Florence can be defined as the City of Art. The Tuscan capital is, in fact, a small cultural metropolis, which offers its visitors some of the most important and fascinating museums and art galleries in the world. Florence is a perfect tourist destination, both for a one-day trip and a longer one. Some travelers decide to visit it during the day, to simply take a trip around the city, while others need a week to fully absorb all the splendour of Florentine life. What is certain is that, in both cases, anyone will leave the city wishing to return!

What to see in Florence

Piazza del Duomo

Piazza del Duomo must be the beginning and the end of your trip to Florence. It is the most famous place in the Tuscan capital, an essential destination at least once in a lifetime.

Piazza della Signoria

Piazza della Signoria is the most important square in Florence; it is located between the Piazza del Duomo and the Arno river.

Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi Gallery preserves one of the most important collections of paintings in the world, with masterpieces of inestimable value and beauty.

Ponte Vecchio

The Ponte Vecchio is the most famous and emblematic place in Florence. It was built in 1345 and is the oldest stone bridge in Europe.

Santa Maria del Fiore

The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, with its huge dome and tall bell tower, characterizes the view of Florence from above.

Santa Croce church

Santa Croce is the largest Franciscan church in the world and is surpassed in size only by the Cathedral.


City life


Food, wine tours and experiences

Off Road Wine Tour

Food, wine tours and experiences

Truffle Hunting with Wine Tasting

Hands of Activities

Cooking Class with Wine Tasting

Active Tours

Horseback riding tour

Active Tours

Bike Tour in Tuscany

Foodie suggestions

Tuscan cuisine is based on traditional dishes prepared with seasonal vegetables, cooked in a simple and healthy way. Here are some examples:

THE FLORENTINE STEAK: Grilled T-Bone beef steak

TRIPPA ALLA FIORENTINA: tripe reduced into stripes and slow cooked into tomato sauce

LAMPREDOTTO: cow final stomach slow- cooked in vegetable broth served in a bread roll

PEPOSO: stew beef with pepper

SCHIACCIATA ALLA FIORENTINA: traditional spongy cake

ZUCCOTTO: chilled dessert made with alchermes, sponge cake and ice cream