I recently spent six nights in Florence. When I have had a little more time, I will write more extensively about my time there, my thoughts and the places I visited. And what I missed and what I wouldn’t do again.
And what a beautiful city it is. I am so glad I travelled in Autumn when the temperatures were cool and the crowds small. I could take my time and wander (and get lost). And following my friend Sandy’s advice, I gave myself permission to follow my path and not one set out by other travellers.
So, in the end, I did go to a few popular tourist destinations, but mostly I wandered, experienced and absorbed Florence, my way.
I will go back, hopefully, many times. I will visit again on my own, take my small tour groups and hopefully with my partner Dan. It is a city I don’t think I will ever tire of, and because of its location, it will make a great base to explore the surrounding towns, like Bologna and Verona as well as Siena and Lucca, to name just a few.
For now, enjoy my favourite photos of Florence, not a must-see list by any means, but more a reflection of how I saw Florence.
Florence at a Glance
My first glimpse of the Duomo
And the lovely little details in the streets surrounding it.
Cindy is the founder of Travel Charm and combines her passions of escorting small group trips for ladies who want to travel and travel planning. She loves nothing more than helping people fulfil their travel dreams.