- Firenze Santa Maria Novella railway station is the main national and international railway station in Florence and is used by 59 million people every year.
- The building designed by Giovanni Michelucci was built in Italian Rationalism style and it's considered one of the main rationalist building in Italy.
- It's located in Piazza della Stazione, near the Fortezza da Basso and the Viali di Circonvallazione, and in front of the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella's apse from which takes its name.
|Santa Maria Novella railway station|
Mario’s Hotel is located on Via Faenza, number 89, an unusual niche of tranquillity in an otherwise bustling city. Our half of via Faenza (the half nearest Santa Maria Novella train station) is not an ZTL zone, meaning most traffic is allowed down it. No parking is allowed therefore you must park in a nearby garage however, Mario’s guests get parking facilities here at discount rates!
If arriving by air you can take the city shuttle to Santa Maria Novella Station. To reach the hotel from here go parallel to the station on its right hand side and turn right at Piazza Adua and continue along Via Cennini. When you come to Via Faenza turn right and you’ll soon come to Mario’s Hotel – number 89.
If you’re coming by car simply follow signs for the station then the directions above. The Fortezza da Basso conference and trade fair centre are within a few minutes walk of the hotel.