What you need to know about Tuscany and Florence
The home of the Italian Renaissance
Let's Explore a New Worldwide Destination, FLORENCE!
Florence is an Italy’s architecturally stunning Renaissance jewel. A City full of history and culture when you can breathe the essence of the dolce vita in every street, stone and statue. A real open-air museum which offers some of the world’s top art galleries and art masterpieces.
As the capital of Tuscany, is mainly visited for its history, fashion boutiques, its tasty Florentine cuisine, and for living unforgettable experiences like watching the sunset over the Ponte Vecchio or admiring unique Renaissance artworks, like the sculpture of David.
As a matter of fact, this small cultural metropolis represents the birth place of the Renaissance and attract millions of tourists every year.
When you think about Florence, the main things that probably come to mind – and with good reason – are surely: Uffizi Gallery, Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Borghese, Palazzo Pitti, Ponte Vecchio, as well as, Santa Maria Del Fiore Cathedral, Santa Croce Basilica and Santa Maria Novella; all reachable with a few minutes-walk. It is hard to believe that one person can absorb so many masterpieces in only one day, but this is Florence, where everything is at your fingertips.
As part of the so-called Italy’s “Holy Trinity”, Florence is a must-seen destination with a compact historic centre still big enough to allow tourist to spread out and enjoy the small alleys, a place which leaves certainly very few reasons to be bored. With a reputation for arts, history, good food and good people, Florence doesn’t require as much work in order to fall in love with it.