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Florence Holidays

The Tuscan capital of Florence is a city made by art lovers for art lovers. The Renaissance took its first steps here in the 15th century, painting the city with architectural wonders like the Palazzo Pitti and Uffizi Gallery.

Climb to the top of Florence Cathedral – Il Duomo – to admire a skyline sculpted from Gothic towers, domes and terracotta rooftops. That’s where you’ll also discover how small Florence is. Best explored by foot, you can easily wander the UNESCO-listed city centre in a day.

Had your fill of Michelangelos and da Vincis? It’s time to explore Florence’s other love – food. Finish off your day with a Florentine steak or settle down with a glass of Chianti sourced straight from the Tuscan countryside.

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Useful Information

Resort Code: ITFL

Languages spoken:

Time difference: GMT+1

Currency: EUR

  • from£1804pp
  • Maximum Group Size: 26
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Begin this fantastic tour in the magical city of Venice, where you’ll learn about its history and sample its food and its wine. Next you’ll head to Florence, where you’ll experience the local delicacies before ending in Rome, a centre of culture and religion. This small group tour allows you to experience the highlights of each of the cities as well as heading off the beaten track with authentic activities.

  • from£375pp
  • 34 rooms
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A hotel filled with charm boasting many original features and part of the historical back drop of Florence.

  • from£489pp
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With its superb location on the pedestrianised 'Via Tournabuoni' where there is a wide range of trendy shops nearby as well as the railway station for easy travel to other areas.

  • from£434pp
  • 55 rooms
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This 19th century palazzo has recently been upgraded to create a stylish, centrally located 4 star hotel with stunning rooftop views of the surrounding area.

  • from£591pp
  • 96 rooms
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Nestled in a small and unassuming side street next to the Duomo sits the breathtaking Hotel Brunelleschi. Named for the famed designer Filippo Brunelleschi, this fascinating building is home to the Pagliazza Tower which is the oldest standing landmark in the city and boasts an enviable location just metres from the Duomo and plethora of boutiques, galleries and Michelin starred restaurants.

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Nestled in the Fiesole Hills with views over the city and into the Chianti hills beyond, this former medieval monastery captures the romance of Florence.

  • from£423pp
  • 192
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A stunning hotel in the heart of Florence with a roof terrace that offers unrivalled views over the city.

  • from£663pp
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A central, contemporary hotel with elegant rooms and a superb rooftop bar boasting panoramic city views.

  • from£542pp
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A charming town house in the centre of Florence, perfectly located in the city's historical and cultural heart.

  • from£335pp
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This charming former Palazzo offers good value for money, located in central Florence.  

Things To Do

Maggio Musicale Fiorento Festival ( 2 May - 26 June) 

Since its inception in 1928, the Stabile Orchestrale Fiorentina have brought Opera to the streets of Florence each year resulting in one of the oldest cultural events in the city. With its Shakespearean dramas performed by the Maggio Dance ballet company and stunning concertos from the likes of Wolf and Rossini, this is a truly unmissable event. 

Uffizi Gallery

This impressive gallery is home to over 1,800 pieces of artwork with some of the most important pieces from the Renaissance period.

Florence Cathedral

Dominating Florence’s skyline, the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore is best known for the iconic dome designed by Brunelleschi.

Accademia Gallery

Accademia is best known for housing Michaelangelo’s David but there’s so much more than this, making it a must-do experience.

Boboli Gardens

Funded by the Medici family, these lovely gardens are home to impressive statues and monuments as well as dramatic lagoons.

Ponte Vecchio

One of the world’s most famous bridges is filled with stalls selling some of the finest jewellery in the city and has rich history.

As the capital of Tuscany, Florence is the perfect way to kick off a road trip around this picturesque region. Pair it with cities like Siena or Montecatini, or head further south to the more remote Val d’Orcia.

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