Florence

Florence

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Take an unforgettable trip to Florence, the wonderful capital of Tuscany and the city of Dante Alighieri. Italy I Love You will personally accompany you over the banks of the Arno River so that you can truly enjoy each aspect of this city. A glorious past that is still visible in every single corner of the city. This is where art reached its maximum splendor through the birth of Renaissance, a widely known cultural and artistic movement, and still one of the most appreciated in present times. Touring Florence, the Tuscan capital, means being in the epicenter of the Renaissance and touching directly its glorious past, accessing Italy’s impressive history. Italy I Love You aims to be your partner in this journey offering you exclusive and personalized experiences. Here are some of the Florence tours available:

 

  • Tour to the Uffizi Gallery: a not-to-be-missed site for anyone visiting Florence. Among the many museums, the Uffizi is a must and a reference that put Florence in the world map. Here are ancient statues, paintings and Renaissance gems, including art masterpieces by Giotto, Piero Della Francesca, Botticelli, Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Caravaggio. Art treasures of the best that Italian Renaissance has to offer.

 

  • Visit to the Accademia Gallery: also known as the ‘Michelangelo Museum’, this is the most visited and famous museum in Florence and the second most visited museum in Italy. Here is the largest number of statues of Michelangelo, the famous artist of the Italian Renaissance, whose works are now scattered among many museums all over the world. The Accademia Gallery is of fundamental importance and a major reference in history. Among the works that can be admired, we can find the famous David by Michelangelo, the San Matteo, and the Prigioni.

 

  • Chianti Classico wine tour: Florence is not just art and culture. The Tuscan capital is also universally known for its food and wine, as well as the Tuscan region. The Chianti area is famous for its fertile soil and for its wine production, whose name is associated with the region, Chianti Classico di Toscana. As the capital of the region, Florence has several cellars scattered across the region, where it is possible to taste Chianti Classico, and perhaps taste it with a typical Tuscan dish.

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