Famous for its Renaissance arts and architecture, the city of Florence surely has plenty of fascinating and historical places. But not known to some, Florence’s past is defined by crimes, political intrigue, and conflicts. Narratives about specters, spooky incidents, and other supernatural events are said to haunt the corners and buildings of the city. If you wish to delve into Florence’s dark history, Florence ghost tours will help you take head on the creepiest sites and the most hair-raising stories found in the city.
See a side of Florence that’s rarely discussed in books with Legends of Florence Tour. In this tour, you will visit historical sites, know the story about the watchful window, and discover details about the Duomo cupola’s golden sphere that reportedly crashed to Earth. Tickle your imagination and hear stories of murders and mysteries in Private Florence Ghost Walk. Not only does this tour tell you spooky tales, but it will also take you to a jail where criminals were hanged and the melancholic streets of Renaissance Florence. If you’re up for a self-guided discovery, then join Florence Ghost Tour: Dante's Inferno Exploration Game and be lead to cursed places in the city with a mobile app.
There is definitely an abundance of sights that are worth exploring in Florence. Be taken to Palazzo della Signoria, Uffizi Gallery, Da Vinci’s museum, and other notable attractions in the city with Florence city bus tours. You can drop by a local bistro for a quick food trip, too! But if you’d like to stroll around, capture amazing photos, and learn new things, then these history walking tours in Florence are perfect for you. A spectacular view of the city can be enjoyed when you sail across the waters of River Arno. This is especially doable when you book one of these Florence river cruise tours. More adventurous excursions can be found in the exciting Florence day outs.
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The National Archaeological Museum of Florence contains one of the most comprehensive collections of Italian archaeology with a chance to admire an impressive collections of ancient civilisations: Etruscan, Roman, Greek, Egyptian. Here are Etruscan urns and tombs found in Tuscany, the famous Chimera di Arezzo, the Minerva di Arezzo and the...Read more
Do you want to be a child again by living the adventures of the most famous puppet in the world? The Cat and the Fox, the adorable Blue Fairy, the Terrible Fish-dog, the thoughtful Geppetto, not to mention the Talking Cricket: you will meet all these characters on a journey that will make young and old dream ... A DAY DEDICATED TO PINOCCHIO,...Read more
We will start from the old centre of the Roman town, todays Piazza della Repubblica, in front of the Gilli Cafe.We will walk with you through the beauty of the city, moving around the oldest medieval streets of the city centre, lined up with towers. We reach Piazza Signoria, the political heart of the city, with its ancient buildings and famous...Read more