– Florence is best visited in spring or autumn to avoid the summer heat and crowds. Weekdays are ideal, although visiting year-round is recommended. Don't miss the chance to explore this enchanting city!
The Florence Cathedral, known as Il Duomo, is a magnificent Catholic church featuring a marble façade, a 45-meter dome, and impressive dimensions. The Giotto's Campanile offers stunning views, while the Baptistery of Saint John offers exquisite artwork.
– Capture the best views of Florence at Piazzale Michelangelo, the iconic viewpoint offering breathtaking vistas of the city. Designed by architect G. Poggi in 1869, it showcases the city's charm and was part of a renovation during Florence's time as the capital of Italy.
When it comes to ice cream, Italian gelaterias are a treat. Grom is well-known, albeit pricey near the Duomo. For better prices and quality, try "oltrarno" gelaterias across the bridges. To taste the world's best ice cream, visit San Gimignano, the enchanting "City of a Thousand Towers" and UNESCO World Heritage Site.