Piazza Della Signoria
When you visit Florence, you can’t help but wonder about all the amazing buildings and structures found everywhere in the city. What makes the city so amazing is the masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture made by some of the top artists of all times. This art can also be found in the public squares where they are on display for all to see and appreciate. This L-shaped square in front of Palazzo Vecchio is regarded by tourists as one of the must-see places in the whole of Florence. It was the focal point of the Florentine republic and played a major role in politics and society. Piazza Della Signoria offers a magical atmosphere with galleries, restaurants, monuments, and stores. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazza SS Annunziata
Here is a piazza with large space for people to hang around and have a taste of the soul of Florence city. It’s named after the church of Annunziata, which is situated at the head of the square. Italian sculpture, Pietro Tacca, is credited for creating the artworks in this square. There are not many activities for tourists in this Piazza. It is popular for its architecture and history and that’s why worth visiting it. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazza Santa Maria Novella
This large square in the center of Florence has a green garden and surrounded by beautiful buildings. Some of the buildings include Basilica of Santa Maria Novella and Museo Nazionale Alinari Della Fotografia. Piazza Santa Maria Novella is the cultural centre of the city as many museums and galleries are located in this area of Florence. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazzale Michelangelo is a 19th-century piazza credited for having the best panoramic view of Florence. It has copies of the Michelangelo’s sculptures which are expectedly stunning. All around the piazza are important buildings of history waiting for visitors to explore. A place not to miss while visiting Florence. You will enjoy the stunning view of the Santa Maria Del Fiore and you will admire the beautiful historic Florence. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazza Della Repubblica
Many years ago Piazza Della Repubblica used to be the site of a forum and ghetto before new improvements swept it away. After that, it became an important site that attracts tourists, because of the buildings, shops, and restaurants that surround it. Also, it has a carousel and is frequented by musicians and other performers. Piazza Della Republica brings together many activities for both tourists and locals. It is the first site you could see when entering the old town of Florence. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazza Santa Croce
Piazza Santa Croce is named after the basilica of Santa Core and large enough to accommodate many people at the same time. What makes this place special are the shops selling quality Italian products. You can also come here if you’re hungry as there are food stalls all over the place. It is the perfect spot in the city to taste traditional Italian food while enjoying your stay there. It is definitely a must-see Piazza in Florence. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazza Santo Spirito
Beautiful plaza with lovely trees, beaches to sit, and exciting local lifestyle. There are many places here to get a cup of coffee or a restaurant to eat your lunch or breakfast. Many visitors used to go there for a relaxed walk or for having a calm day from the busy city centre. The restaurants there definitely worth it. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
If you haven’t been to Piazza del Duomo, your adventure in the city of Florence is not complete. It’s one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world with more than 4.5 million visitors yearly. It is filled with stunning architecture, like the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, which is the largest building in medieval Europe. It is crowded especially during the day but it is a place you have to visit while being there. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazza San Marco
It’s a beautiful place you will be glad to visit. You can sit down on the beach and enjoy local beverage served in the nearby market. It is home to the statue of Monument to Generale Manfredo Fanti, who is noted for his efforts in Italy’s battle for independence. Nothing much to see there, but if you are walking around it is a nice place to visit. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Piazza San Lorenzo
This city square has so much to offer visitors including the Basilica of San Lorenzo. Apart from quality restaurants, it’s also near the open-air market and Medici chapels where you can go and see the works of Michelangelo. If you are keen on architecture and arts, this is definitely the perfect place for you.