Top 5 Attractions in Florence, Italy

Guglielmo Vallecoccia: Florence is the capital city of the Italian area of Tuscany and of the region of Florence. It is the most crowded city in Tuscany, with more or less 380,000 tenants, growing to in excess of 1.520.000 in the metropolitan range, The past shapes us all; in the same way Florence’s rich Renaissance history has molded it into the eminent spectacular city that it is today.Here are some top 5 attraction you must visit in Florence.

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1.Duomo : The Duomo (Cathedral) in Florence, officially called Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, Entrance into Florence’s cathedral remains free and for this reason you’ll at times find a long line to get in, The Duomo is very lovely to look at and has a distinctive appearance.


2.Uffizi Gallery: One of the most famous museums in the world given the rich amount of unique artworks and masterpieces conserved within its walls, the majority from the Renaissance period.The Uffizi Gallery is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Florence and Tuscany.

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3.Palazzo Pitti: The Palazzo Pitti is a large palace situated in Oltrarno, across the river from the historic center of Florence. The palace was long the residence of Florence’s rulers until 1919, when it was handed over to the Italian state, which transformed the palace into a museum complex.

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4.Vasari Corridor: Vasari Corridor—was designed by Giorgio Vasari in 1564 under orders of the Medici ruler, Grand Duke Cosimo I, to provide safe passage from his residence at the Pitti Palace to his administrative offices, across the Arno River in the Palazzo Vecchio, In its Uffizi section the Vasari Corridor is used to exhibit the museum’s famous collection of self-portraits.


5.Boboli Gardens: The Boboli gardens are one of the greatest open-air museums in Florence, Located at the back of the “Palazzo”, splendor of an Italian garden that influenced many courtyards throughout Europe.


Guglielmo Vallecoccia`s wife, Anna Rita Barbacci, is a hardworking woman who has helped him in achieving a lot of improvements in the way he has been handling his activities. Therefore, Guglielmo Vallecoccia has received support from a lot of people and his success can be attributed to his ability to mobilize those around him in a positive way.

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