The capital of Tuscany invites you on a city trip with Italian flair. In one of the most important cultural centers in the world, you will find impressive Renaissance buildings next to picturesque nature. Enjoy la dolce vita here: with a glass of local wine and a view over an enchanting city and beautiful Tuscany!



Mom and I spontaneously set off on a little trip. It took us to the beautiful capital of Tuscany: Florence. I had wanted to visit Florence for a long time and so we decided to make a stop here.

The short stay only allowed us to get to know the city a little, but I was still able to discover a lot. I'll save the rest for my next visit. Because one thing is certain: I will definitely be back! After all, Florence has a lot to offer...

xx Chiara


What to see & discover

  1. View from the roof terrace of the Rinascente department store
  2. Florence Cathedral: Santa Maria del Fiore
  3. View over Florence from Piazzale Michelangelo
  4. Church of San Miniato al Monte
  5. Ponte Vecchio
  6. Uffizi Museum
  7. Mercato Centrale
  8. Boboli Gardens & Pitti Palace
  9. Gardino Bardini
  10. Statue of David in the Galleria dell'Accademia
  11. Palazzo Vecchio.
  12. Church of Santa Croce

Where to eat

If you want to enjoy your morning coffee alongside the Florentines, then you should take a look around San Niccolò. We discovered the café “Il Baretto del Rifrullo” there. We were able to experience Italian life here during breakfast.

But this time I'd rather leave the real restaurant tips to the experts! Because our Airbnb host Massimilliano is from Florence and therefore knows exactly where to find the best food!

Where to sleep

We had a small Airbnb in Florence, which I can generally recommend. Our host - Massimiliano - was very kind, helpful and helpful! I have rarely stayed in such clean accommodation. Only the location wasn't quite as good. It was a bit noisy. But at least we were in Piazzale Michelangelo within 7 minutes by car.

By the way: Florence has a lot to offer, but is a comparatively small city. Therefore, you can actually reach everything easily on foot!


  • 1 night Airbnb in total: 84€
  • Parking: 0€*
  • Breakfast (croissant + drink): 6€ p.p.
  • Pasta at the Mercato Centrale: 6€ p.p.
  • Drink on the roof terrace of the Rinascente department store: 4 p.p.
*Parking costs in Florence can sometimes be expensive. But you can easily save yourself the costs! We parked our car at the church of San Miniato al Monte (“Via del Monte alle Croci 20”) and walked down from here via Piazzale Michelangelo.

I have put together a list of all the places on Google Maps.

You can find the list here.

From the community for the community

Tips from the community

"For all those interested in soccer: the 'Artemio Franchi' stadium."


"Pizza, pasta & co. at Mercato Centrale!"


Do you have a tip for Florence? Or a suggestion for the blog? Or would you like more information about the city?

Then write me!