Itineraries in Florence
Florence is one of the few cities around the world whose entire historical center is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The reason is because it offers hundreds, maybe thousands, of things to see and to do.
In order to make planning your visit to Florence easier, we suggest you possible itineraries in and around Florence. Both if you are staying 2 days and a month we try to give you advices and ideas to organize your holiday in Florence.
Read full article "Top Day Trips from Florence"
Discover the best of Tuscany’s day trips and how best to arrive. Read about the best way to organize your transportation and which kind to choose when planning your days in Tuscany!
Read full article "Last Suppers in Florence"
Far from most of the crowds, there is a fascinating journey you can follow in Florence following the specific theme in religious art of "Last Suppers". These can all be visited for FREE in Florence and give you an idea of what inspired Leonardo da Vinci's more famous scene in Milan, as well as give you a chance to go on an adventure to decipher art symbols and religious iconography. Join us!
Read full article "Walking Itineraries in Florence"
Florence is best seen on foot and these three different itineraries take you through its winding streets to discover the main attractions in the city of the Renaissance. Along the way, stop at some of our recommendations for a gelato, a short detour, lunch and more.
Read full article "2 Days in Florence"
Florence offers many things to do and see! But if your time is limited, here are our suggestions for what you can see and do in 2 days, visiting the top sights in this beautiful Renaissance city.
Read full article "Inferno"
Dan Brown's latest bestseller, "Inferno", brings Professor Langdon to Florence and, in a mad dash across the city, visits some of the top monuments in the city. Our itinerary - with many photographs - accompanies you as you read the novel, or in preparation of a future trip, on the steps of the professor and the main sights in beautiful Florence.
Read full article "3 days in Florence"
Have 3 days in Florence? If you want to make the most of those 3 days, follow our suggested itinerary!
Read full article "Following Michelangelo's Footsteps"
An exciting itinerary between the museums and churches of Florence discovering Michelangelo and some of his most famous artworks.
Read full article "Borgo S. Apostoli in Florence"
While in the middle of the occassionally loud and constantly active city of Florence sometimes you just need to take a breather. Step back from the noise and frenetic hustle of modern day Italy and the tourists. Its easy to find the silence of yesteryear with only a few short steps to the right.
Read full article "Following the Medici"
A walking itinerary through the streets, piazzas and palaces of Florence's center following the history of the Medici family in the 16th century. We highly recommend visiting the city in this order to discover it from a new point of view!
Read full article "A Weekend in Florence"
Are you planning a romantic weekend escape with your significant other? Bringing the kids to learn about art and history or interested in exploring the masterpieces of the Renaissance in jut 2 days? We have ideas for everyone to help you organize your weekend in Florence!
Read full article "3 days in Tuscany"
Looking for suggestions on what to see in Tuscany in just 3 days? Here you find suggestions on what you must see and do in Tuscany even if you have only 3 days to spend in Italy.
Read full article "From Florence to Rosano and Back on MTB"
A great and detailed itinerary of about 28 miles for the mountain bike lovers to the beautiful countryside in the surroundings of Florence. A fun and unmissable challenge!