5/5 - Excellent
RickyCJan 28, 2020
Beautiful Florence is like a museum and the locals are friendly and helpful and speak great English
3.5/5Good!(13 area reviews)
Join the crowds cheering for the local soccer team, attending a concert or tasting some of Florence’s favorite ice cream flavors.
3.5/5Good!(3 area reviews)
Visit this neighborhood brimming with museums, historical villas and beautiful gardens, perfect for relaxing away from the busy city center.
Explore the shady paths of large green spaces, play in an interactive math museum or select fresh produce at local markets in this Florentine quarter.
Soccer fans will find their place in this neighborhood, which has one of the most famous and prestigious centers of the much-loved sport.
Reviewed on 21 Jan,2020
Reviewed on 19 Jan,2020
A visit to Florence’s famous art gallery will bring you face to face with some of the world’s best-loved masterpieces.
The shop-lined Ponte Vecchio over the River Arno is one of Florence’s most familiar and most romantic landmarks.
The magnificent dome of Santa Maria del Fiore provides the Florentine skyline with one of its most iconic outlines.
Head to the south bank of the Arno River to immerse yourself in some of the finest art galleries in Florence.
The beating heart of Florence is the perfect place to chill out, surrounded by some of the city’s most breathtaking architectural treasures.
Meet up with Michelangelo’s David, check out one of the world’s most prestigious art galleries, and soak up the ambience of this favourite Florentine meeting place.
Enjoy a full-day tour exploring the scenic countryside towns of Siena and San Gimignano. Discover the awe-inspiring landscape of the Chianti region, enjoy lunch with winetasting on a rural farm, and end the day with a visit to the enchanting commune of Monteriggioni.
Explore the breathtaking Ligurian coast on a tour of Cinque Terre, a small corner of paradise divided into five villages suspended on steep cliffs overlooking the sea; a unique landscape where vegetation and lush vineyards frame a spectacular scenery.
Enjoy a day trip through Tuscany as you explore Italy's most famous wine-growing region and the historic towns of Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa. Along the way, pair your experience with a succulent Tuscan lunch served with delicious regional wines.
Discover the world-renowned Uffizi Gallery's stunning collection and skip past the ticket lines outside with this exclusive ticket. Inside, spend as much time as you want exploring the incredible collection of treasures that date back to he time of ancient Greece and the Renaissance.
Skip the line and enter the Accademia Gallery of Art, a one-of-a-kind Italian museum most famous for its presentation of Michelangelo's artistic genius. Marvel at the works of the Florentine artist along with numerous other beautiful works of art, learning from your official museum guide.
Accademia Gallery is a museum in the hearth of Florence is one of the most popular in the world because it hosts the most renowned sculptural works of Michelangelo, as his famous David, St. Matthew, Four Slaves and many others.
Verified travelerJan 5, 2020
Florence was beautiful - especially at Christmastime - with all the decorations.
Discover the best of Florence in a single day with guided tours that take you to all the city’s top sights.
These drop-dead gorgeous places to do yoga will have you doing corpse pose.
Florence, Italy is an absolute must for any bucket list