Virtual tour of Florence Italy - Our top 9 favorites spots in the city. - (October 2020)

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Virtual tour of Florence Italy - In this video, we want to highlight our eight favorites spots in the beautiful city of Florence, Italy. The 9th pick ...

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Virtual tour of Florence Italy - In this video, we want to highlight our eight favorites spots in the beautiful city of Florence, Italy. The 9th pick of our Virtual tour of Florence, Italy, is Piazzale Michelangelo. From this hill, you can admire all city. It is one of the best views of Florence. Also, you can see a replica of Michelangelo's David.
Number 8th of our virtual tour is the Boboli Gardens. These massive gardens are located behind Palazzo Pitti, the residence of the Grand Duke of Tuscany. They represent one of the best examples of Renaissance gardens.
Our 7th pick of the Virtual Tour of Florence is Santa Croce church. This is the biggest Franciscan convent in Florence, and it is the burial place of some of the most famous Italians, such as Galileo, Michelangelo, and Macchiavelli.
By now, you might work out an appetite. For this reason, the 6th pick of our virtual tour is the San Lorenzo Market, the perfect spot for a typical Tuscan lunch or to buy some Tuscan Specialities.
Number 5th on our list is Michelangelo's David. This iconic statue is located in the Galleria Dell'Accademia. Originally it was in front of Palazzo Vecchio where now you can see a replica. Our number 4 pick of this Virtual Tour of Florence is the Uffizi Gallery. This massive paint gallery is one of the most famous in Italy and in the World. Here you can see masterpieces from Botticelli, Rafael, Leonardo, and many, many others.
Our Virtual Tour of Florence continues with pick number 3 Ponte Vecchio. This iconic bridge is the oldest in Florence, and it is a great place to buy jewels. Continuing in our virtual tour, we have number 2 Piazza della Signoria. This was the political center of Florence and Tuscany with Palazzo Vecchio (Todays used as City Hall). Number 1 on our tour of Florence is the Duomo. This iconic church is a masterpiece with its white, red, and green marble facade and the huge dome by Brunelleschi.
We hope you enjoyed our Virtual Tour of Florence; if you have any questions, leave a comment below.
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