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Walking Tour of Florence, Italy

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Walking Tour of Florence, Italy
Walking Tour of Florence, Italy
Walking Tour of Florence, Italy
Walking Tour of Florence, Italy
This incredible walking tour of Florence, Italy takes you to the top sights in Firenze city center: Ponte Vecchio, the Duomo, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, Church of Orsanmichele, Santa Croce, and Palazzo Vecchio in Piazza della Signoria.

Florence is a tiny gem rich in history, art and culture and countless other things to discover. With most of the main sights a short walk away from one another, Firenze is one of the best walking cities in the world.And strolling through the alluring streets is the best way to get acquainted with the city of Florence.

Get lost in the beauty of Florence but not completely, as your local guide will take you to all the must-see spots in this perfectly planned itinerary. Admire the most important landmarks, monuments, churches, bridges, squares, and palaces on this Florence guided walking tour.
Highlights
  • EXPLORE FLORENCE BY FOOT

    Explore the historic city center of Florence in a special way - by foot. You’ll not only find the greatest Renaissance architecture and artworks, but you get to experience the quaint and lively city from a unique perspective by walking through the charming streets and neighborhoods of Firenze.
  • PONTE VECCHIO

  • BRUNELLESCHI’S DOME

  • SEE THE TOP SIGHTS OF FLORENCE

  • RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE

  • CHURCHES OF FIRENZE

  • SANTA CROCE

  • PALAZZO VECCHIO

Explore the historic city center of Florence in a special way - by foot. You’ll not only find the greatest Renaissance architecture and artworks, but you get to experience the quaint and lively city from a unique perspective by walking through the charming streets and neighborhoods of Firenze.
Q&A
  • When was Ponte Vecchio built?

    Although the bridge first appears in documents dating back to 996, Ponte Vecchio was built in 1345. This is the ‘newer version’ of the ‘Old Bridge’ that was destroyed by a flood in 1117 and again in 1333.
  • Why is the Ponte Vecchio bridge famous?

    Ponte Vecchio is an incredibly picturesque and unique bridge famous for the shops built on it. Ponte Vecchio is also the only bridge that wasn’t destroyed in Florence during WWII.
  • Where is the Ponte Vecchio Bridge located?

    Ponte Vecchio is located over the Arno River in the historic city center of Florence, Italy.
  • What is the Ponte Vecchio bridge made of?

    Ponte Vecchio is a closed-spandrel arch bridge made of stone.
  • Who built the dome of Florence Cathedral?

    Filippo Brunelleschi built the famous dome of the Florence Cathedral, also known as the Cupola of the Duomo or Brunelleschi’s Dome.
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