Florence Attractions

Florence is a city built on artistic roots. Home to Michelangelo's David, the Medici family, and one of the most beautiful and impressive duomo's in Italy, Florence brings out the romantic in any visitor. Simply walking the streets is a walk through the Renaissance. Some of the best ways to see the culture are to sit in the Piazza's on the steps of Santo Spirito or Santa Croce and people watch.
Though touristy, the Uffizi Gallery is a must visit - you'll see paintings written about in every art history book. Get an Amici degli Uffizi Card from the office across the street (Sala Reali Poste, Cortile degli Uffizi, 40-60 euros) - it may seem expensive, but you can get into almost every museum, and without waiting in the long lines!

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  • Ponte Vecchio

    193 votes


    The oldest and most famous bridge over the Arno; the only Florentine bridge to survive World War ...

  • Gli Uffizi

    104 votes

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    One of the world's most famous fine art museums with collections of Renaissance paintings and scu...

  • Piazza della Signoria

    90 votes


    Piazza della Signoria (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpjattsa della siɲɲoˈriːa]) is an L-shaped square ...

  • Florence Cathedral

    90 votes


    Also known as the '''Duomo di Firenze''' is the city's beautiful Gothic cathedral, the symbol of ...

  • Santa Croce

    84 votes


    Contains the monumental tombs of Galileo, Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Dante, and many other notabl...

  • Palazzo Vecchio

    63 votes

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    Old city palace/city hall, adorned with fine art. The replica of Michelangelo's "David" is placed...

  • Galleria dell'Accademia

    59 votes

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    Highlights are Michelangelo's ''David'' and the unfinished '' Slaves''. The David was cleaned in ...

  • Basilica of Santa Maria Novella

    44 votes

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    A beautiful church with great artwork, including a restored Trinity by Masaccio. Also, the Chiost...

  • Palazzo Pitti

    44 votes


    On the quieter south bank of the Arno. The former Medici family palace contains galleries of thei...

  • Piazzale Michelangelo

    43 votes


    Plaza on a hilltop with a great view of the city. Go there by bus or climb the stairs and paths f...



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