Nicknamed 'Il Duomo', this cathedral is probably the most famous sight of Florence.
Crossing the Arno River, this closed medieval bridge with arches is one of the oldest structures in Florence.
This impressive square has served as a hub of the city for centuries. There are smashing historical buildings around, dominated by Palazzo…
One of the greatest and best-known museums in the world is a must when in Florence.
This gallery was founded in 1784 and holds Michelangelo's masterpiece - the statue of David.
One of the most iconic landmarks in the entire Italy, this tower stands to prove that sometimes, even the impossible can be made to happen.
Built between 1246 and 1360 by Dominicans on the site of a former oratory, the church boasts a marble facade and it is a great example of…
Located directly behind the Pitti Palace, these peaceful gardens are also a fascinating open-air museum with a collection of sculptures…
One of the busiest railway stations in Italy serving as the main transport hub of Florence.
With its height of 55 metres, this building is the largest baptistery in Italy.
This cathedral, built in 1118, is one of Italy's most elegant buildings and cannot be missed when visiting the city.
This vast square is one of the main squares of the city. It was established in 1287 and started serving as a ground for festivals, fairs,…
Don't get fooled by the simple facade of this church, its interior is simply stunning.
Also known as Piazza dei Miracoli, this is the ground that connects several of probably the most famous landmarks in Italy.
Built in the 13th century, this cathedral was ambitiously meant to be larger than the one in Rome.
This picturesque square used to have great political significance in the medieval times.
Fall in love with the historic heart of Siena where you can find a popular tourist spot - a beautiful shell-like medieval square paved with…
San Gimignano is a small walled medieval hill town in the province of Siena, Tuscany, north-central Italy.
Famous for its Gothic architecture, this amazing medieval city is part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
The Torre del Mangia is a tower in Siena, in the Tuscany region of Italy.
Also known as Basilica Cateriniana, this beautiful Gothic church is definitely worth visiting for its splendid interior.