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Early Morning Free Walking Tour of Florence

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Would you like to see Florence when you wake up? This is the tour for you!

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A pair of comfortable shoes, a water bottle and you will be ready for a dynamic and healthy walk of about two hours in the silence of the early morning with few people around and without traffic noise.

We will start from the historic centre and through the southern hill we will reach one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the city: Piazzale Michelangelo which, with a bronze replic of David in the centre, dominates Florence.

An unmissable opportunity to admire Florence and its monuments from above: the Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi Museum, the Duomo and its Dome, Piazza della Signoria and many other places for which we will not fail to tell you the history and a little of anecdotes.

The photos you take with the light and colours that only early morning can give you will remain as a unique testimony of your trip to Florence!

Through the Oltrarno, the most characteristic district of Florence, where the real Florentines live, we will return to the city centre and everyone can continue the day at their leisure.

Maybe you can participate in our 10.30 walking tour dedicated to the beauties of the historic centre or you can choose to follow the guide for an excellent cappuccino or coffee in a place that serves a typical Italian breakfast.

"Il mattino ha l’oro in bocca” says an Italian proverb (that means: “Morning has gold in its mouth"). This experience will make you touch it with your hand! Take this tour for an unforgettable experience! We are waiting for you!


		Immagine Early Morning Free Walking Tour of Florence

		Immagine Early Morning Free Walking Tour of Florence

		Immagine Early Morning Free Walking Tour of Florence

		Immagine Early Morning Free Walking Tour of Florence

		Immagine Early Morning Free Walking Tour of Florence
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