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Lizzie Fane Lizzie Fane, Aug 19th 2014, 15:46 Verified Guru

In terms of accommodation in Florence, I would recommend The Florentine website which I love but is quite expensive, and Erasmusu - and the university has some good options too - it's always useful if you can speak Italian as you get locals' prices! That's what I did - and I kept an eye on lampposts in the area I wanted to live in :)

P.S. It goes without saying that living with locals helps your Italian hugely.

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