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Read full article "Florence's Duomo"
The famous cathedral dome dominates the skyline of Florence, with its eight white ribs against a background of terracotta tiles. Close up it is so huge as to be quite overwhelming.
Read full article "Uffizi Gallery"
One of the world's top art museums, the Uffizi Gallery houses some of the most important works of the Renaissance, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Giotto, Botticelli and Michelangelo and a large collection of Greek and Roman sculptures.
Read full article "Accademia Gallery"
The Accademia houses Michelangelo's David, easily the most famous sculpture in the world. Once inside, you'll also see Michelangelo's unfinished and powerful Prisoners, along with a few works by Perugino, Giambologna, and Botticelli.
Read full article "Museum Bookings"
Florence attracts millions of visitors every year. Often you have to stand in line for hours before entering the Uffizi Gallery or the Accademia. It's better to book your tickets in advance.
Read full article "Piazza della Signoria"
Standing in the Piazza della Signoria with the shadow of the forbidding Palazzo Vecchio, it is impossible to escape the sense of Florence’s past political might.
Read full article "Exhibits in Florence"
A list of exhibits currently going on in Florence, with details on opening hours, ticket costs and general description of the exhibits.
Read full article "Uffizi Tours"
The Uffizi Gallery is Italy's most visited museum. Avoid long lines and enjoy your visit to the Uffizi in the company of a tour guide that will explain and place into the context the beauty and wonder of the masterpieces in the Uffizi.
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 "City Museums in Florence"
Here's a list of the “city” museums in Florence, with address and hours, which should help you have everything on hand when deciding where to go next as you visit the city.
Read full article "Medici Villa Petraia"
Visit the Villa and the beautiful Italian garden that surrounds the villa that used to be the home to the Medicis, the Lorraines and even the king of Italy. This gem is waiting to be discovered, as it off the beaten track and off many itineraries.
Read full article "Medici Villa at Castello"
Visit the Medici Villa at Castello and its splendid Italian garden. Designed by Tribolo, the same architect of the famous Boboli Gardens in Florence, the garden's many statues and fountains, the Cave of Animals, secret gardens and much more are a delight to enjoy a quiet day during your trip to Florence. Just a bus ride away, and entrance is free!
Read full article "Planetarium in Florence"
Lovers of the stars and our solar system cannot miss the chance to see the interesting planetarium of Florence and participate in one of the guided visits offered by expert astronomers.