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“For sure the most breathtaking view of the city. Go there at sunset time. The sun goes down behind the city and you will get amazing pictures! As you go up there visit also San Miniato al Monte one of the most beautiful and hidden churches in town.”
“The Accademia Gallery is a museum in Florence, located in Via Ricasoli. The museum, fourth in Italy for number of visitors after the Uffizi, exhibits the largest number of Michelangelo's sculptures in the world, including the famous David.”
“The Palazzo Pitti was since the 16th century residence of the Dukes of Tuscany, later the Florentine residence of the King of Italy.King Victor Emmanuel III. resigned him to the Italian state in 1919- since then the Palazzo Pitti and its collections of paintings have been open to the public, among the Medici Galleria Palatina.”
“Simply spectacular! Highly recommended place to try the typical schiacciata!! Not the usual sandwich, but a real delicacy, starting from the soft and fragrant bread, stuffed with very tasty ingredients. A delicacy capable of making even the most reluctant palates fall in love.”
“The Basilica of Santa Croce in the square of the same name in Florence, is one of the largest Franciscan churches and one of the greatest achievements of Gothic in Italy, and has the rank of minor basilica. Inside it has works by Donatello, Vasari, Cimabue, Della Robbia, Giotto and Canova. Always to name just a few. Here is buried: The poet and father of the Italian language Dante Alighieri. The artist Michelangelo The Italian physicist, astronomer, philosopher, mathematician and academic Galileo Galilei”