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Discover The Best Florence Attractions

Florence is not only a city full of museums and churches but it is also a place full of hidden treasures.

Try a full day tour to discover Florence’s attractions.

If you want to have a tour of city you can contact me for a personalized tour!

Ponte Vecchio (the Old Bridge)

It is one of the most famous bridges in the world and an icon to Florence. The Old Bridge was built in 1345 and is 150 m long and crosses the Arno river.

Since 1570 the Old Bridge houses many jewelry shops and people from all over the world come to buy a piece of Florentine jewelry on this bridge.

It was the only bridge that survived the World War II and today it is a perfect spot for romantic pictures.

Neptune's Fountain

This is one of Florence’s attractions, it is situated in the Signoria Square next to Palazzo Vecchio (the old Town Hall) and it is the first monument you notice when you arrive in the square due to its massive proportions and its Carrara marble. It was sculpted by Bartolomeo Ammannati in 1559 to celebrate the glorious maritime victories of Grand Duchy of Tuscany.

In the course of centuries the Fountain has been vandalized on the part of the citizens, as they used it wash their clothing. That is why there is a fence around it to protect it.

They have just finished restoring this beautiful work of art.

Mercato Centrale Firenze (Central Market)

Another Florentine attraction is The Central Market, a beautiful lattice work of architecture designed by Giuseppe Mengoni around the time when Florence was the Capital of Italy.

It was inaugurated in 1874. At that time it was used as a food market but nowadays the second floor houses lots of restaurants.

San Lorenzo outdoor market crowns the Central Market. The outdoor stalls offer leather goods, handmade Florentine stationary and many souvenirs.

The Wild Boar Fountain

This statue is one of the most popular Florentine attractions. Tourist love to follow the tradition by rubbing its nose because it brings luck and by placing a coin in its mouth.

If the coin falls through the grating you will come back to Florence one day. The Wild Boar has been mentioned in books by Andersen and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books.

The statue’s nickname is Piggy and Piggy Market is just behind the statue, which is also known as the New Market.

The David

Come and see one of the most famous Florence’s attractions: The David and the Prisoners by Michelangelo in the Accademia museum.

You will be fascinated by these masterpieces because we will unveil the secrets behind their beauty and their creator’s thoughts and life. The lesser-known Prisoners are intriguing because they reveal the personal torment of Michelangelo who sculpted the beautiful figures, struggling to escape from the marble

The Duomo

The real name of the Duomo is Santa Maria del Fiore and it was built in 1296 by Arnolfo di Cambio. It is the fourth largest Church in world today and it is entirely made of various colored marbles . As you arrive in the main square you are pleasantly surprised by the Duomo’s grandeur and decor.

More then 80 religious statues adorne the facade but the only ones to deserve a place next to God on the top of this Cathedral are the Florentine geniuses, such as: Dante, Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Galileo and others. This Church has the honer of holding the biggest enclosed Dome in the world. If you want a spectacular view of Florence, you can climb up either the Dome or the Bell Tower. This breathtaking religious center is for sure one of the most important Florence’s attractions!

Florence is not only a city full of museums and churches but it is also a place full of hidden treasures.

Try a full day tour to discover Florence’s attractions.

If you want to have a tour of city you can contact me for a personalized tour!

Ponte Vecchio (the Old Bridge)

It is one of the most famous bridges in the world and an icon to Florence. The Old Bridge was built in 1345 and is 150 m long and crosses the Arno river.

Since 1570 the Old Bridge houses many jewelry shops and people from all over the world come to buy a piece of Florentine jewelry on this bridge.

It was the only bridge that survived the World War II and today it is a perfect spot for romantic pictures.

Neptune's Fountain

This is one of Florence’s attractions, it is situated in the Signoria Square next to Palazzo Vecchio (the old Town Hall) and it is the first monument you notice when you arrive in the square due to its massive proportions and its Carrara marble. It was sculpted by Bartolomeo Ammannati in 1559 to celebrate the glorious maritime victories of Grand Duchy of Tuscany.

In the course of centuries the Fountain has been vandalized on the part of the citizens, as they used it wash their clothing. That is why there is a fence around it to protect it.

They have just finished restoring this beautiful work of art.

Mercato Centrale Firenze (Central Market)

Another Florentine attraction is The Central Market, a beautiful lattice work of architecture designed by Giuseppe Mengoni around the time when Florence was the Capital of Italy.

It was inaugurated in 1874. At that time it was used as a food market but nowadays the second floor houses lots of restaurants.

San Lorenzo outdoor market crowns the Central Market. The outdoor stalls offer leather goods, handmade Florentine stationary and many souvenirs.

The Wild Boar Fountain

This statue is one of the most popular Florentine attractions. Tourist love to follow the tradition by rubbing its nose because it brings luck and by placing a coin in its mouth.

If the coin falls through the grating you will come back to Florence one day. The Wild Boar has been mentioned in books by Andersen and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books.

The statue’s nickname is Piggy and Piggy Market is just behind the statue, which is also known as the New Market.

The David

Come and see one of the most famous Florence’s attractions: The David and the Prisoners by Michelangelo in the Accademia museum.

You will be fascinated by these masterpieces because we will unveil the secrets behind their beauty and their creator’s thoughts and life. The lesser-known Prisoners are intriguing because they reveal the personal torment of Michelangelo who sculpted the beautiful figures, struggling to escape from the marble

The Duomo

The real name of the Duomo is Santa Maria del Fiore and it was built in 1296 by Arnolfo di Cambio. It is the fourth largest Church in world today and it is entirely made of various colored marbles . As you arrive in the main square you are pleasantly surprised by the Duomo’s grandeur and decor.

More then 80 religious statues adorne the facade but the only ones to deserve a place next to God on the top of this Cathedral are the Florentine geniuses, such as: Dante, Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Galileo and others. This Church has the honer of holding the biggest enclosed Dome in the world. If you want a spectacular view of Florence, you can climb up either the Dome or the Bell Tower. This breathtaking religious center is for sure one of the most important Florence’s attractions!

Things to do outside Florence…

If you are wishing to have a real wine experience in the winehouse sorrounded by the vineyards or private excursion in the fantastic area on the Chianti wine you can contact Franco

Since many years we collaborate together sharing our knowledge and passion with our clients..
Franco can also help with all the private excursions around our beautiful Tuscany, Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano, Cinque Terre and much more can be customized for you!