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Florence Pictures

Il Duomo picture in Florence
Pitti Palace picture in Florence
Boboli Gardens picture in Florence
Crowds at the Uffizi picture in Florence
Ponte Vecchio  picture in Florence
The Boboli Gardens picture in Florence
Gelato picture in Florence
Scooters picture in Florence
Firenze's Fountain of Neptune picture in Florence
Tasty Italian Treats picture in Florence
Florence Baptistry picture in Florence
Sunset Over Florence picture in Florence
The David picture in Florence
Piazza della Signoria picture in Florence
Bapistry Exterior picture in Florence
Ponte Vecchio at Night picture in Florence
Basilica di Santa Croce picture in Florence
Basilica di Santa Croce Interior picture in Florence
Giotto's Bell Tower picture in Florence
Piazzale Michelangelo View picture in Florence
David in Piazzale Michelangelo picture in Florence
Boboli Gardens Grotto picture in Florence
Duomo View picture in Florence
Uffizi Ceiling picture in Florence
Loggia della Signoria picture in Florence
The Acaddemia picture in Florence
Pitti Palace picture in Florence
Boboli Gardens Hill picture in Florence
Piazza Della Signoria Night picture in Florence
Ponte Vecchio by Boat picture in Florence

The Duomo is easily recognized by its massive red dome. zodebala Getty Images

Six musuems, including the Boboli Gardens, comprise the Palazzo Pitti Sean Shen / EyeEm Getty Images

Originally, these beautiful gardens belonged to the Boboli Family; it wasn't until the late 18th century that the gates opened to the public. Ash-Photography - www.flickr.com/photos/ashleiggh Getty Images

The Uffuzi is a popular gallery, so it is best to book tickets in advance to avoid waiting in the long line. Snob Mine Olivari / EyeEm Getty Images

This medieval bridge – which crosses the River Arno at its narrowest point – supports numerous jewelry shops. WEKWEK Getty Images

The Boboli Gardens are peppered with sculptures. irisphoto2 Getty Images

I scream, you scream, we all scream for gelato! razvan.orendovici Flickr

Many Italians use scooters instead of cars. alex_kuruz Flickr

You can find the Fountain of Neptune a few blocks north of the Uffizi Gallery. WALTER ZERLA Getty Images

Marzipan  a popular European dessert comes in many different designs. AlaskanDude Flickr

Once you enter the Baptistry, look up. The ceilings are covered in detailed mosaics. mackdaknife Getty Images

There isn't a bad place to catch the sunset in Florence. sorincolac Getty Images

Michelangelo's famous sculpture is housed in the Galleria dell'Accademia. Chetroni Getty Images

Statues line the square of Piazza della Signoria. Toni Almodóvar Escuder Flickr

The exterior of the Bapistry, one of the oldest buildings in the city. Marc Peschke Getty Images

Be prepared for heavy crowds around the Ponte Vecchio at sunset, when the sky's spectacular colors create a perfect photo op. xavierarnau Getty Images

Some say the Santa Croce is home to the most important art collection in all of Italy, including some spectacular frescoes by Giotto. HarshLight Flickr

The interior of the Basilica di Santa Croce is just as intricate as its exterior. Piero M. Bianchi Getty Images

Admire expansive city views from the top of Giotto's Bell Tower. fiorigianluigi Getty Images

Visitors trek up to the Piazzale Michelangelo for spectacular views of the city below. Bonus: It's free. Kino Alyse Getty Images

Statues and city views draw tourists and locals alike to Piazza Michelangelo, especially around sunset. NiccoBando Getty Images

While touring the Boboli Gardens, take time to see the Grotto of Buontalenti, built in the 16th century. Peter Groenendijk Getty Images

For a panoramic view of the city, climb the steps of the Duomo. JaCZhou 2015 Getty Images

Don't forget to look up when touring the Uffizi Gallery. sndr Getty Images

You'll find the Loggia della Signoria on a corner of the Piazza della Signoria. Flavio Veloso Getty Images

The Galleria dell'Accademia is divided into halls. The art museum advises travelers set aside at least two hours to tour its stunning interior. SidneyDiongzon Getty Images

The original Pitti Palace was first built in 1457. elzauer Getty Images

Wear sturdy shoes if you plan to tour the Boboli Gardens – the hills are steep.
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For a break in the crowds that filter through the Piazza della Signoria every day, consider visiting at night. Henglein and Steets Getty Images

To view the famous Ponte Vecchio from the water, consider signing up for a gondola ride down the Arno. Massimo Lama / EyeEm Getty Images

Il Duomo picture in Florence
Pitti Palace picture in Florence
Boboli Gardens picture in Florence
Crowds at the Uffizi picture in Florence
Ponte Vecchio  picture in Florence
The Boboli Gardens picture in Florence
Gelato picture in Florence
Scooters picture in Florence
Firenze's Fountain of Neptune picture in Florence
Tasty Italian Treats picture in Florence
Florence Baptistry picture in Florence
Sunset Over Florence picture in Florence
The David picture in Florence
Piazza della Signoria picture in Florence
Bapistry Exterior picture in Florence
Ponte Vecchio at Night picture in Florence
Basilica di Santa Croce picture in Florence
Basilica di Santa Croce Interior picture in Florence
Giotto's Bell Tower picture in Florence
Piazzale Michelangelo View picture in Florence
David in Piazzale Michelangelo picture in Florence
Boboli Gardens Grotto picture in Florence
Duomo View picture in Florence
Uffizi Ceiling picture in Florence
Loggia della Signoria picture in Florence
The Acaddemia picture in Florence
Pitti Palace picture in Florence
Boboli Gardens Hill picture in Florence
Piazza Della Signoria Night picture in Florence
Ponte Vecchio by Boat picture in Florence

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