Taxi and transfer Florence
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Taxi price from Florence Airport Peretola
Economy car with a professional driver.
Meet-and-Greet inside airport, Wi-fi, english speaking driver.
Meet-and-Greet inside airport, Wi-fi in car, English speaking driver.
Up to 8 pax. Meet-and-Greet inside airport, Wi-fi in car.
Sightseeing tour of Florence
Our excursion will allow you to discover the true Florence – the cradle of the Renaissance. You will see the most wonderful city views, hear fascinating stories and the most incredible urban legends, curiosities about the sights and inhabitants of the city, about traditional cuisine and holidays, about the powerful Medici dynasty, their enemie ...
Excursion to Palazzo Pitti
Pitti is the most magnificent and beautiful palace in Florence. Incredibly, it once belonged to the Italian kings and Tuscan dukes and served as their home. You will stroll around the square, admire the mesmerizing Renaissance architecture (14th century), listen to entertaining stories about the construction of the palace, and also feel the entire a ...
Excursion to Pienza city
The city of Pienza is included in the UNESCO list, as is the Val d’Orcia itself, in the center of which it is located. This is a real kingdom of cheeses and a true embodiment of Renaissance architectural standards. The local “city development plan” belongs entirely to the pen of Pontiff Pius II. You will taste local delicacies, Tu ...
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The capital of Tuscany – Florence is a city of vibrant colors, cathedrals and Renaissance museums. Take a walk along its cozy streets, where Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, Dante and Botticelli lived. Here every stone is a part of history.
If you wish you can explore the main attractions of Florence in 2-3 days: most of them are located compactly, in the historical part of the city.
Be sure to admire the marble walls of the third largest cathedral in Europe, Santa Maria del Fiore, which can hold up to 30,000 people! Its 114-meter dome is visible from almost anywhere in the city. Inside the cathedral is adorned with mosaic frescoes, busts and statues, including works by Donatello himself.
Nearby, on Republic Square, you can listen to street musicians and have a bite to eat in historic cafes and bars. For example, the “Gilli” establishment has been operating in this place for over 280 years.
On the Piazza Signoria you will be greeted by the brutal walls of the city hall – Palazzo Vecchio. The palace seems to have been carved out of the rock, and its roof is crowned with serf battlements.
If you have a couple of hours to spare, visit the Uffizi Painting Gallery, which displays Renaissance paintings.
Along the oldest bridge in the city – Ponte Vecchio, which is already 670 years old, crosses the Arno River and goes up to Piazza Michelangelo. From here, a view of the city opens, especially impressive in the evening, when there is a scattering of lights below.
Lovers of leisurely walks will love the Boboli Gardens – a green kingdom of paths, alleys and grottoes.
Well, connoisseurs of architecture will definitely admire the openwork marble facade of the Church of Santa Maria Novella, mentioned in Boccaccio’s novel “The Decameron”. Also worth a visit is the chapel of the Church of San Lorenzo, on the decoration of which Michelangelo worked. And the residence of the rulers of Florence Medici – Palazzo Medici Ricardi will amaze you with the golden luxury of wall panels and ceilings, decorated with skillful painting.
The Palazzo Pitti museum complex in the Palatina Gallery contains the treasures of world painting – up to 500 canvases, including paintings by Titian, Raphael, Rubens, Caravaggio … Here you can also visit the museums of porcelain, silver and carriages, Galleries of costumes and contemporary art.
If you are in the mood for shopping, there are jewelry shops in Ponte Vecchio, fur shops and designer clothing boutiques, as well as authentic city bazaars. One of them is located next to the Basilica of San Lorenzo. At the flea market in Piazza dei Ciompi, you can even buy antiques: coins, paintings, prints, lamps and much more.