Florence fact of the day

One in five properties in the historic centre is advertised as a short-term rental, according to researchers at the University of Siena, a 60 per cent growth since 2015. It is the highest concentration in Italy, more than Rome (12 per cent) and Venice (11.8 per cent).

Here is the full Aleksandra Wisniewska FT piece on how Airbnb is transforming many European cities.


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