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4 Days in Florence - Perfect Holiday Guide

Unmatchably bringing to your Italy’s art and culture, Florence is one of the most-visited cities in Italy. Holding great significance for being the nativity of Renaissance and one of the prima donnas in the prevailing art culture of Italy, Florence impresses on more fronts than one. We cannot miss mentioning the delectable Tuscany cuisine that any trip to Florence is incomplete without. Its concise size makes it feasible to capture all the sensory delights its bequeaths you with - from art galleries, palaces, squares donning historic significance, to gardens that spell beauty.

Day 1 in Florence

Commence your first day in Florence by getting familiar with its patent architecture that can be best captured at the beautiful open spaces of its palazzos and piazzas. A morning stroll at the Piazza Della Santissima Annunziata Florence can be lovely. This is also where your first art gallery stop of Florence lies - the Galleria dell’Accademia. Widely visited for its highlight of Michelangelo’s sculpture David, this art gallery is one of Europe’s most-visited.

Next up is the Mercato Centrale that makes for a lovely attraction to explore in the afternoon. With an inception that dates back to the time when Florence was Italy’s capital, this market bequeaths an unparalleled charm.

The evenings must be spent strolling the beautiful streets lacing the most important plazas of Florence, especially the Piazza del Duomo.

Day 2 in Florence

The second day in Florence is when you should up your game and capture all the jargons of the attractions the city is known for.

Uffizi Gallery

Lying adjoining the Piazza Della Signoria, this art museum is one of the most important Italian museums. Bringing to you works that date back to the Renaissance period this museum can take up to three to four hours to cover thus occupying almost half of your day.

Mercato del Porcellino

With its operation dating back to the sixteenth century, this market is a beautiful place to interact with local vendors and spend an eventful afternoon.

Piazzale Michelangelo

To capture some unparalleled panoramas of Florence as the sky turns crimson during sunset, the Piazzale Michelangelo is the place to head.

Ponte Vecchio

One of the most photographed places in Florence, this Closed-spandrel arch which has its existence dating to the medieval times is an ideal spot to behold a beautiful evening.

Day 3 in Florence

Begin your third day in Florence by beholding the lingering fragrances, fresh air and soothing sights at the Boboli Garden. This pleasure garden will leave you awestruck with its number of sculptures that have mostly been created in the 16th century. Next, make your way to the Basilica Di Santa Maria Del Fiore also known as the Florence Cathedral which lies some 2.7-odd kilometers from the gardens. This is one of the sites in Florence where you can observe a fine example of Gothic art.

After a heart lunch heading to the Museo Galileo is suggested. This museum is especially going to impress those who have keen interests in the field of science owing to its large collection of scientific instruments holding relevance to the Lorraine Grand Dukes and Medicis. Conclude the day by visiting the tranquil Basilica Di Santa Croce And Pazzi Chapel.

Day 4 in Florence

The last day of your Florence sojourn beckons checking out the enduring sights of Giotto's Campanile, Vasari Corridor, and the Baptistery Of San Giovanni, each holding respective significances.

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