Florence

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From ancient times, Florence was an important city and now we can observe the evidence of all that period of history; Florence is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance therefore it is the most influential in artistic and architectural matters in Europe and across the world; it also has an impact in music, religion, fashion and science. Created by the Romans and extended by the Empire, Florence was a centre for finances and became one of the richest cities. Florence offers a range of options for tourists; its historic centre has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and it is now one of the most desirable places to visit in Europe. Among its touristic attractions we find the Cathedral of Florence, The Gardens in Florence, Museums which feature a wide range of art collections, most of them from the Renaissance Period.For cheap accommodation visit www.lastbeds.com A visit to Florence will provide you with unforgettable experiences, such as the spectacular 360-degree view of the city, after climbing almost 415 steps to the top of the Campanile; Shopping in the most important shops in the world, you’ll find David, the most famous statue of Michelangelo, and other important artworks recognized worldwide. Florence is located in the heart of the region of Tuscany; its territory extends through the River Arno, between the Adriatic and the Tyrrhenian seas. Florence is considered as one of the most populated cities in the country, it is also one of the most important provinces around Italy due to its numerous museums, ancient buildings, squares and shops besides other significant attractions that make Florence one of the most visited places around the globe.

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