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Places to Visit in Florence

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Florence Tourism

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May - Oct

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Colosseum in Rome

The Colosseum is one of the most thrilling sights in Rome. This ancient arena has about 50,000 seats. With a beautiful architecture, it gives a glimpse of the atmosphere when the gladiators used to fight with animals and also with each other. The whole structure has deep roots with underground complexes. These underground c...

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Trevi Fountain in Rome

Trevi Fountain is a fountain in Rome, Italy in the district of Trevi. It was designed by Nicola Salvi an Italian architect and finished by Pietro Bracci. It's one of the oldest water sources in Rome. It’s one of the most famous fountains in the world and has even appeared in several movies, including ''La Dolce Vita''. It’s...

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Pantheon Temple in Rome

Pantheon is an ancient Roman temple, now turned church, in the city of Rome, Italy. Agrippa, the right hand to Emperor Augustus, built the first temple around 27 BC. However, it burnt down in 80 AD, and then was rebuilt in 120 AD. The Romans used it as a temple until 609 AD, when Pope Boniface IV consecrated it as a church....

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Sistine Chapel in Rome

The Sistine Chapel is a famous place of the Apostolic Palace, where the Pope resides in Vatican City. The place is well known for its great history. Initially, Cappella Magna was the name to call it, but now, it is known as Chapel. Mainly, it is famous for the frescos art which decorates the interior of this place.

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Basilica Di San Lorenzo in Florence

Basilica di San Lorenzo is an intriguing spot associated with Michelangelo. His sculptures are here for tombs of Giuliano Medici and Lorenzo. There are the best examples of Mannerist architecture in Biblioteca Laurenziana. Filippo Brunelleschi rebuilt San Lorenzo in the year 1419 at the place where one of the oldest churche...

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Boboli Gardens in Florence

Boboli Gardens of Florence is something more than just a garden but it is an open air museum which embraced Pitti Palace, a culture site. The park is rich with the fountains, sculptures, oak trees that are century’s old and beautiful flora. This site can be regarded as the green spot in the city of Florence. This garden was...

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Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence

Galleria Dell ‘Academia is a popular museum in Florence that houses the beautiful artworks of the popular artists from various centuries. The museum offers great and beautiful artifacts that can satisfy anyone’s curiosity on art symbols, music and botany. The painting techniques that one can find here can amaze anyone. It i...

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Palazzo Pitti in Florence

Palazzo Pitti is a huge palace and is among the largest architectural monuments of Florence. Palazzo Pitti was originally built in the year 1457 for the Pitti Family. The beautiful design of the monument was done by Filippo Brunelleschi and built under the guidance of his student Luca Fancelli. The original building had onl...

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Palazzo Vecchio in Florence

Palazzo Vecchio is the visit that is worth when you are at Florence. This historic monument cherishes the history of three eras. There is renaissance paintings and chambers, medieval fortress and Roman ruins housed in the beautiful location. It is the site where you can find art blended with history thus, offering the best ...

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Castel Sant Angelo in Rome

Built as a Mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian and his family between 123 - 139 AD, Castel Sant'angelo is a beautiful cylindrical structure, which was once the tallest building in Rome, Italy. It was converted into a fortress in 590 AD by Pope Gregory the Great. Today, it functions as a museum for paintings, military memorabilia,...

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FAQ's of Florence

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What is the official language of Florence?

People generally speak Italian in Florence, but most can understand and speak bits of English.

Does Florence have a city card?

The Firenzecard, depending upon which one you buy, offers access to various attractions of the city and local transport.

Is it safe to visit Florence?

It is absolutely safe to visit Florence, but the usual cautionary points apply here as well, such as not trusting strangers with your luggage and taking care of your wallets.

What festivals are celebrated in Florence?

Although there are several festivals celebrated in the city over the year, one of the most important one is the Carnevale that is held in the month of February. It is a representation of the local culture in a creative manner, through dances, shows and floats.

Is there a dress code for visiting the churches and cathedrals of Florence?

Yes, visitors are required to cover their shoulders and legs up to the knees when visiting any religious place in the city.