Things to do in Province of Florence

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Things to Do in Province of Florence

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  • Ozan Karahan
    Krakow, Poland1,453 contributions
    Gallerie Degli Uffizi contains many art works from lots of artists. It is quite big, even one day visit may not be sufficient to see and read all exhibited information.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Ozan Karahan
    Krakow, Poland1,453 contributions
    Piazzale Michelangelo gives visitors chance to have beautiful panoramic views of Florence. If you are on foot, be ready to walk and climb. Route is tough to walk, but it is enjoyable.
    Written 2 July 2022
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  • Gigliomediceo
    New York City, NY93 contributions
    unfortunately the castle is closed and cannot be visited, you can only imagine the beauty inside.. Yet, I recommend a stroll in the park outside as the founder ( the marquis Panciatichi Ximenes d'Aragona ) was also a keen botanist and planted sequoias ( redwood) and other American species that can still be found in the park. I cannot fathom the abandon of this masterpiece and hope that it could be restored someday.
    Written 25 August 2020
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  • gmaj_05
    Jesup, GA499 contributions
    We had very limited time here, but it was very easy to find the most famous sculpture in the world. You go through security, turn left, turn right and there it is. It is amazing how close you can get to it. It is amazing! It's almost a shame that the other works there get little attention - they are incredible as well. However, it is the experience of a lifetime to be in the room with the work!
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • michaelwoollard56
    France725 contributions
    This is our second visit here in 15 years. We are always impressed with the quality of the tour and the information we learn. We did the winery tour followed by a stunning wine tasting and lunch. We are from Australia and this is a must visit.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • Brun066
    Florence, Italy11,014 contributions
    This museum is a highlight that one would not expect to find attached to a fine, but small, country church, such as San Pietro a Cascia is.
    The museum is explained by the purpose to gather in one place, to keep them safely, works of art once scattered in different churches in the Reggello countryside. In this way, works of art (not only paintings, but also plenty of liturgical vestments and goldsmith works) that otherwise would have been visible with great difficulty, and in different places, constitute a "critical mass" such as to make it possible to open the museum with a relatively extended visiting hours over the week.
    The museum is therefore configured as a real museum of the territory. Even the most precious piece of the collection, the so-called "Triptych of San Giovenale", takes its name from a church in the area, San Giovenale in fact, where it was formerly guarded.
    This work is considered the first one by Masaccio, being dated 1422 (Masaccio was born in 1401, in nearby San Giovanni Valdarno). Masaccio is the first of the Tuscan painters fully belonging to the Renaissance era, in his short life (he died in 1428 or 1429) he was a real renovator of his art, which reached its peaks at the Brancacci Chapel into the Chiesa del Carmine, Florence.
    The museum layout is also very valuable.
    Basically, it's an attraction not to be missed.
    Written 18 March 2022
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  • MomofAPN
    Matawan, NJ50 contributions
    Less crowded than the cathedral, it’s absolutely beautiful in a different way than some churches. Not to mention it contains the burial places of the likes of Galileo, Michelangelo and other notable people .
    Written 1 July 2022
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  • Kuldip Singh
    Wolverhampton, UK348 contributions
    Stunning to look at from all angles. Queues to get inside are very long so be prepared especially in hot weather. Lots to look out for in the architecture.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • mauriziomW2698EY
    Campi Bisenzio, Italy2 contributions
    Perfect example of artistic modern church. The external view has a very original shape, like a giant tent. Inside is a potpourri of sensation, you can feel the stately effect of the architectouring structure, and the fantastic effect of the artworks. Unfortunately there is no longer the old parish priest, but we have his book on the history of the church and its construction and the memory of when he playedthe majestic organ.
    Written 10 July 2018
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  • Fatma O
    Smithfield, Australia117 contributions
    This place is jaw dropping. It’s like being in a movie. As we walked up it just dominated the skyline and seriously takes your breath away. The architecture, detailing and history is awe inspiring. Can’t explain the feeling. Well worth a visit with lovely cafes nearby as well as plenty of shops.
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • micbayy
    97 contributions
    A pretty good range of outlet stores! There is also Prada on the same area though not listed on the Mall’s site. Not everything is cheap though. You can get here easily from Florence via a direct bus- just book online!
    Written 18 April 2022
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  • K E
    Cape Town, South Africa8 contributions
    Myself and my partner arrived, we were greeted by the lovely owner, who took us to their cellar where they store their wine, explained the process to us in detail and answered all of ours questions.
    We sat over looking the vineyard, where we enjoyed 4 wine tasting (a very generous amount) and a liquor (vin santo) with a lovely small plate of food.
    Lovely little family run vineyard, which I highly recommend to visit on your visit to Tuscany
    Written 30 July 2020
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  • JadeF93
    Athens, Greece74 contributions
    Absolutely loved this place!! The guided tour of the wine museum was very informative and interesting, and the wine selection in the Enoteca itself was fantastic. The staff recommended some great wines and the “pay as you try” system was very fairly priced given the quality of wines on offer. I could have stayed there all day!

    It’s very accessible from Florence via the 365 bus, so I would really recommend a visit.
    Written 7 February 2022
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