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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.

Nearby Attractions

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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.
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.
Annunciation
Painting by Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci, dating from circa 1472–1475.
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.
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.

Related Tours

Off-the-Beaten-Path Florence Private Walking Tour
Florence is one of the world’s finest preserved ancient cities, and venturing off the tourist drag is near impossible to perfect without a local tour guide, and it's worth every moment of serenity. On your private, off-the-beaten-path walking tour of Florence you will:

  • Enjoy meaningful insights from a local Florentine as you wander the Oltrarno district, a little-known, ancient neighbourhood.
  • Pop into San Miniato al Monte before descending the winding hills to Piazzale Michelangelo for one of the best panoramic views of the city.
  • Discover the bronze replica of the David, located in the centre of Michelangelo Square.
  • Pick up invaluable recommendations, advice, and tips on finding the best, local food as you explore highlights and off-the-beaten-path side streets.
  • Discover the work of artisans and artists as you visit a Florentine Art School.
  • Visit a very famous perfumer who makes customised perfumes. 
  • Grab a drink - an espresso and nibbles or a glass of wine- in Il Rifrullo, in one of the most beautiful districts of FlorenceSan Niccolo.
With its grandiose stucco swirls and ornate frescos, Tuscany’s cultural capital boasts a richly-historical and glorious artistic patrimony. Spellbinding statues and monuments rise up from ancient streets once strolled by the fathers of Italian painting, Cimabue and Giotto. However, to find the best of the city’s hidden gems, you need to venture off the beaten path to neighbourhoods thronging with locals but lacking in the tourist buzz. 

Your private tour guide will help you discover Florence’s western district - which tourists often miss. As you snap pictures of the awe-inspiring vistas, hearing the hilltop’s millennia of history will uncover the authenticity hidden in plain sight in Tuscany’s capital. 

Pro-tip: To avoid walking the vertical hillside to your tour start, take a quick taxi ride from the city centre to San Miniato al Monte. 
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