Where to work out in downtown Florence
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Where to work out in downtown Florence

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Thu 20 Jul 2017 3:10 PM

Whether you’re here in Florence for a few days of leisure, for life, or something in between, keeping up a fitness regimen can be a challenge. Your Florentine lifestyle may be rich with lungarno walks and side street strolls, but being intentional about breaking a sweat takes some extra effort. One downtown gym makes it easy to incorporate workouts and wellness into any Florentine routine.

KLAB Conti is a spa and fitness hub in the heart of the busy and central San Lorenzo district, housed in a historic palazzo with 15th century origins and ties to the Strozzi family. The noble setting is now an elegant yet accessible fitness space, complemented by an exclusive spa equipped with saunas, hydro-massage, Turkish baths and designated areas for relaxing.

It’s not just residents who can take advantage of the many services on offer. For the current season, KLAB Conti is offering several short-term packages for visitors and tourists, starting at 25 euro for a full day of either fitness or spa options. The top deal for travellers in the Tuscan capital for more than a few days is a week of access to both the fitness and spa areas priced at 89 euro. (Intrigued resident reading? Traditional monthly, trimestral and annual passes are also available).

Courses are also on the menu and range from classic aerobics and Functional Training to yoga and pilates. Or if you’re needing a bit of pampering after hitting the Florentine pavement too hard, stop in at the Arya Beauty & Comfort Zone for facials, massages and numerous other wellness and cosmetic services.

 

KLAB Conti

Via dei Conti 7, Florence
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