- At Night
Birthplace of the Renaissance, Italy’s Florence is a triumph of art, history, and culture. The classical dome of the Duomo, Milan’s cathedral, is the symbol of the city. From here, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the city’s picturesque center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The second jewel of Florence is the Vasari Corridor, a passage built over the famous old bridge to connect the Palazzo Pitti and Palazzo Vecchio: here you can admire several important paintings, and the beautiful view of the city’s river, the Arno.
A must-see for art lovers is the Uffizi Gallery: one of the most famous and important art museums in the world, replete with priceless masterpieces by the Renaissance masters: Raphael, Michelangelo, Giotto, Botticelli, and of course, Leonardo da Vinci.