Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy’s central region. The city is also famous for its cultural and historical significance. If you marvel around, you’ll see brilliant architectures packed around those from the Roman era, why? Well, according to ancient history, it was once a thriving Roman city.
Indeed, it’s the city where the Renaissance movement started, date backed in the 12th century. It’s one of the world’s most famous towns where notable residents like Machiavelli, Lorenzo Medici, Dante, and Michelangelo used to live. Thus it attracts millions of tourists (an average of 13 million) every year like a magnet.
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Cheer up! There’s always a way to enjoy the beauty of this historical city. Since it’s a live interactive webinar tour, the local guide will escort you around. You’ll see the city’s hot-spot attractions live, like the Florence Cathedral, Giotto’s Campanile, Palazzo Vecchio, and others. You can also ask questions and learn in detail about these stunning places.
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Any tour to this stunning city begins with exploring the Florence Cathedral. It’s a 19th-century treasure-trove building and the world’s most celebrated cathedrals. You’ll be surprised to see the brilliant front facade and the exterior of the Cathedral. Those are having unique polychrome designs made with white, red, and pink marbles, breathtaking! Also, take a close glance at the Last Judgement fresco painting. There’s no word to describe its brilliance. You’ve to see and enjoy it yourself!
Next, the local tour guide will take you for a tour to explore the Giotto’s Campanile. It’s a masterpiece Gothic architecture and the city’s most famous designs. Its built date back in 1334 with colorful polychrome marble decoration. If you want to understand the brilliance of Renaissance art closely, this Giotto’s Campanile is the classic example of it.
There’s a fascinating history behind the Palazzo Vecchio as it’s the city’s most significant religious buildings. From outside, it looks like a castle, but inside, it houses artifacts to wonder you. Don’t forget to pay special attention to the Hercules Room and The Room of Cybele alike.
Ponte Vecchio is the city’s most photographed sites. It’s an old historic bridge that spans over the Arno river. You’ll love to see beautiful shops on both sides of the bridge. While the webinar is on, the local guide will talk a walk over this stunning bridge and enjoy mesmerizing views. Don’t forget to do some virtual shopping, haha!
Baptistery of St. John
The St. John’s Baptistery is, of course, an essential religious building in the city. It’s also the city’s oldest buildings with stunning designs, both from exterior and interior alike. Inside the building, you’ll find a stunning Byzantine-style fresco painting covering it.
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