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  • 1

    Il Duomo of Florence

    147 reviews

    While in Florence in April, we visited the duomo in the morning, before 10:00 am, and there weren't any lines or major crowds. We climbed up the bell tower for the views of Florence and it was amazing!

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  • 2

    Ponte Vecchio

    123 reviews

    The Ponte Vecchio is the most famous bridge in Florence. It has hosted gold merchants for hundreds of years. The center of the bridge is a great place to take pics, especially early morning or at sunset.

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  • 3

    Uffizi Gallery

    90 reviews

    The Uffizi Gallery is the greatest art collection gathered in one place in the world. We stood in line for over two hours to get in, and you can spend a day admiring the great works of the greatest artists of all time, and still only scratch the surface. My advice for anyone visiting is to go straight to the ...

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  • 4

    Historic Center of Florence

    65 reviews

    Compact, very walkable and gorgeous. Only detractor is the tourist hoardes. A must visit on the planet -- but preferably when the kids are in school.

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  • 5

    Accademia Gallery

    67 reviews

    it truly is worth the price of admission to see David and some of the other michelangelo pieces in this gallery. if you don't know a ton about art, download the free podcast from rick steves to give you some idea of what you're looking at

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  • 6

    Piazzale Michelangelo

    63 reviews

    From its hilltop across the river n this remarkable spot offers some of the best views of the city.

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  • 7

    Palazzo Vecchio

    44 reviews

    Palazzo Vecchio is the place they shown the statue of Italy ancient time. It you like arts, sure you will find here very interesting and admire their arts.

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  • 8

    Piazza della Signoria

    36 reviews

    Piazza della Signoria is my favorite square in Florence. It's a perfect place to sit and people watch, plus, there is tons to take in all around you.

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  • 9

    Arno River

    41 reviews

    It's a nice change of scenery to spend an hour or so walking down along the riverfront by the Arno River. Various bridges can be used to cross the Arno, and the oldest of these is the Ponte Vecchio ("The Old Bridge").

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  • 10

    Basilica di Santa Maria Novella

    31 reviews

    It is impossible to confine the breadth of works of art in this wonderful building within a specified art-historical period. Here the sense and weight of art constitute an extraordinary anthology,

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  • 11

    Piazza Santa Croce

    30 reviews

    While most tourists flock to the city center churches such as the Duomo, Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella, take a chance to see another of the city’s gems. This church is very highly recommended for its beautiful architecture and its position high up on the hill overlooking Florence. San Miniato sits atop one of the highest points in the ...

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  • 12

    Boboli Gardens

    30 reviews

    Wonderful park in Florence. Great place for a slow stroll. Check out the many cool statues throughout the gardens

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  • 13

    Campanile di Giotto

    24 reviews

    This is the best view of Firenze !!!! We discovered the church and we decided to walk on the top of the basilica.... It was hard but the view is so fantastic that you will not be tired anymore !

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  • 14

    Piazza Del Duomo

    19 reviews

    Bello...

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  • 15

    Pitti Palace

    21 reviews

    Pitti Palace was the residence of the Medici family. Inside there are museums and the magnificent Boboli garden

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  • 16

    Loggia dei Lanzi

    17 reviews

    Wonderful piazza and statues to admire in Florence. As this is next to the Uffizi and the Pallazzo Vecchio, it can be extremely crowded but there is something archetypally renaissance and Italian when you stand here looking at these astounding statues, the replica of David and watched the Florentine crowds...

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  • 17

    Galileo Science Museum

    18 reviews

    If you're into science, I would highly recommend the Galileo Museum. It's located just a couple of blocks behind the Uffizi Gallery. There are a bunch of cool gadgets and original experiments set up by Galileo. Even if you're not that into science, you can appreciate looking at the old telescopes and measuring instruments. They even have 3 of Galileo's ...

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  • 18

    St. John's Baptistery

    15 reviews

    A jewel box. Literally. From the famed golden doors to the intricate work inside reflects a true labour of love by the artists and artisans who did it. A masterpiece.

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  • 19

    Bargello Museum

    13 reviews

    It was the first government building in Florence

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  • 20

    Medici Chapels Museum

    11 reviews

    Fantastic Museum - very impressive private Chapel of the Medici family. One was done from Michelangelo. Defenitly worth visiting.

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