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North Italy: One day in Florence

As this year from May 1 till October 31 Milan is hosting a World fair called EXPO, there is one more good reason to visit this city. But visiting North Italy can be even more fulfilling – cities all around Milan is just breathtaking. One day in Florence? Why not! Best design guides prepared a plan, for those who want to see a lot in small time. Let’s begin with romantic Italian spot- Florence.

See also: The Must-Visit Museums In Milan


Visit the Uffizi Gallery

Here it’s a spot where you can find paitings by such artist like Michelangelo or da Vinci. Nevertheless, it’s one of the oldest and most famous art museum of Western World.


Sit at Piazza della Signoria

The Piazza is surrounded by different marvelous sculptures like a „David“ replica, Nettuno and at the Loggia dei Lanzi the statue of Perseus with the head of Medusa and many others. Just sit on the steps and admire!


Visit San Lorenzo’s market

The oldest and largest food market of Florence will amaze you by it’s the freshest products and possibility to try anything that catch your attention.



Eat a Panino con Lampredotto

It’s a local  delicacy and you can it this only in Florence. So even thought the sandwich with abomasus might sound strange, give it a try, locals claim it’s really delicious!


Visit the Duomo

Visiting Filippo Brunelleschi Duomo is a must-do thing in Florence. The other thing what you should do here is climb to its top. But be aware that it’s not so easy, 463 steps are just ahead!




Cross The Ponte Vecchio

The bridge is distinguished because of it being the only remaining bridge to have houses and bridge on it. Moreover, it’s probably the most photographed landmark of Florence.


See the sunset from Piazzale Michelangelo

Piazzale Michelangelo is most famous square in Florence with a magnificent panoramic view of the city. It’s the view you can see on many postcards, what is the best prove about it being spectacular.


Finishing with Santo Spirito

Santo Spiritio is more of a locals’ neighbourhood so the atmosphere you will breathe here is absolutely different. Here you will find a good local coffee places, a local market, young people strolling around and nearby some of the cheapest restaurants of the town.


See also: 5 Best Places To Eat Brunch In Milan

Visiting Florence in one day, may have sounded like a challenge, but not anymore! Best design guides hope have proved you that it’s possible and even very entertaining!

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