Santa Maria del Fiore: Dominating the panoramic view of Florence is the Santa Maria del Fiore, the domed cathedral that is often called the Duomo. Known today as the world’s largest masonry dome, this majestic cathedral features 600 years worth of stunning architecture and art works.
Ponte Vecchio: Spanning the Arno River, the Ponte Vecchio is one of Florence’s oldest and most photographed bridges. Noted for its three segmented arches, The bridge’s most striking feature is the line of high-end jewelry shops flanking along each of its edges.
Uffizi Gallery: Regarded today as one of the world’s greatest art museums, the Uffizi Gallery is located off the Piazza della Signoria.
Piazza della Signoria: Serving over the centuries as an important center for politics and the site of several historic episodes. Is a beautiful square where the tourists can visit remarkable places like the Palazzo Vecchio, the Uffizi Museum, the Palazzo Uguccioni, the Loggia de Lanzi and the nearby Ponte Vecchio bridge.
This town square is also a treasure trove of notable sculptures such as Michelangelo’s Statue of David, the Fountain of Neptune, Hercules and Cacus as well as Perseus with the Head of Medusa.