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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.


Guest22 March 2018

More things to do in Florence

#19Visit Palazzo Pitti in FlorenceVisit Palazzo Pittioddviser

Explore the rooms of the Palazzo Pitti, the largest building in Florence, look at masterpieces by Rubens and Raphael and have a rest in the gardens of Boboli.

#9Try florentines in FlorenceTry florentinesoddviser

Try divine Italian cookies with almond petals, named in honor of the village near beautiful Florence.

#20Visit Dante's House Museum in FlorenceVisit Dante's House Museumoddviser

In the very center of Florence there is a house. This is a place where outstanding Italian poet Dante Alighieri wrote his world famous "Divine Comedy".

4Dante Alighieri House Museum
#5Try the Florentine steak in FlorenceTry the Florentine steakoddviser

Juicy meat roasted to black on top, but the bright pink inside, is made of a rare type of beef and is very popular among locals.

#35Buy perfume in an ancient pharmacy in FlorenceBuy perfume in an ancient pharmacyoddviser

Bring a little joy to your life and let yourself feel as a queen wearing Catherine de Medici's favourite perfume.

120Pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella
#15Go through Porta Romana in FlorenceGo through Porta Romanamila

After passing under the famous Roman gate, opening the way to Rome you will see the "something" is located next to them.

FREEPorta Romana
#17Find the secret passage in the Buontalenti Grotto in FlorenceFind the secret passage in the Buontalenti GrottoAbarrane

Go down to the grotto and find the secret passage to the Ponte Vecchio.

#30Buy antiques at the flea market in FlorenceBuy antiques at the flea marketoddviser

In a secret place in Florence you can buy vintage, antique and very unusual things at the most attractive prices.

Flea market on Piazza dei Ciompi
#32Taste chocolate in Gilli confectioner's shop in FlorenceTaste chocolate in Gilli confectioner's shopoddviser

While walking around Florence, pop into Gilli confectioner's shop and indulge yourself with the best sweets in the city.

8Caffe Gilli
#22See the death mask of Dante in FlorenceSee the death mask of Dantemaxwell

In the Palazzo Vecchio you will find the death mask of Dante, which is going to see many of his admirers.

10Palazzo Vecchio
#27Climb to the dome of the cathedral in FlorenceClimb to the dome of the cathedraloddviser

Rise in the dome of the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore and see Florence from the bird's eye view.

8Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore
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