Sightseeing Transfer In Florence
While visiting Florence, we advise you to take a long getaway as it’s impossible to soak up everything the magnificent city offers. From a bunch of churches lingering around the city, glorifying its image in world history or its small but eye-catching sights such as Ponte Vecchio and Brunelleschi's Dome. Book your Florence sightseeing tours, Florence airport taxi, Florence private taxi, or private transfer with Rydeu today and make the most out of your trip to this beautiful city.
Additionally, if you're arriving at Florence International Airport and looking for a hassle-free way to get to your hotel or accommodation, you can book a Florence airport transfer or airport taxi with Rydeu. If you want a more personalized experience, you can book a Florence sightseeing tour with a local tour company. A knowledgeable guide will take you to the city's most famous landmarks and provide you with a detailed history of each site. Consider booking a Vespa tour for a unique and exciting way to see Florence. You can ride through the city's narrow streets and see famous sites like the Ponte Vecchio and Piazza del Duomo.
A walking tour is a great way to explore Florence's historic center and see its famous landmarks up close. Many walking tours also include stops at local markets and shops, where you can try local foods and buy souvenirs. No matter which option you choose, be sure to plan ahead and book your sightseeing airport transfer in advance to ensure availability and avoid disappointment.
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Battistero di San Giovanni
This 12th century magical baptistery is nothing less than a consummate price of an art from inside out. From the marble facades to the mosaics present in the inside of this Baptistery, everything is crafted so finely that it will blow your mind away. The bronze panels on the doors of the architecture was created by none other than Ghiberti and it is seen to be the finest Bronze work in the history of the world, which is why the gates are also referred to as ‘The gates of Paradise’.
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Piazza Duomo and Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.
If you want to explore the greatest architectural, cultural as well as the historical pride of Italy without having to stroll around the city too much, this is the place that you need to visit. You can start your day out by visiting the beautiful Baptistery, then visit the alluring bell tower, the gigantic cathedral and its surprising museums. Roaming around these renowned places might make you witness the famous arts by some of our all time favourite artists such as Giotto, Michelangelo, Ghiberti and Brunelleschi. To admire the fine marble exteriors, start to walk around the square. The stainless glass work is to be observed keenly when you are done with the exterior beauty and ready to explore the interiors of the place.
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Have you ever wondered about the place from where the postcard shots of the fine, gigantic cathedral are taken? If yes, then we are finally solving the greatest mystery of all the travellers. Piazzale Michelangiolo is a terrace just above the city which is considered to be a must stop for all the tour busses. During the peak season, the place is usually filled with chaos, you can find travellers resting in peace, enjoying the panoramic view of the setting sun, blending perfectly with the beautiful city. Standing at the top will make you realise that the cathedral rules the city’s pride and enhances it by its beauty everyday. You can walk, rent a bike or take a bus to explore the place, filled with greenery and scenic views, this is a must visit.
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Uffizi Palace and Gallery
Calling out all the art lovers to explore one of the finest museums in the world. The collection of the museum is so rare and diversified that everyone must pay a visit regardless of their interest in art. The museum will make you learn about the changes and development that were caused by the artists of the 14th to 16th century. The transition of Byzantine images into the work of renaissance artists is a live example of the shift in art form. The huge building stretches along a serene river and makes it an ideal place even if you want to spend a day slipping into the serenity.
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Loggia dei Lanzi and Piazza della Signoria
It is said that Etruscan and Roman remains have been found beneath the land of Florence which makes it the centre of attraction for all the tourists that visit the city. The beautiful setting makes this place a meeting point for the locals as well as the foreigners. Neptune fountain sits at the centre with Palazzo Vecchio by its side. If you are looking to get clicked with a super cool background, make sure to fill your feed with this place and take your Instagram down by storm.
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Nestled in the heart of the Italian Peninsula, Rome is the capital of the country and one of the most populated cities in Italy. From its rich architecture to rare artefacts, this city is known to possess a history like none other. The picturesque atmosphere, the cold wind blowing and the serene atmosphere is what makes Rome a must-visit place for all the travel fanatics out there. A perfect blend of gothic ruins, jaw-dropping art and lively nights, Rome sets an exemplary example for a place about how it should entertain its travellers.
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This city is located near the historic city of Ravenna. The city is known to be the "city of canals" and is debatably one of the most beautiful cities to be found in Italy. The city is full of impressive bridges, architecture, and a lot of canals. The city has pleasant weather and the best time to visit the city is in the months of April-June. You can easily hire a taxi from Rydeu to ease your trip from Ravenna to Venice.
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Verona is known for its rich antiquities that belong to the times of the Roman Era and is most popular for the love story of Romeo and Juliet. Verona is one of the sites listed by UNESCO, which implies that the city has a rich cultural heritage and, if you wish to visit the city, then a period of three days would be more than enough to cover the whole town. Verona can be easily accessed from Ravenna via a taxi or a train. So, if you're visiting Ravenna, make sure that you pay a visit to the incredible city of Verona.
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If you’re into world architecture, you probably already know about the beautiful city of Pisa for it is very famous due to its leaning tower. The architectural history of the city is glorious as well, with more than 20 huge churches and museums, the city requires a lot more attention from its visitors than you think it deserves. Make sure to book a ride from Florence to Pisa with Rydeu and enjoy the scenic views of the surrounding.
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Situated close to Venice, Siena is an exemplary example of time travel. With its gothic buildings and ancient architecture that the town holds, the city loudly gives off a rustic vibe to its visitors. Make sure to witness the horse race that takes place in Sienna along with satisfying your taste buds with the finest cuisine in Italy.
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In the south western direction of Florence is situated this small town of San Gimignano which is renowned for the flowers that it bears. Also referred to as the town of finest flowers, this place is a must visit for all those who want to take a closer look at nature. The medieval architecture is so fine that the place was declared to be a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
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If you are visiting Florence and missing out on a place as beautiful as Assisi, you better have a good excuse for it. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its fine architecture that dominates the city and the hearts of its visitors, not only is Assisi rich in culture and history but it is also famous for it is the home to the renowned patron of Italy, Saint Francis, the basilica for whom is the most visited place in the city.
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If you believe that paradise doesn’t exist on earth, we’d simply say you haven’t explored Cinque Terre yet. If you are looking to stroll through some off beaten tracks and surprisingly alluring coastline with a scene so beautiful that it will take your Instagram by storm, this is the place that you need to visit. Seen to be more of less like the Amalfi Coast, this is kind of laid back and quaint in comparison to the prior one.