A Spring Trip to Florence Posted on December 8, 2015December 12, 2015 by ykompatsiaris Arcade in Florence near the Arno river. Old wine Bottles from the Castello di Verrazzano winery (http://www.verrazzano.com/en/), 26Km outside Florence. Caffe Letterario Le Murate, a prison transformed to a cultural hub with coffee, restaurants and open space. Outside the tourist center of Florence, mostly visited by locals. This is one of the top Florence attractions; watching the sunset from Piazzale Michelangelo. The main Cathedral and Palazzo Vecchio just after sunset. Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. First night lights in Florence. The dome of Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. Mercato Centrale is the central food market of Florence offering a variety of local products. Try it early in the morning for a more authentic shopping experience. Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella is one of the world’s oldest pharmacies. It was first founded in 1221 and for sure worths a visit. View of Florence from Fiesole. Fiesole provides nice views and a peaceful walk around forest hills and an ancient theatre. Several walking paths start or end in Fiesole. Florence skyline from the trendy La Terrazza lounge bar Italian design at Gallery Hotel Art Ponte Vecchio, one of the main tourist attractions. Colorfull bike in the center of Florence. The iconinc Luigi Gilli cafe in the center of Florence since 1733. Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestMoreTumblrLinkedInPrintEmail Related
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Very nice quality! I want to go there too…. well done
Thank you Stavros! I am sure you will take even nicer photos when there 🙂 My suggestion would be to organize a road trip around Tuscany for 3-4 days allocating one day to Florence. Unless you are really interested in museums and medieval palaces, churches, etc the most important stuff can be easily covered in one, maximum two days. On top of it, it gets a bit tiring with so many tourists for more days.