Party Earth Review Overlooking the skyline of Florence is Fiesole, a small hill town that offers some of the most breathtaking views of the city at sunset. A quick bus trip lets passengers out at Piazza Garibaldi, from where they need only follow the signs up Via San Francesco. Although the ten-minute walk is a bit steep, trekkers are rewarded ... more
Reviewed by Shelby G.
"My Take: Florence has the reputation for being a European shopping hub and Via dei Cazaiuoli is the reason. Lined with a wide range of stores, cafes, ..." more
Via dei Calzaiuoli
Reviewed by Kayla D.
"While leaving in Firenze, I decided to spend three days at varying times, in Piazza della Repubblica. This is what I discovered. Day 1-While the Piaz ..." more
50123 Florence, Italy
Party Earth Review The Chianti region, located about twenty miles south of Florence, is a beautiful area famous for its red wines and picturesque panoramas and makes for a wonderful day trip away from the city. The region contains numerous vineyards, both world-renowned and underground, where visitors can take tours and sample different wines ... more
South of Florence
Party Earth Review One of Florence’s most famous landmarks, Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) is a structural masterpiece that has been home to merchants and traders since at least 1345 – though the medieval butcher shops have since been replaced by jewelers, art dealers, and souvenir sellers. While hordes of tourists pack Ponte Vecchio during the ... more
Party Earth Review A massive stone piazza that stretches from the steps of the Basilica Santa Croce to the street, Piazza Santa Croce is a refreshing open area featuring beautiful frescoes, an impressive statue of Dante Alighieri, and plenty of renaissance Florentine architecture, all of which can be admired from the scattered stone benches ... more
Piazza Santa Croce
Party Earth Review Perched atop a hill on the south side of the Arno, Piazzale Michelangelo offers a breathtakingly expansive view of Florence, making it a popular spot for residents and tourists alike. The front of the Piazzale looks out over the Palazzo Vecchio, Duomo, and beyond to the hills of Fiesole. Though the place is usually over ... more
Party Earth Review One of the most famous gardens in the world, Boboli sits on a picturesque hill overlooking the south of Florence and is an incredible place to spend an afternoon. A short uphill trek at the entrance leads to some breathtaking views of the city, while further along visitors will find lush grassy areas and private nooks ... more
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