By: Capturing Travel
One day is not really enough to truly immerse yourself in this historical city. But even with a limited amount of time, Florence is worth seeing. And it’s going to be an action-packed day!
The medieval fortress-palace, originally known as the Palazzo della Signoria, was designed by Arnolfo di Cambio and completed in the early 14th century.
As the bustling heart of Florence’s historic centre, Piazza della Signoria holds immense historical and artistic significance, drawing both locals and tourists alike to its enchanting allure.
This elegant square, flanked by the iconic Uffizi Gallery on one side, offers a delightful promenade that allows you to soak in the beauty of Florence’s artistic heritage while relishing the tranquil ambience.
Piazza del Duomo, the vibrant main square of Florence, is an awe-inspiring hub of artistic & architectural brilliance. Dominated by the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the square is a bustling centre of activity, drawing visitors from around the world to bask in the splendour of its historical significance.
The Brunelleschi’s Dome, crowning the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence, is a marvel of engineering and an iconic symbol of Renaissance architecture.
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