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Walk around Piazza Duomoin Florence, Italy

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Early in the morning or late in the evening come to the main square of the city and stroll amidst the most famous sights of Florence.
How to walk around Piazza Duomo in Florence
On Piazza del Duomo, Florence's main square, where are concentrated the most beautiful buildings of the city, it is best to walk in the early morning or late evening, when the tourists are very few, and you can enjoy the majesty of this place to the fullest.

In the Piazza del Duomo there are cozy cafes and restaurants where you can try the Florentine kitchen, sitting at a table in front of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.

In the evenings there are live concerts by street musicians, and in the midst of the fun you can even dance.

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#2Piazza del Duomo in FlorencePiazza del Duomo

The city's main square, where in one place gathered luxury buildings of Florence, and where always you can see crowds of travelers.

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#27Climb to the dome of the cathedral in FlorenceClimb to the dome of the cathedraloddviser

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