Florence Travel Guide1 Feb 2016

Florence Travel Guide

Last Christmas holidays we made a one-week travel to Florence, where we visited the main points of interest of the capitol city of Tuscany. We also made some routes by car in order to visit some other places in this region like Siena, Pisa and Vinci, among others.

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Excursion to Siena16 Mar 2015

Excursion to Siena

Siena is the second mandatory excursion you should make if you go to Florence. This city was declared as World Heritage by UNESCO in 1995 and it’s 75 km South from Florence. If the weather is good we suggest you to go even further in order to visit San Gimignano (Middle Age’s Manhattan) and Monteriggioni (a little and nice walled village). The trace of the Middle Age will be present all the day during this

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Galleria dell'Accademia12 Mar 2015

Galleria dell’Accademia

The renowned Galleria dell’Accademia is home to Michelangelo Bunorarroti’s most famous statue: David. Here we can see some unfinished works from him and some sketches of his final art pieces. This museum first started as Academy of Fine Arts in late XVI century and gradually the collection was expanded in order to give teaching materials to the students. But the museum is especially known for holding Michelangelo’s David since 1873. It was located before in

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Uffizi Gallery11 Mar 2015

Uffizi Gallery

During our stay in Florence we visited three of the most important museums in the city: Uffizi Gallery, the Academy Museum and Galileo Museum. In this post we’ll talk about Uffizi Gallery. This is one of the most famous museums all over the world because of its great collection of paintings and sculptures from Trecento and Renaissance periods. It holds some of the most important masterpieces of all time from Italian artists like Gioto, Botticelli,

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