In the Italian Renaissance homeland, the poet Dante Alighieri leads guests into Camplus Firenze, a merit college adjacent to the Santa Maria Novella train station and well-connected to the main university campuses. Camplus accommodates students, young professionals, and travelers, and is home to Hum.us, a true "affinity food space" of Camplus.
Florence is known as one of the most important cultural centers in the world thanks to its artistic treasures such as the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, the San Giovanni Baptistery, the Ponte Vecchio, and the Uffizi Gallery.
offer in the city
The Italian Renaissance homeland hosts the new Camplus Firenze, the result of a complete redevelopment of a mid-20th century building that was once owned by the Ferrovie dello Stato Group and used as a Ferrotel.
Welcoming guests at their entrance is an original sculptural work created by sculptor Adelfo Galli that depicts the emblematic encounter between Dante and Beatrice as described in the XXX Canto of the Divine Comedy.
opening: Camplus Buonarroti
The former Post Office building in Florence has been entrusted to Camplus for the management of a residence for university students and young professionals, consisting of 200 beds, with both single and double rooms. The building will be fully redeveloped by the property and will also host commercial and office activities.
Il mio motto: “Ingenium Mala Saepe Movent”
Il mio motto: “Cosa fatta capo ha”