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Florence Trip Planner
Florence's most important travel experiences and tour collections. Plan a Perfect Trip to Florence

Florence Trip Planner

Florence's most important travel experiences and tour collections. Plan a Perfect Trip to Florence

Plan a Trip to Florence

Create your Florence itinerary in minutes

The capital of the renowned Tuscany region and a real cradle of the Renaissance, irresistible Florence is among the most well-packed Italian cities in terms of extraordinary art masterpieces. Being the hometown of such prominent Italian writers like Dante Alighieri and Francesco Petrarca, Florence still inspires creators and artists from around the world. The true icon which defines the city is the magnificent Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, hiding some exciting secrets you would definitely like to reveal. Speaking of more outstanding Florence attractions, make sure to save time for the brilliant Florence museums like the home of Michelangelo's sculpture of David, Galleria dell'Accademia, the Uffizi Gallery, and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum, each boasting just jaw-dropping art collections. Walking around Florence, you can still feel the spirit of such great art geniuses as Brunelleschi, da Vinci and Michelangelo harmoniously combined with the atmosphere of a vibrant modern city with plenty of entertainment opportunities. Already packing your bags?

Florence Trips

Travel to Florence with an itinerary created by experts

Have you already decided what is a dream trip to Florence for you? For some people, a perfect Italy vacation is all about art and culture, and they are planning to visit as many museums as possible in one go. Some picture an unforgettable gastronomic experience, featuring visits to the best wineries of the region, excellent cooking classes, and mouthwatering meals in the top city's restaurants every evening. Or some want to experience everything Florence has to offer and seek a diverse program. Regardless of what you have in mind, we can help it come true with one of the preassembled Florence programs built by travel experts with years of experience.

Essential Italy

8 days|4 cities|Private tour template

Cultural Capitals with Tuscany

11 days|4 cities|Private tour template

Heart of Italy

9 days|3 cities|Private tour template

Platinum Italy

10 days|3 cities|Private tour template

Family Italian Experience

9 days|3 cities|Private tour template

Best of Florence and Rome

7 days|2 cities|Small group tour

Cultural Capitals

9 days|3 cities|Small group tour

Rome & Amalfi Exploration Small Group

7 days|2 cities|Small group tour

Bella Italia with Amalfi

11 days|4 cities|Private tour

Things to See in Florence

The list of things to do in Florence is quite extensive, and one trip is hardly enough to see even half of all the wonderful sights of the city. So, let's concentrate on the most renowned ones first. We've prepared a list of the amazing places to visit in Florence if you have only a few days in the city:
  • Cupola del Brunelleschi
  • The Duomo, Florence's Cathedral
  • The Uffizi Gallery
  • The Accademia Gallery
  • Medici Villa at Castello
  • The Bargello Museum
  • The Bell Tower by Giotto

Build Multi-Destination Trips From Florence

This trip planner is a perfect tool for building complex itineraries, so that you can see as many of the world's wonders during one tour as possible. Surely, there are a lot of options when it comes to day trips from Florence, but if you want to go a bit further, we are ready to help. Below, you can find the most popular cities you can add to your itinerary before or after glorious Florence.

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Colosseum in Rome, Italy
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A view over Venice's canals
A view over Venice's canals
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Pisa, Italy
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F.A.Q About Florence Travel
If you are going to Tuscany's capital for the first time, you might find this brief Florence travel guide useful.
Is it safe to travel to Florence?
Unfortunately, no one can guarantee 100% safety even at your own home, so traveling anywhere does involve some risks. However, Florence is a very popular Italian travel destination, so you can rest assured that the streets are safe to explore. There are occasional instances of pickpocketing and purse snatching, but you are at no greater risk than anywhere else in the world. ...
Is Florence an expensive place to visit?
It can be if you are visiting it during the peak of a tourist season when Florence downtown hotels cost a small fortune to book, and the streets are crowded with tourists. But if you are visiting off-season and are ready to compromise a bit (booking hotels not in the city center but a bit further, for example), it's possible to organize a budget-friendly Florence trip....
What's the best time to plan a trip to Florence?
While summer is the most popular time for Italy travel, it means overcrowded sights, overbooked hotels, and inflated prices on pretty much everything. So, we advise planning your trip in April - May or September - October, when the weather is warm and dry, perfect for exploring the numerous sights, while there are fewer fellow travelers around. ...
How many days should I visit Florence for?
We recommend staying in the city for at least 3 days. This way, you will have enough time to explore all Florence attractions and even enjoy a day trip to see the landmarks nearby. ...
Do locals speak English in Florence?
The city of Florence is a very tourist-friendly city, so you can rest assured that staff at the hotels, restaurants, railway stations, and museums will understand you without any difficulties. Although learning a phrase or two in Italian, such as "hello", "thank you", and "how much" is a good idea. ...