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What to do and things to see in Florence

What to do and things to see in Florence

Florence is the most important city in Tuscany, rich of things to see and things to do.
The metropolitan area has a population of about 1.020.000 inhabitants.

The city center is quite small, so you can walk from one side to the other in 45 minutes.
You can see so many important places in such a tiny area.

The best way to absorb this charming city is to wander around the narrow streets and take in its architecture and romantic atmosphere.

Florence was the capital of Italy between 1865 and 1871. Although the capital then moved to Rome, it is still seen as the birthplace and capital of the Renaissance. In fact Florence is well known worldwide for its art and architecture and lifestyle.

Among its most famous landmarks are: the ”Duomo”, the “Ponte Vecchio” (The Old Bridge), “Piazza della Signoria” with “Palazzo Vecchio” (The Old Town Hall), the “Uffizi Gallery”, “Santa Croce Church” (where Michelangelo and Galileo are buried) and much more.

You will discover Florence’s history, secrets and favorite spots with an expert guide.

So come and discover what to do and what to see in Florence!

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