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1 Ponte Vecchio
Firenze, Toscana 50125

 055 2908 3284

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"Visit the Duomo (Florence Cathedral) and the magnificent  Baptistery of St John, walk Piazza della Signoria and see the sculptures, cross the Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"The city has some fascinating places to visit including museums, the famous Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, the Piazzale Michelangelo, the Uffizi Gallery, the Ponte Vecchio, etc."  See More

"The Baptistery of St John and Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise" doors (must be seen to be believed) Loggia dei Lanzi (outdoor sculptures on the town square) Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge, now lined with gold merchants) Galleria dell'Accademia (Accademia Museum) (Michelangelo's David, plus a bunch more) MONDAY: (Many European museums close on Monday."  See More

"If you are around the Ponte Vecchio late afternoon but it's too early for dinner, stop off in Santa FelĂ­cita and pop your head into the church to see the gorgeous Pontormo fresco."  See More

"In Florence don't miss the Cathedral and Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Sites not to miss are Piazzale Michelangelo, Piazza della Signoria, Gallery of The Academy, Duomo, Basilica of Santa Croce, Uffizi Gallery, The Baptistery of St John, and a walk over the Arno River on Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Actually, Florence at night is beautiful so it will be a shame to not experience it - especially music at Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"You asked for exciting things to do in Florence, and I'm not sure how to answer that - I wouldn't describe Florence as "exciting" for a teenager, but the things our teens enjoy are walking along the river and across the Ponte Vecchio and viewing the massiveness of the Duomo and climbing the tower."  See More

"Loved that place, and didn't have to deal with tourists there either, despite how close it is to Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"In Florence, the Pitti Palace and gardens (better than the Uffizi in my opinion), cross the Ponte Vecchio, climb the Duomo, and you must go inside The Baptistery of St John."  See More

"You must walk the Ponte Vecchio, and picnic atop Piazzale Michelangelo for beautiful views."  See More

"My favorite Florence restaurant is Trattoria l'Parione, not far from Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"In Florence make sure to go to the crowded Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"It's not dinner, but when you do lunch one day of your trip, be sure to do Il Panino del Chianti at the end of the Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Avoid the restaurants along the river next to Ponte Vecchio, the views are nice, but they are hunting for tourists and don't provide the best food or prices that Florence has to offer."  See More

"You definitely want to see the Ponte Vecchio (we went during the day and night)."  See More

"Uffizi Gallery - Piazza del Duomo - Campanile di Giotto - The Baptistery of St John - Santa Croce - Piazza della Signoria - Palazzo Vecchio - Ponte Vecchio - Boboli Gardens - Gallery of The Academy - Piazzale Michelangelo Good trip!"  See More

"First stop in Florence is downtown, from the Dome, to the central neighborhood of Basilica of San Lorenzo and to Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Don't miss a walk on the Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Have your hotel reserve a ticket for you to see the David at Gallery of The Academy (Accademia), walk over the Ponte Vecchio and spend some time in the lovely Boboli Gardens."  See More

"You can sit inside, and take in the beautiful views of the Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"If I had to narrow it down to one day, I would get to the Uffizi right at opening and spend a few hours, then stroll a little bit around the Arno River and Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"I agree 2,000% with Jillian about seeing the Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Photo opp- take pictures with the Ponte Vecchio in the background."  See More

"Reserve a table a few days in advance by the window for an amazing view of the Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"must go to Ponte Vecchio and taste the ice-cream in the square."  See More

"Ponte Vecchio is one of the most amazing things I've ever seen--don't miss it if you go!"  See More

"I know the name looks strange, but it is situated on right on the Arno just next to Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Ponte Vecchio are both less than half a mile from the Grand Hotel Cavour."  See More

"It's located right on the Arno river, so be sure to request a table looking out on the Ponte Vecchio."  See More

"Ponte Vecchio, once we crossed it, we found narrow shop-lined streets and a great selection of restaurants."  See More

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