Cradle of the Renaissance, linked to the Medici and Lorraine families, Florence was the cradle of the Renaissance and of the most significant artistic, literary and scientific productions produced since the 14th century. fundamental crossroads of Italian and European history.

A university center and UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982, it is universally recognized as being of fundamental importance for art and architecture and renowned among the most beautiful cities in the world. Some of its works make Florence an open-air museum; one need only walk through the city, from the Ponte Vecchio to the Duomo, to admire it in all its beauty.

#To be seen

Galleria degli Uffizi

The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most famous museums in the world for its extraordinary collections of paintings and ancient statues Its collections of 14th-century and Renaissance paintings contain some of the absolute masterpieces of art of all time: Giotto, Simone Martini, Piero della Francesca, Beato Angelico, Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Mantegna, Correggio, Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Caravaggio.


Florence Cathedral, also known as Santa Maria del Fiore or Florence Cathedral, is located in Florence’s Piazza del Duomo, its construction was begun in the late 13th century with the design of Arnolfo di Cambio, a famous architect and sculptor who loved the Gothic style.

Palazzo Pitti

Palazzo Pitti houses numerous museums and galleries inside: the Palatine Gallery and Royal Apartments, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Costume Gallery, the Silver Museum, the Porcelain Museum, and the Boboli Gardens (a true open-air museum).

Cappelle Medicee

The Medici chapels are located inside the basilica of San Lorenzo and are accessible from Piazza Madonna degli Aldobrandini. Buried inside them are Giovanni dalle Bande Nere, his wife Maria Salvati, Cosimo the Elder, Francesco I, Anna Maria Luisa de’ Medici and other family members.

#Funfacts e curiosities

The still very heated parochialism between Pisa and Florence dates back as far as 1284, when Pisa’s defeat by Genoa at the Battle of Meloria was celebrated by the Florentines with jokes and proverbs. Since then, rivalries and taunts characteristic of Tuscan humor have persisted to the present day.

Unique experiences

If you want an unusual perspective, perhaps the most scenic spot in Florence is Piazzale Michelangelo itself.

Taking memorable photos at sunset and sunrise with always striking lights is very easy.

It is also a place to quietly admire all the copies of Michelangelo’s works, collected here, whose originals are scattered around Florence; to brush up on art history and resume your visit.

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Dr. Dario Patera


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Firenze – Pisa – Lucca

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