The birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is city is home to a stunning array of timeless art and architecture, from the iconic Duomo to Michelangelo’s beloved statue of David. Visit the Uffizi Gallery, exhibiting Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus and da Vinci’s Annunciation.
An easy drive or train ride from Florence, Tuscany captivates visitors with its rolling hills carpeted with vineyards, ancient olive groves, picturesque and historic hilltop villages. Visit the enchanting medieval towns of San Gimignano, Siena and Monteriggioni, the walled town mentioned in Dante’s Divine Comedy.
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This luxury hotel is set in the historic center of Florence, overlooking Brunelleschi's Cathedral.
Offering more temperate weather and fewer tourists, late spring and early fall are the best times to visit Florence of Tuscany. Summer can get quite hot, with temperatures climbing to the mid-90s F. Winter is the perfect time to head indoors and enjoy Florence's museums at a leisurely pace without the crowds.