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Florence Tours

Florence Tours

Florence is one of the world’s most popular destinations, famous for its romance and impeccable cuisine. As the Cradle of the Renaissance, it has enough artistic heritage from Florence Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery, to David created by Michelangelo, and more to keep you interested for months.

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Which Must-Visit Destinations Should You Include in Florence Tours?

Your Florence to-do list probably already includes some Botticelli and fine dining, but the city has its share of less obvious destinations. Take a hike to the Piazzale Michelangelo at sunset for a bird’s eye view of the city. Hungry? Try some street food at Florence’s food market. The Galleria Degli Uffizi will introduce you to an impressive collection of Rennaissance art, including ancient Greek sculpture and more than one Madonna and Child.

Which Destinations are Near the Florence Italy Train Station?

The Firenze Santa Maria Novella Train Station is right in Florence’s historical center so that it will carry you into the heart of the action. You can walk to the Basilica di Santa Maria from the station--a white and green marble building straight out of the 13th century. The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is a short distance away, as is the Galleria dell’ Accademia, which is famous for hosting Michelangelo’s David. If you walk in the opposite direction, you’ll arrive at the banks of the Arno river, Tuscany’s central waterway.

Which Restaurants Should You Visit in Florence Italy?

Florence’s most famous restaurants are found between the central station and the Arno River. Many of its Michelin starred restaurants are along the banks of the river, but if you’re craving some street food, try the region south of the SS67 motorway. The Osteria is the highest-rated fine dining restaurant in the city, with IO osteria personale following close behind. For local cuisine, try Panini Toscani and CacioVino Trallalla. Gustarium serves moderately-priced pizza ideal for lunch, but if you have a sweet tooth, order a gelato at La Strega Nocciola. 

Which Florence Hotels are the Most Central for Florence Tours?

If you’re hunting for Florence hotels near the train station, you’ll find several choices at the southern point of the SR65. Florence’s historic center is home to several more. If you’re on foot, the accommodation around the Basilica Santa Croce will put you within walking distance of many key destinations.

What is Florence Famous for?

Florence’s cathedrals and other architecture are exquisite, but its fine art world is globally celebrated. It’s also renowned for being the birthplace of the Italian language and the famous Florence Nightingale. It was the first city in Europe and is the capital of Tuscany, hosting almost a third of the world’s most famous artworks, most notably those of Leonardo da Vinci. The piano was invented in Florence, but it’s just as famous for the bistecca alla Fiorentina - a local chargrilled steak specialty. Who says you have to stick to pasta?