Florence, the Renaissance City
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When Goethe arrived in the late 1700s, he described the city as a ‘perfectly new and unknown world, opening up before me’.
Everywhere you go, natural beauty intertwines with architectural prowess. As you walk from the Uffizi to the Ponte Vecchio, you will see some of the most impressive buildings of the Italian Renaissance, all framed by lush Tuscan hills, above the delicate, rolling river Arno.
If you’re visiting Italy for the first time — or second, third, fourth or fifth— nothing compares to a tour of Florence, from the best tour guides the city offers
Red frescoes seem as rich and sensuous as a thick wall hanging, all adorned with charming parrots in myriad colours.
Learn more about how this wonky masterpiece altered the course of science forever, through its profound influence on Galileo, the father of modern physics
WHY TAKE A FLORENCE TOUR?
Florence was once the wealthiest city in Italy and, for a time, the most influential place on earth. Florentines set the tone of European culture for centuries that followed, and their influence knows no bounds. Choose one of these tour in Florence and discover the astonishing breadth of Florentine influence. From the development of modern literature, decorative arts and even modern banking – there is no feature of modern life that Florentines haven’t taken a hand in.
One of our Florence tours will take you to some of the most impressive jewels in European civilization’s crown – and help you gain a greater understanding of the exhilarating era in which they were made. Some of the greatest thinkers Europe ever produced – Dante, Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Galileo, Goethe – spent their time in Florence, under the Tuscan sun. Why don’t you follow in their fine footsteps and take one of our Florence tours?
If you are a Cruise passenger, arriving in Livorno or La Spezia, we have wonderful Shore Excursions available for you. Check out our Shore Excursions to Florence and Pisa.
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