible to switch.

If your opinion is outside of town or in a nearby town, if you have any recommendations as to which location and place, that would be great!

Thanks!

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