Florence Attractions

Top Things to Do in Florence

Things to Do in Florence

Top Attractions in Florence

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What travellers are saying

  • bailiej757
    Seattle, WA341 contributions
    There are many rooms filled with painting and statues so this is a half day activity, plan accordingly. During the tourist season try and go early to avoid the crowds.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • Gus A
    6 contributions
    It was a long walk to reach the location but it was worth it. We loved it. We should’ve arrived earlier though LOL
    Written 20 May 2022
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  • Shelly2008
    Texas74 contributions
    Absolutely unreal the history and feel of this place when walking in and seeing and reading about Michelangelo and all the other artists and sculptors.
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • TwoNamesTacoma
    Tacoma, WA27 contributions
    Beautiful outside. However, the price to enter was a bit steep and the line too long for our tired bodies. We've been in side dozens of old cathedrals, so we skipped this one. We were there on a Saturday, so it might be less crowed during the week.
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • Melanie
    Trevignano Romano, Italy47 contributions
    Beautiful! A definite have to in Firenze. It was under some construction but beautiful! There are several entrances (church, bell tower ect).
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • TennesseeCounsel
    Knoxville85 contributions
    I accepted the challenge and with sons and daughters-in-laws we climbed to the top with pictures to prove it.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • Carlos R
    Seville, Spain220 contributions
    Very nice place to visit, but the admission ticket is just too expensive – especially when compared to the price of other attractions in Florence.
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • Yann Renaud
    Switzerland596 contributions
    I would storngly advice viisting the Cupola, to get a better view of the ceuiling of it, and a great view of the city. Note that you'll have to climb the more than 400 stairs and that only the Brunelleschi ticket (30€) gives access to the Cupola.
    Written 3 April 2022
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  • Thomas M
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands212 contributions
    This is the museum for me in Florence. The amount of masterpieces is extraordinary and seeing Madonna Della Seggiola by Raphael in real life, WOW!!

    Tip: You can easily reserve a ticket via their website. Saves a lot of time when your there.
    Written 16 May 2022
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  • Melanie
    Trevignano Romano, Italy47 contributions
    The Piazza that this fountain is in, is full of other statues ect! Restaurants, bars and stores everywhere! A definite must see in Firenze bucket list! Yes, I threw a coin in the fountain
    Happy Travels
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • Madeline
    Oxford, UK29 contributions
    We sat in the garden below the church in a little field of daisies. We spent hours here eating strawberries, chatting, napping and listening to music. This is FREE (that is for you college students) and was probably one of the best things I did on my whole vacation.
    Written 17 April 2022
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  • Fiesole44
    Barcelona, Spain16 contributions
    I go here every time I visit Florence. Wonderful variety of cuisines available, and very goo quality, combined with good prices.
    Great atmosphere and good people all over.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • Louis C
    14 contributions
    This museum has been totally upgraded and re-staged over the last several years. The display of art work is far more coherent, and the far easier to appreciate than the former, somewhat hodge-podge display. I was very impressed with the improvements. It’s no Uffizi, but it is definitely worth a visit.
    Written 4 November 2021
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  • Lili B
    3 contributions
    Waited quite a bit to enter the tower but it was worth it. I wish they had better signage to point you towards the top level as the stairs are sometimes hidden within the columns. If you are sensitive to loud noises, I would not recommend going during the middle of the day as I did (at noon). The views were incredible from every level, and totally worth going up the steps. I would mention, for anyone claustrophobic, it does get very tight towards the top.
    Written 20 April 2022
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  • Cannuckk
    Langley, Canada316 contributions
    My enjoyment of this museum was predicated on a couple of things. First, I had the benefit of downloading to my iPhone beforehand a free walking tour of the museum from Rick Steves Audio Europe, which went a long way towards educating a fine art novice like myself, why the frescos and altarpieces I was looking at were Important art treasures.
    Secondly, I had watched the Netflix drama Medici, whose second season featured the historical character Savonarola, a former resident of the Convent and thorn in the side of the Medici family, whose living quarters are featured on the upper floor of the museum.
    Both of these background sources if you wish to access them may help the casual visitor.
    If you use the suggested audio tour, which is just under an hour long, reserve some additional time to read the posted narrative signs and enjoy exhibits not especially featured in the tour. I had only allocated a bit over an hour to see the museum, and wished I had allowed for more.
    The 8 euro admission cost is a relative bargain.
    Written 29 October 2021
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