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Florence In 3 Days: The Ultimate Itinerary

Day 1

A Beautiful Florentine Day

Day 1 - Morning

Florence Duomo

The cathedral is extremely large and beautiful, with a captivating pink, white and green facade. If you're feeling adventurous, climb the campanile for breath taking views of Florence!

Day 1 - Noon

Fontana del Porcellino

After that, go to the Porcellino Fountain which is by the Mercato Nuovo's arches. According to a local story, you'll have good luck if you put a coin in the pig's mouth and rub its nose!

Day 1 - Evening

Piazzale Michelangelo

While you'll get wonderful views of Florence no matter when you visit Piazzale Michelangelo, the ideal time to go for this experience is at the end of the day as the sun is setting.

Day 2

Where Culture Meets Art

Day 2- Morning

Piazza della Signoria

Piazza della Signoria is an L-shaped square located in front of the Palazzo Vecchio. It was once, and still is today, the centre point of Florentine politics.

Day 2 - Noon

Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most renowned art galleries in Italy. The museum houses a valuable collection of priceless works, particularly during the Italian Renaissance era.

Day 2- Evening

The Accademia Gallery

The Accademia Gallery, which houses Michelangelo's David, is well-known for housing a significant collection of paintings by Florentine artists, particularly from the 1300s to 1600s.

Day 3

A Touch Of Renaissance Brilliance

Day 3 - Morning

Boboli Gardens

The Boboli Gardens showcase what is known as an 'Italian Garden', and contain many ancient and Renaissance statues throughout the park. The property spans 45,000 square meters of land.

Day 3 - Noon

Ponte Vecchio

Take a stroll across the Ponte Vecchio to wind down. The Arno River runs beneath this medieval, stone closed, segmental arch bridge that spans the river.

Day 3 - Evening

Pitti Palace

The Pitti Palace, located in Florence's medieval center, was created for Luca Pitti in the 15th century by Filippo Brunelleschi. The palace now serves as the city's main museum complex, with clear Renaissance influences.

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