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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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A stroll across the old bridge with its jewellery stores is particularly pleasant at sunset when ...
It is not just the fabulous art treasures that make a visit worthwhile - you can also enjoy a spl...
The pantheon of Florence. The Holy Cross Church is the main Franciscan church in Florence. With it...
The very centre of Florence. This square, dominated by the mighty Palazzo Vecchio, is one of the m...
Michelangelo's David. In the gallery, built in 1784, apart from the marble statue of David and oth...
Almost all roads lead to the Cathedral, the dome of which dominates the skyline and also offers a...
The city is governed from an 800-year old palazzo. The grand palace with battlements and a 94 m hi...
The city's biggest palazzo brings together seven museums under one roof. The Pitti merchant family...
It is almost impossible to see all of the city's sights on a single visit. However, from the "Pia...
The history of the city on church walls. The city's first Gothic structure, built in 1246, is clad...