Bestseller tours in Florence
Florence in One Day: Group Tour of the city centre, the Accademia and the Uffizi Gallery with skip-the-line tickets and lunch included
3-Hours Private Tour of the historic centre of Florence
Small Group Boat tour in Florence, with aperitif included
Private Test Drive on board a Ferrari in Florence - 16 km
Walking tours in Florence
Walk through history with our walking tours of Florence! Discoer the Renaissance in the historic centre of Florence, its majestic Dome and the Cupola of Brunelleschi. Admire the masterpieces of the Uffizi and Accademia Gallery with a professional guide!
Small Group Guided Tour of the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence
Group Tour of the Centre of Florence and Uffizi Gallery
Private Guided Tour of the Uffizi Gallery and of the centre of Florence
Small Group Tour to the Florence Cathedral with access to the terrace
Food & wine tours in Florence
Florence and Tuscany are well known also for the extraordinary cuisine and the refined wine. Book our tours and activities to taste the flavours of Italy or learn how to cook it through our cooking classes!
Gastronomic Tour of Florence to taste local Wine and Food
Food Tour of Florence, to Discover Traditional Italian Food
VIP Small Group Cooking Class and tour of Historic Bottegas Food in Florence
Private Food Tour to Discover the Flavors of Florence
Day trips from Florence
There a lot of places you can visit in just one day departing from Florence! There is something for everybody: day tours to the countryside, like Chianti or Val d'Orcia area and its medeival villages like San Gimignano or Montepulciano. For art lovers, Siena and Pisa or Rome and Venice are unmissable stops too!
Full Day Tour of Venice from Florence by High-Speed Train
Half-day tour from Florence to Pisa, with admission to the Leaning Tower
Tuscany Tour: Montepulciano, Montalcino and Val d'Orcia Wine Roads
Full day private tour from Florence to Maranello with Ferrari test drive 70 minutes
Best attractions in FlorenceFlorence Cathedral Uffizi Gallery Piazza della Signoria Ponte Vecchio Basilica of Santa Croce Vasari Corridor Florence Baptistery Palazzo Vecchio Galleria dell'Accademia Pitti Palace Michelangelo Square
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Things to know about Florence
Being one of the art and cultural centers of the world, Florence has always been an extremely popular travel city. There is no such place where you can literally travel back in time, as you experience the splendor of Renaissance and you admire some of the most beautiful monuments in all of Italy.
Located in central Italy and capital of the enchanting region of Tuscany, Florence lies on the Arno River, surrounded by green rolling hills that createa unique landscape. The cityis mostly famous for its compact historic centre, where lie most of the splendid attractions that tourists visiting Italy cannot miss: imposing cathedrals and basilicas, picturesque squares, narrow alleys filled with handicraft shops, and hundreds of beautifully preserved monuments and palaces.
Furthermore, in Florence there are somemuseums among the most important in the world, such as the universally-famous Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery that host collections of outstanding works of art, such as the David by Michelangelo, an absolute masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture.
But apart for its exceptional artistic patrimony, Florence is also renowned for its award winning wines and mouth-watering cuisine: wandering around the streets and alleys of the historic centre, you will be teased by the smell spreading from the pizzeria, cafes and traditional osterias that serve local wine and Florentine specialties, characterized by their simplicity and freshness.
Although its dimensions are actually quite small, Florence offers so many experiences and places of interestthat you might need a couple of days to explore it: its atmosphere that will make you never want to leave.