The Uffizi Gallery: One of the world's most famous art museums, housing an impressive collection of Renaissance art, including works by Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci.
Florence Cathedral (Duomo di Firenze): A masterpiece of Italian Gothic architecture, famous for its magnificent dome designed by Brunelleschi and the adjacent Giotto's Campanile.
Ponte Vecchio: The oldest and most famous bridge in Florence, known for its unique construction and the jewelry shops that line its sides. It offers picturesque views along the Arno River.
Palazzo Vecchio: The town hall of Florence, featuring a mix of Roman ruins, medieval fortifications, and Renaissance chambers. The palazzo is also home to stunning frescoes and artworks.
The Accademia Gallery: Renowned for Michelangelo's sculpture of David, this museum also houses a collection of paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
Boboli Gardens: Located behind the Pitti Palace, these gardens are a green oasis in the city, offering beautifully landscaped grounds with fountains, statues, and sweeping views over Florence.
Basilica of Santa Croce: The principal Franciscan church in Florence, known as the Temple of the Italian Glories for the many famous Italians buried here, including Michelangelo, Galileo, and Machiavelli.
Piazzale Michelangelo: A famous square offering panoramic views of Florence. The square is adorned with bronze replicas of Michelangelo’s works, including a copy of David.
San Lorenzo Market: Florence’s largest and most historic market, offering a variety of local Tuscan products, crafts, and a vibrant food market on the upper floor.
Medici Chapels: A historic mausoleum housing the tombs of the Medici family, showcasing Michelangelo’s sculptural genius and the ornate Chapel of the Princes.
Day Trips from Florence
Lucca: Encircled by Renaissance walls, Lucca is charming with its cobblestone streets, picturesque squares, and beautiful gardens.
Chianti Wine Region: Known for its scenic vineyard-covered hills and opportunities to taste world-renowned Chianti wines.
San Gimignano: A small walled medieval hill town famous for its well-preserved towers and stunning views of the Tuscan countryside.
Cinque Terre: Five picturesque villages on the Italian Riviera, known for their colorful houses, rugged cliffs, and hiking trails.
Bologna: A culinary haven, Bologna is also known for its medieval architecture, university, and vibrant cultural scene.
Cortona: Set on a hilltop, this small town offers stunning views, Etruscan ruins, and a rich artistic heritage.
Montepulciano: Famous for its Vino Nobile wines, Montepulciano is a medieval town with Renaissance palaces and stunning churches.
Volterra: Known for its Etruscan heritage, Roman ruins, and alabaster craft, Volterra is a lesser-known gem in the Tuscan region.
Benvenuti a Firenze!