Unlock the magic of Florence

Teeming with masterpieces by the likes of Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, enchanting Florence is also famed for its magnificent architecture, wine, food and fashion. Have a guide lead you through its romantic streets and discover the birthplace of the Renaissance.

Attractions in Florence

Santa Maria del Fiore
This stunning cathedral took nearly 150 years to complete, and Brunelleschi's dome is today the most iconic feature of the Florentine skyline.
The Baptistery of St John
Among the city’s oldest buildings (and certainly its most octagonal), the Baptistery is a superb example of Florentine Romanesque style.
Palazzo Vecchio
The city’s magnificent town hall was first built in 1299, and has seen many different names and uses over its history.
Loggia dei Lanzi
Beloved since the 14th century for its superb arches, the Loggia is today an open-air museum of Renaissance sculpture.
Piazza della Signoria
Overlooked by the imposing Palazzo Vecchio and the Loggia dei Lanzi, this square is one of the city’s focal points.
Ponte Vecchio
The 'Old Bridge' over the river Arno is famous for its traditional jewellery shops and art dealers.
Uffizi Gallery
A magnificent 16th century building housing one of the world's foremost collections of Primitive and Renaissance art.
Michelangelo's David
Probably the world's most iconic sculpture, this Renaissance masterpiece took Michelangelo two years to complete.
Renaissance Statues
Throughout Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens, there are dramatic marble statues which draw global visitors each day.
Church and Museum of Orsanmichele
Orsanmichele is a church in the Italian city of Florence
Florentine Leather Market
Plunge into the Italian market scene by visiting Florence's most famous outdoor.
Piazza del Duomo
Florence's 'Cathedral Square' is in the historic heart of the city and home to several of its most famous landmarks.
Dante's Quarter
Italy’s most celebrated poet and a giant of world literature, the author of the Divine Comedy was a native Florentine.
Quarter of Santa Croce
Among the most picturesque of the city's four historical neighbourhoods, this quarter runs along the right bank of the Arno.
Palazzo Pitti
A vast 15th century palace commissioned by the ambitious Florentine banker Luca Pitti, housing an important collection of Renaissance paintings.
Santo Spirito
This basilica boasts some of the best in Renaissance interior design, courtesy of Brunelleschi.
Galleria dell'Accademia
Established as Europe's very first Art Academy in 1563, this gallery's most famous resident is Michelangelo’s David - but there's plenty more to see here.
Unique and unrepeatable creations made entirely by hand according to the Florentine goldsmith's tradition.
Forentine Book Binding
Immerse inside a bookbinding laboratory and capture the authentic charm that its products exude.
Scuola del Cuoio
Was founded after World War II through the collaborative efforts of the Franciscan friars and the Gori and Casini families. Their mission was to give orphans of the war a means to learn a practical trade with which to earn a living.
Handmade Shoes
See the handmade process of shoemaking.
Boboli Gardens
In the heart of Florence is this charming green gem, an illustrious Renaissance garden teeming with sculptures.
Authentic Italian Gelato
Try real-deal Gelato – we promise you’ll never look at frozen treats the same way again!
Chianti Wine Tasting
Experience the smells and tastes of a collection of Chianti wines.
Oltrarno Neighbourhood
Oltrarno means “beyond the Arno” and is now one of Florence's trendiest neighbourhoods.
Florentine Schiacciata
A traditional Florentine cake that can be found in every local pastry shop around the city.
Cold Cuts & Crostini
An appetiser of cold cuts & toasted bread.
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Birth of Venus
An iconic painting by the Italian artist Sandro Botticelli, depicting Venus arriving at the shore after her birth.
The Tribune
Innovative space holding a collection of Renaissance masterpieces.
Painting by Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, dating from circa 1472–1475.
Venus of Urbino
Stand in awe of Titian's oil painting.
Masterpieces by Caravaggio, depicting the exact moment Medusa was executed by Perseus.
Italian Cantucci
Step into a local restaurant's kitchen and watch a baking demonstration of homemade cantucci.
Sample a deliciously fennel-spiced salami, Finocchiona.
Visit an authentic Italian trattoria, and taste one of their seasonal soups or stews.
Bronze David
A bronze replica of Michelangelo’s David can be found at the centre of Piazzale Michelangelo. It was built in 1860 and was designed by the architect Giuseppe Poggi. As it's located at the top of a hill, it offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the beautiful city of Florence.
Maison Villoresi
The Maison Villoresi is a custom perfume house founded in 1990 in Florence. The perfume is bottled in a hexagonal container that makes it a distinctive and modern feature.
Palatine Gallery
Housing some of the grandest artworks of Palazzo Pitti, the Palatine Gallery is not to be missed.
Grotta del Buontalenti
The Grotta del Buontalenti is one of the most famous spots in the Boboli Gardens. It was started by Giorgio Vasari, but the work was finished by Bernardo Buontalenti in 1593.
Anfiteatro de Boboli
Originally designed as a garden, the Anfiteatro de Boboli was finished in 1634 and after a performance held in 1739, the Amphitheatre was no longer used for plays.
Vasca del Nettuno
The Boboli Gardens are known for the beauty of its sculptures and the wonder of its fountains. The Vasca del Nettuno is one of the most beautiful attractions where Neptune is seen holding a trident against fish and mermaids.
One of the great centres of culture and learning since the Renaissanace, Pisa is a classic Italian city which has a lot more to offer than the tower it is known for.
Home of the Palio horse race, Siena is a drop-dead gorgeous hilltop town which looks unchanged from medieval times.
Leaning Tower of Pisa
Pisa's infamous monument is known for its nearly four-degree lean, the result of an unstable foundation.
Pisa Cathedral
Consecrated in 1118, is the oldest of the three structures in the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa.
Baptistery of Pisa
It is situated in Piazza dei Miracoli and it's one of the tallest religious buildings in Pisa.
Piazza dell'Anfiteatro
The ring of buildings surrounding the square follows the elliptical shape as they were built on the ruins of an ancient Roman amphitheatre.
Guinigi Tower
The 45 metres high Tower was built in the second half of the fourteenth century by the Guinigis and is now home to many ancient Holm oaks at the top.
St Martin Cathedral
Located in the centre of the old city, dating back to the 11th century, it is the seat of the Archbishop of Lucca.


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