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San Lorenzo Market

4.5 star rating: Recommended 805 Reviews

When you hear people talk about shopping in the San Lorenzo Market, there are actually two markets they may be referring to. One is the popular-with-tourists ...  Read more

San Miniato al Monte

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 266 Reviews

There are so many churches worth visiting right in the streets of central Florence that you might think it’s no big deal to skip San Miniato al Monte, sitting ...  Read more

Santa Croce Basilica

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 15 Reviews

Work on this beautiful basilica began in 1294, though the facade and bell tower are 19th-century additions. The world's largest Franciscan church, it ...  Read more

Santa Maria della Scala

Santa Maria della Scala was one of Europe’s first hospitals. Established by the Catholic priests of the Siena Duomo, it housed and cared for those making the ...  Read more

Siena Cathedral (Il Duomo)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Siena's magnificent Tuscan Gothic cathedral is not to be missed. And if you're in Siena you can't miss it because it dominates the place. Rising high with its ...  Read more

Statue of David

4 star rating: Recommended 319 Reviews

There is no shortage of “David” statues in Florence, but if you want to see the real thing—the one that inspired all the copies—you've got to go to the ...  Read more

Torre del Mangia

Rising high above the Piazza del Campo is the bell tower, Torre del Mangia, built in the early 1300s. It reaches nearly 90 metres above the Palazzo Pubblico ...  Read more

Uffizi Gallery

4 star rating: Recommended 316 Reviews

The Uffizi Gallery, or Galleria degli Uffizi, houses the world's most important collection of Florentine art, so unless you have Skip the Line tickets you'll ...  Read more

Vasari Corridor

4.5 star rating: Recommended 237 Reviews

Built in 1564, the Vasari Corridor was designed to enable the Grand Duke Cosimo I de Medici to move between the Pitti Palace where he lived, the Uffizi where ...  Read more

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