In a country with as much to see and do as Italy, knowing your plans ahead of time is important. It may feel as if one day in any city is not enough time, but a day trip from Rome or Venice is an excellent way to see the best of Florence. The itinerary below helps you make the most of your time, or, if you rather have us handle the details, check out the Florence in a Day Tour.
The Statue of David has been drawing people to Florence to witness all of its glory since it has been created. Standing at 17 feet tall, many are fascinated by this grandeur statue and its brilliant maker. Although there are three Statue of Davids located throughout Florence, only one is legitimate. Michelangelo’s David stands proudly in the Galleria dell’Accademia and he is waiting to be visited by you.
Home to beloved towns such as Florence and Siena, the Tuscany region is a staple when exploring wine in Italy. And, as most travelers know, a trip to Italy simply is not complete without delicious wine. When travelers envision their trips to Italy, many know they want to visit vineyards and drink delicious vino. However, they may not know the best places to do so. In this guide, you can discover the best sites and wineries in Tuscany.