Florence in Two Days
Florence surely is the most beautiful city in the entire world. And, the major Florence tourist attractions are great historical monuments and magnificent structures that are true masterpieces. In addition, this beautiful city has a rich history, and the United Nations have stated this city as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Also, this city is famously known as City of Lilies, and Jewel of Tuscan region. The very famous Florence tourist attraction Piazza della Signoria is situated right in the heart of the historic centre of the city is the main square of the town surrounded by forbidding Palazzo Vecchio. In addition, the sculptures of this square stood with fiercely contradictory political connotations of the city's history. Furthermore, some most beautiful statues are placed at the entrance of Piazza della Signoria which fascinates the visitors. The statue of David by Michelangelo is a must see and is considered one of the major Florence tourist attractions, this incomparable work of art stands right in the front entrance of Palazzo Vecchio. In addition, on the other side of entrance there is a statue of powerful Hercules by Baccio Bandinelli, these adorable statues have always been beloved by tourists. This guide covers a short two-days visit to Florence, Italy. There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions. The guide contains links to the web sites of train and air travel companies, so you can check the latest schedule. It also has instructions on how to arrive to Florence with a car. It has also listing of many reviews for the best recommended restaurants that are at walking distance from the location where lunch or dinner are planned.
- Paperback | 64 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.81mm | 149.68g
- 04 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
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About Enrico Massetti
Enrico Massetti was born in Milano. Now he lives in Washington DC, USA, but he regularly visit his hometown, and enjoys going around all the places in his home country. Enrico can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.