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Things To Do In Florence

Florence is prestigious as a standout amongst the most social and recorded urban areas on the planet and is pressed loaded with astonishing architecture and places of essentials. As the capital of the Tuscany locale of Italy, Florence has a populace of 383,000 and a more extensive metropolitan populace of 1.5 million.
Bardini Gardens
A city like Florence is well known for its amazing art collections, architecture and rich historic past. But its natural beauty will surely leave you awe-strucked in the form of well maintained gardens and parks. The magical silence and stunning architecture of Bardini Gardens is very impressive it offers wonderful views of Florence from its 4 hectares of parkland between the left banks of Arno River. Originally it was a collection of walled orchards nearby Mozzi Palace covering the whole of the hill at the back of it. 
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San’s Ambrogio market
The market is held each morning (except for occasions) from 7.00am to 2.00pm, somewhat outside, with counters of clothing, products of the fruits and vegetables, and partly indoors, in the building built in the year in 1873 on project by Giuseppe Mengoni; inside the building there are slows down of sorts nourishment, meat and fish, fruits, vegetables and point restaurants.
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Antica Manstermann
Located in the heart of Florence, in an unassuming building on a quiet street, not far from the bustle of Florence’s Santa Maria Novella train shop, stands what is probably the world’s oldest pharmacy and cosmetic shop. The aroma of these perfumes is exhilarating and will surely draw you crazy. And to be very sure about it you won’t be able to resist buying those. 
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Gelatol
Gelato is the Italian word for ice cream. It starts out with similar custard base as ice cream but it contains higher proportion of milk and eggs (or no eggs at all). In order to make it smooth it is churned at a lower rate incorporating less air and leaving Gelato denser than the ice cream.  It is all in one a great blend of unique natural ingredients and flavors. Enjoy this delicious mix with love.
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door knockers
First impression is the last impression; and yes when it comes to interior decorations, first impressions count. An Italian door knocker is a great way to impress visitors even before they have entered your home. In the modern age of calling bells, knocking on the door to alert people in the house to a visitor is all but a disappearing tradition. But if you want door knocking to be unique these Italian door knockers are the perfect option that you are rather looking for. It is made up of iron, bronze or brass. So now you know that even simple door knocking could be so charming. 
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Pizzale Michelangelo
One of the beautiful ways to enjoy Florence’s hypothetical skyline is by viewing it at sunset at Pizzale Michelangelo which is high above the streets of Florence’s Old town. It is a place which offers best panoramic views and a magnificent terrace overlooking the city.  It is an stunning place to grace the beauty of Florence as the sunsets are just magical and it will make you realize that even endings could be beautiful. 
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Florentine Street Food
Colorful and diverse street food is one of those travel experiences one can find in cities and towns all over the world. It’s generally convenient and cheap, but its appeal goes far more beyond that. Street food here can be simple yet utterly delicious and it’s often great way to sample some authentic local cuisine. Florence is a paradise for street food lovers. 
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street artist of Florence
Stroll down the street; it’s amazing what you can do in this relaxed walk. Stop off to grasp a delicious cup of coffee and a snack. Now, bang into your favorite shops to buy that particular item that you’ve had your eye on for a while. And you can also be grateful for some fine pieces of art. Florence is the cradle of Renaissance, today as it was 500 years ago. It literally has such arts which can change the world which aims to give visibility and space to the young street artists in the city of Florence. 
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walking tour
Florence’s historic centre is small and thus perfect for exploring on foot! This walking tour allows you to see all of the main sights and some of the smaller hidden destinations in between what are considered the heart of the historical center. So just walk and talk as it gives you a pretty good idea of what the other side of the river has to offer without going too far off the beaten path and without taking too much of time. 
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the Uffizi at art gallery
This gallery occupies the entire first and second floor of the large building built between 1560- 1580 on a project by Giorgio Vasari. It is one of the most famous museums in the world for its extraordinary collections of ancient sculptures and paintings. Moreover the gallery boasts an invaluable collection ancient statues and busts from the Medici family, which adorns the corridors.
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