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  • Palazzo Pitti

    Palazzo Pitti is well known as the Palace Pitti, which is a renaissance palace in Florence, Italy. Palazzo Pitti is located a few distance away from the Ponte Vecchio and over the south part of the River Aron. Originally, the palace was belonged to Luca Pitti, who was a...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Florence, one year ago
  • Florence, Italy

    The city is located at the region of Tuscany, Italy with great history, which runs to several centuries back. During the past eras, the city was reformedin time to time as a result of different revolutions. Even if, the city was undergone with different religious and...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Florence, one year ago
  • Florence

    There is nothing more beautiful than Florence, taking a stroll right next to the beautifull multi colored Florence Cathedral or having a romantic dinner right next to it, sipping an Italian glass of wine. Later joined to a romantic stroll a gelato shop where you...

    0 by Lauren, in What to see Florence, 4 years ago
  • Piazzale Michelangelo

    A beautiful place where you can see the entire city, with two level and a big stairway where you can sit, listen to music and enjoy the wiew. I love this place very much. Nearby there is a disco open in summer where you can eat, drink and dance, it's called Flò. You...

    0 by Clara, in What to see Florence, 4 years ago
  • Gests and Bell Dome

    Gests and Bell Dome is located in the historical center of Florence, both on the right side of the dome. To get here we've come on foot from Santa Maria Novella station, Via Pranzano, Via Cerretani, Via Roma. Market and the objectives set in it like a magnet attracts...

    0 by Patricia, in What to see Florence, 4 years ago
  • Il Gelato Gourmet

    Eating a gelato is something wonderful in Florence. But eating a gelato with your friends, learning Italian is still better! We were attending Italian Language courses in Florence, at Scuola Toscana, located in via dei Benci, and in the night we decided to go eating an...

    0 by gabriele, in Where to eat Florence, 4 years ago
  • Giardino delle Rose

    When you are in Firenze (Florence) and you don't have too much time, it becomes very hard to decide what to see, what to visit, what priority to make as this city has so many sites and attractions. However, after the walks in the city center, I bet you can't skip...

    0 by Barbara, in What to see Florence, 4 years ago
  • La Carraia

    Everyone knows Italy is sweet, but gelato make Italy even sweeter; ) This gelateria is located in the second bridge after Ponte Vecchio. Well worth it trip across the Arno river. The bridge is called la Carraia and that’s where this gelateria takes the name from. It...

    0 by A, in Where to eat Florence, 4 years ago
  • Angelo Lugo. Vintage Palace

    Angelo vintage palace is definitely more boutique than just plain 'shop'. The interior is small yet perfectly laid out with different clothes carefully grouped and displayed. ie dresses  tops, jumpers, skirts and jackets plus lots of great bags of all shapes and...

    0 by Emily, in What to see Florence, 6 years ago
  • Street Doing

    A beautifully laid out vintage clothing store with everything your vintage heart could desire from shoes to boots, hats to gloves and not forgetting the clothes. Evening gowns, skirts and shirts, coats and jeans. Street Doing vintage couture is for men and women. Set...

    0 by Emily, in What to see Florence, 7 years ago

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