Florence Walking Tours

Florence Walking Tours

Surrounded by the rolling hills of Tuscany, Florence is an ancient city with a vibrant atmosphere. It was a hub of Renaissance art and architecture and is home to Michelangelo’s David sculpture as well as the famous Duomo of Florence, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral.

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Frequently asked questions

Is Florence Easy to Walk Around?

Yes, the city of Florence is highly walkable, and some might even say that the best way to view the city is on foot. Because it is not a very large city, you can walk almost anywhere once you are in the central part of Florence. Taking a taxi or using the ATAF bus are also options, but renting a car in Florence is not recommended because many streets are narrow and open to pedestrians only. 

How Long Does it Take to Walk Around Florence?

Florence offers a wide range of fascinating sights and attractions, and you can easily spend 2 or 3 days exploring the city. A typical Florence walking tour lasts around 2 - 3 hours and hits many of the highlights that Florence is most famous for. If you have extra time, you can always explore further on your own!

What is Florence Best Known For?

The stunning Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral (Duomo) is perhaps the most famous landmark in Florence. Dating back to the year 1296, the cathedral includes the amazing Giotto's Campanile, a free-standing bell tower. Other well-known landmarks include Signoria Square, with its replica of Michelangelo’s David, Uffizi Gallery, one of the most famous museums in all of Italy, Bargello Museum, which was used as a residence for the head of police, it later served as a prison, Pitti Palace, which includes the fantastic Boboli Garden and famous Palatina Gallery, and the famous Old Bridge. The best Florence walking tours include all of these sites.

What Can I Buy in Florence?

Those looking to take home a souvenir from Florence have many options. Florentine chocolate is always a favorite, and Florence is also known for its pottery, leather goods, jewelry, and perfume. Don't forget the famous Florence food, wine, and ingredients. Join the Florence food tour will lead you on the way to the yummy journey. You can also grab delicious stuff along the way for your own or as gifts.

Where Should I Stay in Florence When I Attend a Walking Tour?

The best area to stay in Florence is in the neighborhood surrounding the Duomo. It is the centre of town, within easy walking distance of Florence's most famous attractions, as well as many restaurants and cafes.