Duomo & Piazza Della SignoriaThis part of town houses many of the city’s highlights like the famous galleries, museums, and buildings. Starting with the Duomo itself, the city’s most iconic landmark and biggest cathedral. Galleria degli Uffizi, Grande Museo del Duomo and Palazzo Vecchio are top sights for culture and art lovers. Cupola del Brunelleschi compliments the list of highlights as it is the top choice landmark in the city and a renaissance triumph.
The birth-place of Italian fashionIn the 1920’s, famous Italian designers opened small shops and boutiques in Florence, making it the birth-place of Italy’s giant fashion industry. Visit the many shops of both big chains or small companies in the municipality and you might still find traces of the old times.
Nature and local livingFlorence is not only a centre of culture, cuisine and art, but also has a cosy local life-style and stunning nature. Take a walk to Piazzale Michelangelo and let your self be amazed by the gorgeous colour palette. The local life is characterized by delicious food and a cosy atmosphere. Taste a bit of this life-style by staying in a B&B from Bed and Breakfast Florence and ask your host for the best city tips!
Museo di San MarcoThis museum, located in the university part of town, was built in the early 15th century. Today, it is the home of one the most famous and beautiful museums in the city. You can view the works of many impressive painters and artists such as Giovanni Antonio Soglinai’s and Benozzo Gozzoli. Book a Bed and Breakfast Florence accommodation in the area to have the stunning museum close-by.