Florence is an artistic city. In fact, it’s not wrong to say that Florence is the place where art and history come together. The rarest examples of the world famous Italian Renaissance are known to exist in this city. Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), Pitti Palace and many other architectural structures are housed in this city.
The city of Florence, built around the Arno River, is also the capital of the Toska region in northern Italy. It is also one of the few trade centers in Europe. The history of the city of Florence, where Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci lived, has survived to the present day as a result of Machiavelli’s books.
Walking around this city is like a time travel. You can stroll through the Florentine Boboli Gardens or sip your coffee on the Michelangelo Hill and enjoy a view of Historic Florence accompanied by the river.