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Florence

City of Lilies

The heart and soul of Renaissance art and architecture is found in Florence and surrounded by the natural beauties of the Tuscany region.
During the Middle Ages, it was a financial center of European trade and the birthplace of the Renaissance which then spread throughout Europe. Florence continues to be world-renowned for its famous masterpieces and historic landmarks. Italians have a zest for learning, loving and living which is reflected in their lifestyle especially when it comes to their traditional foods. From Florentine steak to pizza and gelato, they have perfected the art of delicious, Mediterranean cuisine.

Experiences

Climb the Duomo

Climb the Duomo

The best way to get an up close encounter with the inside of the dome and see panoramic views of Florence is to climb the Duomo’s 463 stairs. The steep stairs and the tight corridors were built so wo... See more

Eat Italian Gelato

Eat Italian Gelato

This country is the birthplace of this popular, frozen dessert. Italians have been enjoying this refreshing treat since the Middle Ages and early variations of gelato being served were discovered du... See more

Statue of David

Statue of David

This spectacular, nude statue by Michelangelo is on display in the Accademia Gallery, one of the most visited museums in the world. It is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture and is considered one ... See more

Galileo Science Museum

Galileo Science Museum

When you walk past the corner of Palazzo Vecchio, you will see the outline of a man’s face carved into the stone wall. It looks like any talented vandal could have carved it. It turns out, the tale... See more

Michelangelo’s Graffiti

Michelangelo’s Graffiti

When you walk past the corner of Palazzo Vecchio, you will see the outline of a man’s face carved into the stone wall. It looks like any talented vandal could have carved it. It turns out, the tale... See more

Stibbert Museum

Stibbert Museum

See the actual telescope that Galileo invented and used to discover the craters on our moon, sunspots and the moons of Jupiter. It is just one of Galileo’s many inventions and scientific relics that ... See more

Galileos Middle Finger

Galileos Middle Finger

Medici Hall of Maps

Medici Hall of Maps

Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens

Uffizi Gallery

The Relic of St. Antoninus

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