Have a look of Italy: Florence

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Travel guide

Travel guide

Here is your travel guide for the beautiful city Florence.

Tuscany

Tuscany

Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. It is located in the heart of Tuscany which has stunning views, rolling hills, fields of sunflower and mountain top castles. The most famous thing about Florence is the restaurants and it is the Renaissance capital of the world and its celebrated sons are Dante Alighieri, Michelangelo, Leonardo DaVinvci and Machiavelli.

The Cathedral Church

The Cathedral Church

The most attracted place is the world famous Duomo the Cathedral Church with the Brunelleschi cupola and the bronze sculpted doors of the marble-clad Bapistry.

A view of the city

A view of the city

This historic town Centre has narrow and dark side streets with bustling sidewalks and intimidating crowds and traffic.

The Square

The Square

You should start your tour with the square, the piazza, the splendid Mediterranean oasis to spend hours just sitting down is a vacation itself, the yummilicous Espressos and the beautiful people around.

Santo Spirito Church

Santo Spirito Church

You simply cannot afford to miss the Santo Spirito church, the Old Bridge namely Ponte Vecchio with the gorgeous shopping area, the Uffizi galleries which are the best art museums in the world, The Acacemia with the original David.

The Uffizi galleries

The Uffizi galleries

The surrounding areas also have many things to offer to the visitors. One can explore this region for weeks, or even months and will never get bored.

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