The cathedral, the baptistery, the bell tower, Palazzo Vecchio and Ponte Vecchio: here you will find the heart of the city, which is all about it.
A cosy authentic neighbourhood full of small shops and studios. Visit Borgo San Frediano for an aperitif or dinner.
San Lorenzo & San Marco
Especially popular among students and tourists. Here you will find a walhalla of street food and Michelangelo's famous David .
This working-class neighbourhood is known for its vibrant nightlife and a remarkable church. Head to Via dei Neri for the best street food.
Santa Maria Novella
If you come to Florence by public transport, this is the first district you will become acquainted with. A mix between shabby and chic.
This district is known for its chic shops. Great for an hour of (window) shopping among the best-dressed Florentines.
A cosy neighbourhood for aperitivo or dinner. You also have great views of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo here.
A bustling district, especially in the morning. Here you can stroll around the markets or have breakfast at the bar of one of the cafes.
Florence's 'Rive Gauche'. Here you will find typical artisans, quaint shops and the city's main garden.
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