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So much can be said for Rome and the surrounding south of Italy. But those who would sing the praises of its cobbled alleyways, ancient aqueducts, and bustling air of Italian joie-de-vivre, can ...
It's no wonder why Florence is one of Europe's most walkable cities; setting out on foot through the compact medieval streets, you can reach many of Florence's most popular attractions. After all the ...
Written by Viator, May 2011
First settled in the time of the Etruscans (c. 900–400 BC) Siena, located in the Italian region of Tuscany, is renowned for its cuisine, art, museums, winding streets, majestic, medieval buildings ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2012
Is the Accademia Gallery worth it? There’s the Uffizi which frankly has a bigger and better collection, there’s the replica of Michelangelo’s David standing in its original location in the ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2011
Here’s the thing about trips to Pisa: if you want to go to the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, you have to get there early. Of course, there is more to do in Pisa than see the famous leaning tower ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
The historic center of Florence
is compact so it’s easy to move between the main attractions on foot
quite quickly. The railway station is also close in to the center, only
about ten minutes ...
Written by Florence Expert: Val, Italy, May 2012
Authorized Florence tour guide Valentina
has been showing people around Tuscany for more than ten years. We
asked for her expert opinions on the highlights of Florence – what to
see, what to ...
Written by Jessica, USA, February 2013
What’s better than a chocolate festival if you’re a traveling chocoholic? A chocolate festival in Florence, that’s what. If you’re really into cacao, chances are you’ve heard of Italy’s most famous ...
Written by Jessica, USA, January 2013
The central part of historic Florence is quite walkable – it’s compact, most major sights are close together, and much of it is flat. Still, if you’re planning any short excursions to neighboring ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, November 2012
The Uffizi Gallery is the number one place to visit on most people’s list when they’re headed for Florence ,
but I'll admit I didn’t go until my fourth time to the city. It is
difficult not to at ...
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