is the most immediate way to get to know the artistic and architectural richness of the city. Florence Historic Center is entirely inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List, it retains a unique charm in the world, we'll find out by visiting the most famous places but also lesser known ones, rich in history and traditions.
Starting from the Roman origins of Florence we will retrace together its thousand-year history, moving from the area where once stood the ancient Roman forum up to the "religious center" of the city, with its beautiful Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. Here we will admire the majestic Dome of Brunelleschi, Giotto's Bell Tower and the austere Baptistery of San Giovanni.
Through narrow lanes we will then cross the medieval district, where Dante Alighieri lived and met his beloved Beatrice. Ancient towers and lively shops characterize this part of Florence that will lead us to the spectacular Piazza della Signoria, a veritable open-air museum.
The facade of Palazzo Vecchio dominates one side of the square, flanked by the colossal Fountain of Neptune and the Equestrian Monument of Cosimo I. Under the Loggia della Signoria we will admire some of the most famous Renaissance sculptural masterpieces. Through the Uffizi Square we will then arrive along the banks of the Arno river to reach Ponte Vecchio: the most ancient and characteristic bridge of Florence.