The Italian Renaissance homeland houses the new Camplus Firenze. It is the result of the complete redevelopment of a mid-20th century building that was owned by Ferrovie dello Stato Group and used as a Ferrotel.
An original sculptural work created by the Italian sculptor Adelfo Galli welcomes all guests as they enter the facility. The sculptural group depicts the emblematic encounter between Dante and Beatrice as described in the XXX Canto of the Divine Comedy.
The residence is highly technological, built with great attention to saving and energy efficiency, thanks to the use of renewable energy sources and to the automation of systems that limits energy waste.
An original sculptural work created by the sculptor Adelfo Galli welcomes guests as they enter. It depicts the emblematic meeting between Dante and Beatrice as described in the XXX Canto of the Divine Comedy.