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Florence is the capital city of the Italian region Tuscany and the most populous city of it as well. The people of Florence are called Florentines or Fiorentino. Spread on the banks of the Arno between the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian seas middle of the Italian peninsula nearly a third of world’s art treasures resides here. The city bustles with industry, crafts, art, culture and commerce which all make it a happening city to visit and enjoy a fun-packed holiday. So fly to Florence now which is easily accessible from most of the important places both in Italy and abroad.
It seems that the entire city is a showcase of Italian Renaissance as it has an illustrious collection of iconic churches, museums, landmarks, art galleries etc. You need to plan your sightseeing tour of Florence if you don’t want to miss the highlights of this beautiful city which has made Florence one of Europe’s most popular destinations. Walking is the best way to explore the beauty of the city and its amazing attractions. Start your tour to this amazing destination with a visit to Piazza Duomo and a group of buildings that form the cathedral complex which forms the world’s greatest artistic treasures. Spanning the Arno River, the Ponte Vecchio is one of the Florence’s oldest and most photogenic bridges which are renowned for its three segmented arches. The most striking feature is the line of the jewellery shops flanked along each of its edges. If possible visit it at night and enjoy the stunning views when lights from the bridges are reflected upon the water. Just don’t wait! Book your flights to Florence now as there is so much to see and enjoy.
You just can’t afford to miss a visit to Uffizi Gallery which is considered as one of the world’s greatest art museums located off the Piazza Della Signoria showcases the stunning collection of Renaissance art treasures. Spend your evening at Piazza Della Signoria, serving an important center for politics and the site of several historic episodes. It is surrounded by some of the top attractions like Palazzo Vecchio, the Uffizi Museum, the Palazzo Uguccioni, the Loggia de Lanzi etc. The square is adorned with some notable sculptures like the replica of Michelangelo’s Statue of David, the Fountain of Neptune, Hercules and Cacus along with Perseus with the Head of Medusa. Situated in the center the Basilic di San Lorenzo is one of the oldest churches and was the burial place of all the principal member of the Medici family is a pure Renaissance neo-classical splendour. Other must see attractions of Florence include Santa Corce Church, San Miniato al Monte and Piazza della Republica etc.
There are various airlines that offer flights from London to Florence Peretola are Vueling, Alitalia, SWISS, Blue Air and KLM. The cheapest flight route between the cities is London Gatwick-Florence Peretola. There are 56 nonstop flights between these two cities averaging 7 per day. British Airways with 3 daily flights, CityJet and Vueling with one flight per day are the most frequent flyers on this route. From London to Florence Saturday is the cheapest day to fly whereas Thursday is the most expensive day.
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