Florence from above. Alleys, gardens and rooftops

A couple of hours are enough to escape the bustle of the crowds, through the narrow alleys of medieval Florence, to see the walls and some of the gardens of the old city. On this walk you can admire one of the best preserved ancient churches in Tuscany and enjoy the best views that can be seen of the centre of Florence from the legendary Piazzale Michelangelo.

It's a slightly demanding walk, with steep slopes up and down.

Places of interest:

1. Costa di San Giorgio. House of Galileo and Giardino Bardini.

2. Porta di San Giorgio and Forte di Belvedere.

3. Walls and olive groves of the old city of Florence.

4. Porta di San Miniato.

5. Giardino delle Rose and first panoramic views.

6. Church of San Miniato al Monte. Visit and panoramic sights.

7. Piazzale Michelangelo. Superb panoramic views and sculpture reproductions.

8. Porta San Nicolò, Palazzo de 'Mozzi and Bardini Museum.

Meeting point
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How to find me: At the southern end of Ponte Vecchio, on the corner of Borgo San Jacopo and Via de' Guicciardini, you will find me at the foot of the sculpture.
Tour Languages and Schedule:
  • Es Spanish | Wednesday | 09:00
  • Gb English | Wednesday | 11:00
  • It Italian | Wednesday | 13:00

Ratings (5)

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Jhon

20 days ago

Excelente tour, muy bien explicado y las vistas estuvieron estupendas, sin importar la lluvia solo quería seguir caminando y conociendo"

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Yasmim

25 days ago

Awesome tour! we walk by cool places that are out of the "mainstream" and atahualpa explains a lot of interesting facts about the city. the views are stunning! totally worth it, i highly recommend (:"

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William

30 days ago

Good tour, took us around the city and was very enjoyable and friendly tour guide, great walk for when you first arrive."

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Adam

1 month ago

Great tour, guide is knowledgeable and takes you to parts of the city which have no crowd!"

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Lara

1 month ago

Me ha mostrado unas panoramicas fantastica, como dentro de una postal"