Florence, the Italian city, cradle of the Renaissance, is one of the most famous cities in the world, its historic center being declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982.

Florence is the capital and most populated city of Tuscany, although it is not so big that you cannot visit it on foot. If you are an art lover you will fall in love with this Italian city. You will be fascinated!

Basilica of Santa Maria Novella

It is one of the most important religious buildings, especially because of its Renaissance façade. Inside there are works as important as The Trinity of Masacio and the crucifix of Brunelleschi

Santa María Novella

Gallery of the Academy and David by Michelangelo

This art gallery, one of the most famous in the world after the Uffizi Gallery, houses Michelangelo’s David, which is one of the most important sculptures in the history of art. Marble sculpture representing David before facing Goliath.

David by Michelangelo

Piazza del Duomo in Florence

In this square there are three monuments of great importance such as the Cathedral of Santa María dei Fiori, the Battisterio di San Giovanni and the Campanile del Giotto. The Duomo has a dome made by Brunelleschi inside which has scenes of the Last Judgment painted that are wonderful.

Cathedral Santa Maria dei Fioi

Palazzo Vecchio and Ponte Vecchio

In Piazza della Signora, we will find copies of the sculptures that decorate it, among which are a copy of Michelangelo’s David. This 94 meter high castle is a fabulous viewpoint of the city.

As for the Ponte Vecchio, it is the oldest stone bridge in Europe, as it has hanging houses and shops and where you will enjoy unbeatable views.

Ponte Vecchio

Uffizi Gallery in Florence

One of the most outstanding galleries in the world for having works of art by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Botticelli, Titian or Raphael.

Uffizi gallery

Boboli Gardens and Palazzo Pitti

The Palazzo Pitti in the past served as the residence of the Medici, highlighting that it is where the Boboli Gardens are located.

Boboli Gardens

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