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  • A Quick Guide To Fabulous Florence!✨🌻

    Apsara Ashok
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  • Florence
    Florence
    Florence has everything you could possibly want–incredible music, a walkable city center, world-class art and endless Italian food! It’s renowned as one of the most cultural and historical cities in the world and is packed full of amazing architecture and places of significance!
  • Florence
    Florence
    This wonderful city lies in the central region of Italy and has a well developed rail network with connections to Pisa, and Bologna. If you are looking for a dose of culture and want to see fantastic buildings such as the Duomo, Florence will not disappoint!
  • Florence Cathedral
    Florence Cathedral
    Possibly the most celebrated cathedral in the world, the Duomo as it is simply known in Florence is the jewel of the city! Located in the centre of the old city, the Duomo stands out for miles and creates an imposing sight amongst the other medieval buildings!
  • Florence Cathedral
    Florence Cathedral
    Located in the centre of the old city, the Duomo stands out for miles and creates an imposing sight amongst the other medieval buildings. An afternoon here is he way to go!
  • Piazzale Giotto
    Piazzale Giotto
    Many people believe that Giotto’s Campanile is connected to the Duomo however it is a separate building in its own right. This structure is a true masterpiece of Gothic architecture and is one of the most renowned designs in the city!
  • Piazzale Giotto
    Piazzale Giotto
    Split into five distinct levels, the exterior of the tower features polychrome marble decoration that is also present on the Duomo in brilliant green and pink colours! You can also climb the 414 steps in the tower for fantastic views of Florence and the Duomo.
  • Palazzo Vecchio
    Palazzo Vecchio
    Whilst the Duomo is the most important religious building, the Palazzo Vecchio is the most importance administrative building in Florence! With a square design and a number of crenulations, the building almost looks like a castle; it also has a large bell tower.
  • Ponte Vecchio
    Ponte Vecchio
    Florence is full of famous buildings and the Ponte Vecchio is an extremely famous and old bridge. Spanning the river Arno, the Vecchio Bridge is noted for the number of shops that are built into the sides of the bridge!
  • Ponte Vecchio
    Ponte Vecchio
    Walk onto this fantastic structure and look at the various shops and vendors – You will find jewellers, art dealers and souvenir shops. Once at the midpoint, the bridge opens up and you are rewarded with fantastic views down the river Arno.
  • Amorino
    Amorino
    If you want the most good looking ice-cream head over to Amorino, as it’s not only really pretty, but also really delicious! What is more they offer also lactose-free ice-creams and they can make you a rose ice-cream up to 5 different flavours!
  • Basilica of Santa Croce
    Basilica of Santa Croce
    Whilst the Cathedral of Florence boasts immense size, the Basilica of Santa Croce is truly beautiful and inviting. Constructed at a similar time to the Duomo, it also features a front facade that includes pink, green and red marble polychrome panels!
  • Basilica of Santa Croce
    Basilica of Santa Croce
    Aside from the beautiful exterior, the interior is home to the tombs of some of the most influential Renaissance artists and scholars in the world including Galileo, Michelangelo and Machiavelli.
  • The Baptistery of St. John
    The Baptistery of St. John
    Completing the trio of buildings associated with the Cathedral of Florence, the Baptistery sits in front of the main facade of the Duomo and is a completely separate building.
  • The Baptistery of St. John
    The Baptistery of St. John
    Inside the Baptistery, a stunning golden Byzantine style fresco covers the ceiling and upper walls and depicts the last judgement and other stories from the Bible and Genesis!
  • Basilica di San Lorenzo
    Basilica di San Lorenzo
    Inside the church is a plethora of beautiful artwork and decoration including a gold and white gilded ceiling and a superbly decorated dome interior. Many frescos and sculptures frame the dome and create an interesting mix of patterns and colours!
  • Basilica di San Lorenzo
    Basilica di San Lorenzo
    Furthermore, a great deal of the Medici family are buried here and their tombs inside the chapel are quite exquisite.
  • Piazza della Signoria
    Piazza della Signoria
    Secondly only to the Piazza del Duomo, the Piazza della Signoria is just as important and contains a myriad of buildings and classical art. The main structure of the Piazza is the magnificent Pallazo Vecchio with its huge clock tower and fantastic statues of David and Hercules.
  • Piazza della Signoria
    Piazza della Signoria
    To the left of the palace is the wonderful fountain of Neptune, and to the right is the Loggia dei Lanzi which contains some beautiful Renaissance sculptures including Perseus, Menelaus and Hercules.
  • Mercato di San Lorenzo
    Mercato di San Lorenzo
    Here on this indoor market you will find everything – from Florentine tagliata, delicious pasta, biggest truffle ever, pizza, wine, and so on! here you have a wide selection of anything you might want under one roof!
  • All'Antico Vinaio
    All'Antico Vinaio
    The best sandwiches in town! This is the most popular sandwich place in whole Florence! Sandwiches are really big so it’s also possible for two people to share one. At a price 5 € for a gourmet sandwich and 2 € for a glass of wine that is a steal in Florence!
  • All'Antico Vinaio
    All'Antico Vinaio
    The best sandwiches in town! This is the most popular sandwich place in whole Florence! Sandwiches are really big so it’s also possible for two people to share one. At a price 5 € for a gourmet sandwich and 2 € for a glass of wine that is a steal in Florence!

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