Things to do in Florence

Meet your local guide in Florence: Francesca!

Meet your local guide in Florence: Francesca! Here is another awesome guide from Florence! She is looking forward to meet you and share with you the beauty of the city. Let yourself be lead by Francesca and you will surely love more and more Florence. Do you want to know something about her? Continue to 

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10 Fun things to do in Florence

Are you planning to come to Florence during summer but you haven’t choosen yet what to do? Read on to find out 10 fun things to in Florence. Join a Segway Tour  Available everyday in three different times, Segway tours are the perfect way to have a interesting introduction of the city and learn something 

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Meet your local guide in Florence: Andrea!

Meet your local guide in Florence: Andrea! Andrea, an art-lover and local guide, will accompany you during your discovery of Florence: the Renaissance cradle. If it’s your first time in Florence, he has some tips and advice to make your stay the most memorable one! So read on and find out what he has to 

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A dress code for the Duomo – Florence

A dress code for the Duomo – Florence!   If you are coming to Florence, don’t miss the chance to visit one of the jewels of the city: the Duomo! Duomo is the Italian word for “cathedral” and it’s the main church in the city! Well-known all over the world, the Duomo complex has always fascinated 

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San Frediano neighbourhood in Florence: from popular to cool

Florentine new hipster neighbourhood: San Frediano, among traces of Renaissance and handcraft workshops. Thanks to L0nely Planet, this less known part of our city is soon to become one the next touristic destinations! It has already made the news: Florentine San Frediano is one of the coolest neighbourhood of the world! Never heard of it? 

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Piazza della Repubblica in Florence: a Roman square

A multifunctional square: home of artists, musicians, cafes, entertainment for children and a meeting point for locals and tourists. Piazza della Repubblica is one of the main squares in Florence and yet it is one of the newest in the city. The arch that you see nowadays was built just over 150 years ago, which is 

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