Florence Cathedral – Also known as Il Duomo di Firenze, this Gothic-style cathedral boasts breath-taking architecture designed by Arnolfo di Cambio.
Uffizi Gallery – Art lovers should visit this world-famous museum which is one of the oldest in the world and showcases work by some of the top creative names in history.
Ponte Vecchio – A familiar scene in Florence, this medieval stone bridge is a firm favourite on postcards. It houses a number of quirky shops along its length, though the intricate design alone is worth a visit.
Palazzo Vecchio – The town hall of Florence and named one of the most impressive of its kind in Tuscany, this ornate building was designed in a Romanesque style.
Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence – This is the main Franciscan church in the city and is situated in the heart of the city on the Piazza di Santa Croce. It’s an impressive feat of architecture with intricate detailing and a high-ceilinged interior.
Piazza della Signoria – One of Florence’s best-know squares, this Piazza is surrounded by incredible architecture and typical Italian cafes.
Piazzale Michelangelo – Named after the famous Italian artist, this square offers breath-taking views across Florence, taking in the gold-domed roofs and magnificent architecture.
David – Perhaps the most famous sculpture in the world, Michelangelo’s David is located in the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, and is a must-see sight for art and culture enthusiasts.
Palazzo Pitti – This large Renaissance palace sits on the banks of the River Arno, close to the Ponte Vecchio.
San Miniato al Monte – A grand basilica that overlooks the city, the San Miniato al Monte is known as one of the best Romanesque buildings in the whole of Tuscany and boasts elaborate frescoes and intricate carvings.
Florence Baptistery – This quirky Baptistery (also known as the Baptistery of Saint John) is an important religious hub in Florence and is now considered a minor basilica.
Basilica of Santa Maria Novella – Another of Florence’s quirky religious buildings, this basilica was the first to be built in the city and is the principal Dominican church.
Boboli Gardens – Take some time out from visiting religious edifices to stroll through the greenery of this central city park. Here, you can explore the collection of 16th Century sculptures and the colourful, manicured gardens.
Bargello – Also called the Palazzo del Bargello, this simple, Romanesque-style building was once a prison and barracks, but is now an art museum showcasing some of Italy’s finest works.
Loggia dei Lanzi – Set in the Piazza della Signoria, this series of wide, elaborate arches are a prominent scene in Florence.
Piazza del Duomo, Florence – An ornate, fairytale square surrounded by charming Italian architecture and is one of the most-visited hotspots in the world