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Romantic Getaway In The Enchanting City Of Florence

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When we say Italy, there is definitely romance in the air. With places like Rome, Milan, Florence, Venice no wonder Italy makes a dream destination for many couples looking for a memorable honeymoon trip. Today, at India Imagine let’s get to know about one of Italy’s most beautiful places – Florence!

Florence is one of the most beautiful places in medieval Europe as well as one of the wealthiest cities of that era. It is considered as the birthplace of the Renaissance and has been called “the Athens of the Middle Ages. Though the place shares a turbulent political history it attracts millions of tourists each year, and UNESCO declared Florence a World Heritage Site in 1982. The city is bursted with culture, art and architecture and monuments. The city is a hub to numerous museums and art galleries. We knew that Florence plays an important role in fashion, and is considered as the top among the 15 fashion capitals.

Make your Florence trip a memorable one by visiting the listed places-

Piazzale Michelangelo – Perfect place to live your romantic dreams.

Piazzale Michelangelo is a square with a panoramic view of Florence, in the Oltrarno district of the city. Piazzale Michelangelo is one of the most popular and most romantic places on earth.

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The perfect spot to catch a glimpse of the sunset with your sweetheart and drink some fabulous wine, and click some pictures to make it a perfect memory.

A tour around Pitti Palace

The Palazzo Pitti, is also called the Pitti Palace, is a marvelous palace in Florence, Italy. It is situated on the south side of the River Arno, a short distance from the Ponte Vecchio. The palace is house to many museums built nearly in the 15th century.

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The palace thus holds a major historical significance to build up the future. It will be worth a visit to know about the art and culture of the place you are visiting.

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Florence Cathedral – Meet the majesty!

The Florence Cathedral stands tall and proud since 1436. This architectural epitome is one of the worlds when it comes to the Gothic Style of designs. The dome which is the beauty of the entire structure was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi.

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The dome was made of 4 million bricks, which almost weighs 40,000 tons. It is also the largest masonry structure in the world. One of the Interesting facts is that it took an exact 140 years to complete the construction.

Santa Croce Church to pay last tribute

Florence gave birth to many artists and unbelievably famous artworks. It would be a great honor to visit their last resting place and pay tribute to the famous persons ever walked on the earth. Santa Croce Church is the place where the city’s most famous people like Michelangelo, Rossini, Galileo and Dante many of whom are buried here.

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The cathedral’s 16 chapels also feature breath-taking works of art, including frescoes by Giotto, painted at the height of his talent. The realism of his “Death of St. Francis” helped lay the foundation for the Renaissance Era.

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The Uffizi Gallery to fall in love with art

Are you a fan of some famous names like Leonardo da Vinci, Giotto, Botticelli and Michelangelo then the Uffizi Gallery is all you need to visit. The museum showcases the

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precious artwork of the above-mentioned artists and a large collection of Greek and Roman sculptures. Go ahead and enjoy the greatest artwork ever on the earth!

The Magical Bardini Gardens for hide and seek

Imagine a garden full of flowers, exclusively rare flowers. How romantic that would be? To roam among the colourful views that bestow sweet fragrance all around you and your loved one.

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There is a Kauffeehaus where you can sip a cappuccino or eat gelato and enjoy the silence and tranquility of the moment. So, don’t miss a chance to discover this secret garden.

Enthral the beloved with your cooking skills

A secret tip to win your wife’s heart on a honeymoon trip is to cook and serve her favorite dish all by yourself. Well, that’s right! And if it Italian cuisine then you are totally blessed. Wondering how to go about it? Enroll in the cooking class and enjoy a 4-course meal with wine!

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You will be taught about the local ingredients from the farmhouse surrounded by exquisite countryside. Then, go for your favorite pasta, bruschetta. Enjoy your earned dinner in the romantic onset of the countryside. While you are in Florence, try one of the best and most famous dishes Florentine Steak.

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Shop at Mercato Nuovo

Mercato Nuovo is undeniably the best place for you to take home some precious souvenirs along with you. Straw hats that are legendary and connected with historical significance are sold here, which attracts people all over.

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Apart from shopping, Mercato Nuovo is also a place popular for sightseeing. The huge structure supported by arched pillars is worth a watch.

Opera that would take your breath away

Leaving Florence without attending the Opera is a Crime. Experience the performers unfolding the stories like a magic right in front of your eyes. There are some famous theatres across the city that will ensure and enrich you with their plays.

Florence’s artistic and architectural heritage made the place one of the most visited places on earth. Particularly those who are looking for a romantic trip. Forbes has ranked this place as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Why don’t you plan a trip to Florence and experience all by yourself.