The cradle of the Renaissance Medici family and the city, a real bunch of red roofs and spend Renaissance, Florence is an incredible city, which you will remember with pleasure the rest of your life. An abundance of ancient palaces, domes, recognized art galleries worldwide and splendid churches, all waiting for you to discover the capital of Tuscany. The historic center of town will fascinate you with the culture. Whether you go in this Italian town for a holiday, whether you want to give a run in a city break in Florence, the city will overwhelm you with its opulence. You can easily obtain tourist information available at Borgo Santa Croce, Piazza della Stazione, Via Cavour or within the Airport Amerigo Vespucci. Built on the River Arno, the city hosts many goals, all gathered in one place, so you can visit them all in a walk. Florence is a busy place, so it is recommended that you make a reservation for one of the hotels inside it.
What can you visit
Full of Renaissance buildings, huge palaces and churches are absolutely wonderful, Florence will captivate you completely. You can start to discover the treasures in a visit to the Duomo in Florence, one of the largest cathedrals in the world. Santa Maria del Fiore, the official name of the dome that is built in Gothic style, houses a stunning fresco, painted between 1572 and 1579 by Giorgio Vasari and Federico Zuccari, depicting the Last Judgement scene. The Cupola Duomo of Florence was the largest in the world, when lifting the church in the fifteenth century. 85 meters tower facade is covered with pink marble, green and white, and embossed decorations were created from terracotta. If you want to pick an absolutely delightful view of the city, get to the top of the tower. One of the oldest buildings in the city is the Baptistery of Florence. In the museum of Duomo of Florence, located in Piazza del Duomo, you’ll find an impressive collection of works of art such as sculptures, icons and relics, and some of the utensils used in the construction of the cathedral. Ponte Vecchio is the oldest bridge in Florence, which, they say, has been built since the Roman Empire. The bridge survived the bombing of the Second World War and is now crowded with shops, workshops or modern jewelry. Do not forget to see the Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Vecchio, the Basilica di San Lorenzo, Piazza della Signoria, the Boboli Gardens, Bargello Museum, Galleria dell’Academia, Basilica Santa Croce, Mercato Nuovo and Piazza della Repubblica.
An article written by Fadia Hirtan