Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance, is recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982.
The historic center can be visited on foot, starting from Santa Maria Novella (where the Central Train Station and the Tramway stop are located) to get to Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens.
It would be better to visit Florence in 2/3 days, but even in a whole day it is possible to admire the masterpieces of the Renaissance and, perhaps, also one of the Museums (Uffizi, Bargello Museum, Accademia Gallery, etc.).
DO NOT MISS
A walk on Pontevecchio bridge, to admire the sunset on the Lungarni (the riversides).
Piazzale Michelangelo: a breathtaking view of Florence and the main points of interest.
Florence Central Market: where to taste typical delicacies and a lot of street food!
WHERE TO PARK:
Park around Scandicci's "Ponte a Greve" Coop (supermarkete), follow the signs for the Tramway stop "Nenni Torregalli".
Map and direction informations from "Colleverde Agriturismo" to "Firenze"
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