Florence is the home of museums, eateries, cafes, shopper stops and the cultural hub of Italy. The city is the origin of influential fashion brands like Gucci, Roberto Cavalli and lot more. The succulent Florentine steaks, some of oldest wine, some of the conventional artisan workshop, the city has many things to offer every kind o traveler.
- Climb the Duomo and Bell Tower
After witnessing the Duomo, all you need to do is to enter into the cathedral and must experience the climbing to the top of the cupola. The Egg-shaped moments was made out scaffolding. The dome was built in the year of 1418 by Filippo Brunelleschi and it was not an easy architectural achievement. From the top of this dome, the entire Florence can be witnessed, but We will suggest you to climb the adjacent Bell Tower, from where you can witness that Duomo in its best angles.
- Piazza Della Signoria
If the Duomo is the devout hub of the Florence, likewise Piazza Della Signoria is the most vibrant civic hub. The magnificent town hall is brimming with medieval town hall of Palazzo Vecchio and you will discover vivacious Florentines and travelers. The roadside is overflowing with outside tables at cafes and eateries.
- Boutiques on the Ponte Vecchio
The ancient bridge overlaps the Arno at its thinnest point which has been rowed by small shopping outlets from the very old day in 1345. The original shopkeepers are banished like blacksmiths and tanners. Travelers can also find some unique collections of jewelers.
- Galleria Degli Uffizi
The rejoiced art museum of Italy in housed in that place what was initially built as Medici Whitehall. The gallery is featured with Gentile da Fabriano’s Adoration of the Magi, Piero Della Francesca’s twin portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino, Botticelli’s Primavera and Birth of Venus, and Michelangelo’s Tondo Doni. Art lover will definitely consider visiting this place twice.
- Michelangelo’s David
The iconic nude statues stand in splendid remoteness in the ‘tribuna’ of the Academia Gallery. Michelangelo’s David is beautifully arched from a single piece if Carrara marbles. Travelers should not miss witnessing Michelangelo’s four Slaves along with a wonderful gathering of musical arrangements.
- Museo di San Marco
If you visit this museum, you will discover the real treasure of art. The famous artist was lived and worked in this convent during the time of 1438 and 1444. He has left some of his most iconic artwork. Among them, Linaiuoli Tabernacle and the Last Judgement in the Pilgrim’s Hospice are most popular highlights of these museums.
- Boat trip on the Arno
If you want to get some different taste of Florence, then sign up for a trip on the conventional wooden barchetti that to ply the Arno as transport for building equipment.
- Tomb of Michelangelo
The magnificent medieval church is one of the iconic attractions of the Florence. Most of the notable persons are buried in this holy church including Michelangelo, Ugolino Della Gherardesca- who is famous for The Divine Comedy, Galileo, and Machiavelli and lot more. Guest should not miss visiting the quiet cloisters and Pazzi Chapel.
- Museo Nazionale Del Bargello
The popular repository of Florence’s highlights the vital assortment of Renaissance statue, the impressive Bargello Museum which has been the town hall, the official residence of magistrate. The treasures include Giambologna’s Mercury Donatello’s two Davids and his statue of Saint George, and Michelangelo’s Drunken Bacchus.
- Discover hidden delights at Santa Maria Novella
The Dominican church of Santa Maria Novella houses the Florence’s most important artwork like Masaccio’s 1427 Trinità fresco, and Ghirlandaio’s excellent frescoes and Giotto’s great wooden crucifix. Try not to pass up a major opportunity for the houses to one side of the congregation; Paolo Uccello’s visionary lunettes enliven the Choistro Verde while works of art by Andrea di Buonaiuto cover the Cappella degli Spagnuoli.