This That and the Passport
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Favourite Memory: Arriving on a late train on a summer evening. We dropped off the luggage at the hotel and went for a walk looking for a place to eat. We found a place around the corner, almost empty of customers and about to close, but they waved us in and sat us outside with a view of the Palazzo Vecchio. The chef came out to say hello and wish us a great stay in his city. We all fell in love with Florence that night!
In a nutshell: The city itself is a living museum. We enjoyed the art, the architecture, the people and the food. The kids liked it so much that we went back a second time, and would gladly go a third! The list of things to do is extremely long, but here are some highlights, especially if you visit with kids.
There is much more to do and see in Florence. Check out some of the guides below and do your homework carefuly. We have gone back to Florence several times and we are not done with our list! So make sure you prioritize to maximize your time.
For these and other pictures of Florence go to my Flickr Album