Travel Guide of Florence
Florence is a city in central Italy and the capital city of the Tuscany region. It is the most populated city in Tuscany, with 383,084 inhabitants in 2013, and over 1,520,000 in its metropolitan area.
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Welcome to the Hatlas Travel's guide of Florence !
We have identified 59 travel influencers who have made a trip to Italy and spent a lot of time looking for spots in Florence to take the best pictures for their communities.
Once they found one, they obviously have to go to these spots to take their shots. It also happens that an unexpected landscape is photographed for its beauty before being posted.
On this travel guide, we curated 85 beautiful shots of Florence from these travelers, adventurers and photographers...
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What to see in Florence ?
About Giardino Bardini:
The Giardino Bardini is an Italian Renaissance garden of the Villa Bardini in the hilly part of Oltrarno, offering fine views of Florence, Italy. Opened only recently to the public, it is rone of Florence's well kept secrets.
"This picture was taken from the gardens in the heights of Florence. This is probably one of the most peaceful place I know right in the middle of a city : this view is just amazing 😎"
About Piazza della Repubblica:
Piazza della Repubblica is a city square in Florence, Italy. It was originally the site of the city's forum; then of its old ghetto, which was swept away during the improvement works, or Risanamento, initiated during the brief period when Florence was the capital of a reunited Italy—work that also created the city's avenues and boulevards.
"View of the Duomo and Baptistry in Florence, Italy"
About Piazza Santa Maria Novella:
Piazza Santa Maria Novella is a city square in Florence, Italy.
"I took this in Florence, Italy a few weeks back when the entire city was a ghost town. This square is usually packed with people walking, biking, and driving. Can't believe how empty Florence was..."