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If you have two days to visit Florence you can take in a larger area. You can follow this route even in one day if you want to see something different, or if you have already spent a little time in the city.

Posted on 6/11/2017

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This itinerary is intended to be a simple invitation to discover all the other works by Michelangelo that are present in Florence besides the David (which is now an icon of mass tourism).

Posted on 6/4/2017

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The part of the town on the left bank of the river Arno is called Oltrarno. 
Posted on 20/6/2016

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Florence has been a market town since the Middle Ages, and therefore offers an infinite number of small and large markets.

Posted on 6/6/2016

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A Dantesque district exists in Florence. It is enclosed by Piazza della Signoria, Orsanmichele, the Tower of Castagna, the oratory of Buonomini of San Martino and Badia Fiorentina: in short, it is the medieval heart of Florence, wedged between the houses made of stone with the rising towers.

Posted on 15/10/2014

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This place is somewhat magic, hidden and very cool during the summer, well known in the area but not mentioned in guide books or other itineraries. It is called Mulinaccio, (literally: bad water mill) and can be reached by taking a pleasant walk from San Vincenzo a Torri, through the beautiful countryside of the hills of Scandicci.

Posted on 8/7/2014

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The territory comprises an area of hill country situated between Florence and Siena, delimited on the east by the Chianti mountain range and on the west by the valleys of the Pesa and Elsa rivers

Posted on 4/4/2014

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Very near the city but with a character all of its own is Fiesole, high on the hill overlooking Florence and with a wonderful panoramic view.

Posted on 24/3/2014

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If you are in Florence for several days, or have been here before, we offer some suggestions for learning even more,
 
Posted on 24/3/2014

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24 hours in Florence: the city is worth rather more, but you can at least get some idea of it.

Posted on 24/3/2014

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Say Florence and the Renaissance comes to mind, but the city also boasts a number of very interesting baroque buildings. Here is a short tour itinerary to explore them.

Posted on 22/1/2014

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The quarter of Santo Spirito is a lively part of the city, the only quarter beyond the river Arno, where people still live and handcrafts are still active.
Posted on 13/4/2013

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Santa Croce is a very central city quarter, with many venues of historical importance and not to be missed.

Posted on 13/4/2013

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San Giovanni quarter  is the very heart of the city. The name is the same of the Baptistry of Florence, just in front of the gothic Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore.

Posted on 13/4/2013

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In the Santa Maria Novella quarter there are many interesting buildings, churches and museums to visit.
Posted on 13/4/2013

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Monte Morello is a mountain to the north of Florence, located in the municipal territory of Sesto Fiorentino.
Once carpeted by thick vegetation, it was deforested for the construction needs of the city but later, fortunately, restored.
Posted on 5/4/2013

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