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Central Station

Academia Gallery

Duomo – Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore

Santissima Annunziata

Uffizi

Ponte Vecchio

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Located in Via dei Servi 66/r, the Leonardo da Vinci Museum is in the historical centre of Florence.
In fact, Via dei Servi connects Piazza Duomo to Piazza Santissima Annunziata. Piazza Duomo is a sublime must for those visiting Florence and the second is a shining example of Florentine baroque.
The tour below takes in the sights of the architectural wonders close to the Leonardo da Vinci Museum. Discover Florence, in all its details and charm.

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Central Station - 16 minutes

The Santa Maria Novella train station is in the historical centre of Florence. Designed by Giovanni Michelucci, it is considered to be one of the masterpieces of Italian rationalism.
Most of the tourist attractions are within walking distance from the train station and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum is no exception!

Academia Gallery - 3 minutes

The Academia Gallery has become, over time, one of the main museums of Florence. In particular, the famous David by Michelangelo attracts countless tourists. It is one of the most renowned sculptures in the world, rendering this museum unmissable.

Duomo – Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore - 5 minutes

The Duomo of Florence is one of the most emblematic and breath-taking symbols of the city. Designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, a pioneer of Renaissance architecture in Italy.
Curiosity. Brunelleschi built the dome of the Cathedral with the aid of machines that he invented specifically for the project.

Santissima Annunziata - 2 minutes

Piazza della Santissima Annunziata is perhaps less famous than other Florentine squares, but is home to one of the most influential works of Renaissance architecture in the world, the Basilica of the same name and the first orphanage in Europe. A series of very characteristic anecdotes are associated with the square and it is the home of the city’s finest craft markets.

Uffizi - 10 minutes

Florence’s Uffizi is one of the most beautiful and ancient art galleries in the world and has hosted the masterpieces of the most important artists since Leonardo’s times.
Founded in 1581, it was designed by Vasari, architect and author of “Lives of the Artists”.

Ponte Vecchio - 13 minutes

No visit to Florence is complete without having spent some time on Ponte Vecchio, one of the great icons of the city.
There must be a reason why Ponte Vecchio, and its breath-taking reflection in the River Arno has become a symbol and is on almost all postcards of Florence.
Let’s find out why.