The ultimate city for art and culture
Florence has a reputation for being one of the most beautiful cities in the world due to its abundance of history, art, culture and fashion. Book a flight to Florence and enjoy Italian cuisine in the city’s many restaurants. Enjoy gelato on the stunning Ponte Vecchio and discover hidden gems such as Cenacolo di Sant’Apollonia and the Palazzo Davanzati. Your jaw will drop when you see Florence.
Experience the Renaissance in Florence
The L-shaped Piazza della Signoria from the 13th century is considered the most important square in Florence. It’s a much-loved meeting place for locals and visitors alike. This is also where you’ll find Palazzo Vecchio, which conceals a museum with an amazing art collection from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance period. Florence is not only the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in Italy. Treat yourself: book a flight to Florence now!Book a flight to Florence
The perfect city to enjoy ‘la dolce vita’
One building that you literally and figuratively cannot avoid is the Duomo. Il Duomo, more formerly known as 'Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore', dates back to 1296 and has a striking red-tiled dome. Florence holds a gigantic collection of Renaissance art and the Uffizi Gallery is the foremost place to see it. In addition, Florence is exceptionally suited for enjoying ‘la dolce vita’. Here you can experience the ultimate bliss on one of the many terraces by drinking the best imaginable cappuccino or savouring the perfect pizza.
Flights to Florence for a unique holiday
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The Galleria degli Uffizi is one of the oldest and most famous museums in the world. The entrance is at the corner of the Piazza della Signoria, which for centuries has been the lively centre of Florentine life. At the Galleria degli Uffizi you will find masterpieces by Caravaggio, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, spread over 50 rooms.
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The L-shaped Piazza della Signoria may very well be the world’s most beautiful city square. It is surrounded by several important buildings, including Palazzo degli Uffizi, the oldest art museum in the world, and Palazzo Vecchio, the former palace of the Medicis. This immensely wealthy banking family left a huge mark on the city-state of Florence during the three centuries that the family reigned. A replica of Michelangelo’s David stands just outside the door.
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Swept away as driftwood, rebuilt in stone, ravaged by a storm tide and spared by Hitler: the medieval Ponte Vecchio has a turbulent history. During the Middle Ages, there was such a tremendous shortage of space that homes and shops were built on the bridge, which have survived through the centuries. And the secret passageway from Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’ really exists.
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