Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is also its cultural center and the most populated city in the region.
For many years, Florence has been the cradle of culture and art, a urban epicenter where The Renaissance was born. Birhplace of many of the most important and most influential people in the history of humanity, such as Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Florence has known to keep its splendorous past untouched. Its historic center has been declared heritage of humanity. The most important medieval and renaissance architectural masterpieces are The Santa María del Fiore, The Ponte Vecchio, The Basilica di Santa Croce, The Palazzo Vecchio and museums such as The Uffizi Gallery, The Bargello Gallery or Gallery of the Academy, where Michelangelo's David is at.
It can be also considered an open-air museum since you can find squares such as Piazzale Michelangelo, a place with the best view of the city; Piazza della Signoria, the most important, decorated and well-known in Florence and Piazza del Duomo, the most iconic picture of Florence. In this magestic city, you can also find one of the most enchanting and famous bridges in the world: The Ponte Vecchio.
Thanks to its florentine art and architecture, this city receives thousands of tourists every year ready to get delighted with its beauty.