Tourist Attraction In Florence
St.John the Baptist Celebrations
Florence town becomes a bit crazy for their patron saints day. It mostly occurs on 24thJune of every year. Here you will enjoy the beautiful look of the Italian dressed in historic dresses. You will also enjoy night marathon, football matches, boat races, bonfires and fireworks.
Duomo and Bell Tower
This is a dome shaped cathedral well known as Santa Maria del Flore. Scale to the top of the church and you will have a wider view of the entire city of Florence. The church boosts Gothic façade of red, green and white marble. Structures of Baptistery and Giotto’s bell tower are featured here.
Give yourself a break from the buildings to this garden. This fantastic garden is located at the middle of Piazzale Michelangelo and San Niccolo. Variety of roses, lemon gloves and other plants welcomes you with a beautiful aroma. There dance with the movement of the wind gives an aesthetic view that will make you feel appreciated in this nature. It is good to visit during summer and later spring when the weather is fine and the flowers are full blown.
Mercato San Lorenzo
This is a food market that attracts visitors from all over the world. It features butchers, fish and cheese mongers and butchers selling variety of foods. Taste, smell, see, touch and buy all the fresh products that brings attention to you. This market also hosts places to relax, bars, cafes and restaurants.
Bibliotheca delle Oblate
You want to have a rest after climbingDuomo? Get rest, a snacks or a drink at Cafetteriadelle Oblate as you view Cupola. This Caffeteria is hosted by Bibliothecadelle Oblate, a public library where students go to study.
Uffizi and Academia Gallery
Collection of Renaissance art is hosted here in Galleria Degli. This museum hosts Michelangelo, Giotto, Botticelli, Raphael and Da Vicci works. The most famous sculpture in the world Michelangelo David is held in Galleria Dell Academia. You will get a collection of musical instruments here too.Boboli Garden
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