Florence Activities by #Visitaflorencia


  Till 1750 in Florence we were celebrating New Year on day March, 25th and not January, 1st. Nowadays we
  Starting from 2020, in Italy we have a new national commemorable day, March 25th - Dantedì. Which means in
  In Italy we celebrate the start of spring together with the vernal equinox, so around the middle of March.
  Strolling central streets of Florence, you can find a small square close to the Cathedral, named Pallottole square -
  Founded in 1250, Santissima Annunziata (The Most Holy Annunciation) is located in the homonymous and very harmonious square. This
  Florence is probably the best city in Tuscany for shopping. The Florentines have been producing exquisite goods for centuries,
  Brunelleschi's aesthetic achievement is known to the whole world through countless travel posters. The dome has come to symbolise
  The Palazzo Masetti overlooks the Ponte Santa Trinità bridge, the most graceful of all Arno bridges. Some of the
  What to see and what to do in Florence if you have just one day! Morning: Make an early
  In front of the Baptistery is the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore built by Arnolfo di Cambio in