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Romantic Things To Do in Florence, Italy

Rated as the top most tourist destination on the Earth by Travel Leisure magazine in 2010, the city of Florence is also regarded as one of the most romantic places in the World. A UNESCO World heritage site since 1982, Florence is also known as the “Athens of Middle Ages”. The charming city is one of the most loved getaways for lovers and newlyweds from all over the World. Apart for the naturally gifted charm, the man- made architectures and erects of Florence are also amongst the most beautiful ones in the World. With its mesmerizing allure and romantic aura Florence always welcomes you for one of the most romantic vacations of your life.

Romantic Things to do in Florence

  • Spend a romantic evening with your partner on one of the most photographed bridges in the World, “Ponte Vecchio”, right above the serene and romantic views of Arno River.
  • Climb up the Giotto’s Campanile and explore the beauty of dome’s architecture on your way to the top and enjoy the majestic panoramic views of the city from the top of the dome.
  • Visit the Uffizi’s Gallery (one of the oldest and most famous art museums in the World) to explore some of the most mesmerizing artworks by best of the artists in the World.
  • Take your loved one amidst the romantic ambience and serene escapes of Boboli Gardens and spend some quality romantic time in the lap of nature.
  • If you are seeking for some moments of absolute privacy, go to Bardini Gardens. The Bardini Gardens may not be as huge as the Boboli ones, but surely one of the most tranquil romantic getaways in Florence.
  • Enjoy a romantic, cozy and delicious dinner with your loved one, followed by the Famous Grape-Wine of Florence.
  • If you are visiting Florence in the months of May-September, do not miss out on the lot of pleasantly vibrant local festivals going on in the city.
  • Take your partner with you on a romantic bike ride from Florence to the Tuscan countryside past romantic olive groves, vineyards, medieval castles and hillside villas.
  • Last but certainly not the least, take a day out and go sight-seeing into the beautifully vibrant markets, serene streets and other places of Florence.

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