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Few destinations capture the imagination quite like Florence, Italy. Narrow cobblestone streets, intimate cafes and the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside lend an air of romance while grand palaces and beautiful churches inspire awe. Galileo, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo have all called Florence home and these renaissance masters’ cultural legacy can be seen throughout the city. Florence has a timeless appeal and with so much to see and to planning a trip can be a little overwhelming. Armed with these tips you can find all of the best things to do in Florence and make your trip one to remember.
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Florence is served by Vespucci Airport (FLR) with flights to/from many cities in Europe. There are currently no direct flights to Florence from the United States.
Check for flights to Florence, ItalyBy Train
Florence’s Santa Maria Novella station (SMN) is well connected to many cities throughout Italy via the Italiarail and TrenItalia. Florence is 1.5 hours by train from Rome and just over 2 hours from Venice.When to Visit Florence
Florence’s sites are beautiful any time of year but the weather and crowds can vary depending on when you visit. April-June and September-October are generally mild and sunny (daytime highs range between 65- 80F/18-27C) however these months also have the highest number of visitors. Summers are hot and in August many businesses shut down for several weeks and local shopkeepers take their own vacations. November-March can be cool and rainy (daytime highs between 50-58F/10-15C), you can still have a great trip just dress in layers and bring an umbrella.Getting Around Florence
Florence is compact and easily walkable and the best way to get around is by foot. Florence’s cobblestone streets, while charming, can be unforgiving; make sure you wear a comfortable pair of shoes as nothing ruins a trip faster than sore feet.
With narrow streets that are often one-way and pedestrian only zones (marked ZTL or Zona a Traffico Limitato) through large parts of the city driving is not recommended.Hotels in Florence Historic Center
San Firenze Suites & Spa Santa Maria Novella Hotel Plaza Luchesi Hotel Room Mate IsabellaOltrarno
Hotel Horto Convento
La Torre de Cestello Soprarno SuitesThings to Do in Florence Duomo
The Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, more commonly known as the Duomo, is easily the most recognizable site in a city of superlatives. Dominating Florence’s skyline, construction on the Duomo began in 1296 and wasn’t completed until 1436. The green, pink and white marble of the exterior is visually stunning though the interior can be underwhelming in comparison.
For amazing views over Florence you can climb the 463 steps of the Duomo (reservations required) or you can opt to climb the Bell Tower (Giotto’s Campanile) right next to the Duomo for great views with fewer crowds.L’Accedemia (The David) Uffizi Galleries
Home to arguably the most important collection of Renaissance art with works by Leonardo DaVinci, Michelangelo and Botticelli. The Uffizi Galleries are one of the most popular (and most crowded) sites in Florence and it’s not not uncommon to see lines up to 2 hours long in high season. In order to avoid the lines make sure to make a reservation ahead of time or get skip the line access with the Firenze Card.Ponte Vecchio
Dating back to 966 the Ponte Vecchio is the oldest bridge in Florence and one of the most iconic sites in the city. Shops have lined the bridge since the 13th century and today is home to jewelry and gold shops. The bridge gets packed with tourists so be sure to get there early. The best views of the Ponte Vecchio and be had from the nearby Ponte Santa Trinita.Santa Croce
The largest Franciscan church in Italy, Santa Croce holds the tombs of notable Florentines such as Galileo and Michelangelo. The beautiful Carrara marble facade of Santa Croce houses stunning stained glass works and frescoes by Renaissance master Giotto.Mercato Central
This grand European food market near San Lorenzo features the best the Tuscan countryside has to offer from fresh produce and meat to artisinal cheese, salumi and olive oil. The top floor is an open food hall that is perfect for locals and tourists looking for a quick bite. This is also a great place to pick up some souvenirs from Italy.Pitti Palace
Once home to the powerful Medici family the massive Pitti Palace is the largest palace in Florence. Within the palace you can explore the Royal Quarters of the Medicis as well as galleries including the Palatine Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art. Be aware that the Pitti Palace is closed on Mondays.Boboli Gardens
Behind the Pitti Palace you’ll find the Boboli Gardens, considered one of the grandest gardens in all of Europe and even inspired the gardens at Versailles. Blooms of every color frame rows of stately oaks and sloping paths are dotted with Renaissance sculptures. Throughout the gardens you’ll be treated to sweeping views across Florence.Oltrarno District
Located across the Arno River from Florence’s historic center the Oltrarno District is less touristy and offers a more authentic Florentine experience. Home to both the Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens the streets of the Oltrarno are lined with shops, artisans and cafes.Where to Eat Gelato in Florence
If you visit Florence and not get gelato did you really even go? Eating gelato is an integral part of any trip to Italy and I was more than happy to scout out the best places to get gelato in Florence.Gelateria La Carraia
Located just across the Arno near Ponte La Carraia this bright gelato shop is popular with locals and tourists. I judge a gelato shop by it’s pistachio and La Carraia’s is intensely nutty but it was their decadent dark chocolate orange that made La Carraia my favorite shop.La Strega Nocciola
Just across the Ponte Vecchio in the Oltrarno District is a free-spirited shop that has fun with its gelato. Flavors like lavendar and blood orange are intrigueing but the white chocolate/cinnamon combination of the Azteca is addictive.Il Procopio
This family owned shop is the place to go for creative flavors you won’t find anywhere else. Black Forest cake, Sacher Torte and bread pudding are the gelato version of your favorite desserts while La Follia mixes toasted almond, fig, orange peel, and pistachio paste .Gelateria de Neri
Located near the Ufizzi Gallery there’s usually a line but the gelato at Gelateria de Neri is worth the wait. You can’t go wrong with classics like chocolate and salted caramel, but their more creative flavors like ricotta and fig, matcha and pistachio ricotta cremino have made Gelateria de Neri a foodie favorite.
Discover more great places to eat in FlorenceDay Trips From Florence Chianti
Florence are undeniably two of the world’s greatest cities but Italy’s heart lies in Tuscany. Wine tasting in Tuscany tops many bucket lists and therolling hills hills of Chianti are one of the best places to do it. The best was to experience Chianti is on a private wine tour with Tuscany Organic Tours who will take you to small family-run organic wineries.Siena
Once Florence’s historic arch-rival the medieval city of Siena in now one of the most popular day trips you can take from Florence. The black-and-white striped cathedral is one of the most beautiful in Italy and the expansive Piazza del Campo plays host to a famous Palio ( horse race) twice per year. Climb to the top of the Torre del Mangia for amazing views.San Gimignano
Fourteen stone towers rising above the countryside have earned San Gimignano the nickname of Medieval Manhattan. Widely regarded as one of the most picturesque of Tuscany’s hill towns San Gimignano is a popular stop for visitors to Tuscany. Take in stunning Tuscan views, sample Vernaccia (a white wine grown in the area’s surrounding vineyards) and taste dishes made with cinghiale (wild boar).
A Comprehensive Danang Travel Guide For First
Danang is a developing coastal city in the central part of Vietnam and is known as one of the largest cities alongside Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city. Visiting Da Nang, you will be astounded by the amazing natural landscape, the friendly locals and a countless number of great attractions around the city. The city is surrounded by many great attractions such as Ba Na Hills, The Marble Mountains, My Son Sanctuary and many more…
Da Nang’s atmosphere is not as vibrant as other famous places like Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, but it has some great things that make the city unique in its own right. Not only because of the pristine beach, but also the magnificent mountains, and many heritage sites. You may want to spend a few days exploring everything the city offers, here is Inspitrip’s in-depth Danang travel guide.
About Danang City
The center of Danang City is located on the west side of the Han River. Danang’s also the most important port city of Vietnam, and surrounding the city are various UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Old Town of Hoi An and the My Son Sanctuary. In Danang, you’ll easily find yourself being lost in a myriad of things to do and see, from gorgeous sandy beaches, superb vistas, to a wide range of five-star hotels, restaurants and eateries, local markets, and tons of cultural experiences.
History of Danang
The front view of Dragon Bridge, Danang Instagram: @wheresjalex
Back then, Danang was just a small village, and it wasn’t until the 17th century that it became a seaport and began attracting traders from around the globe. Lying within the former kingdom of Champa, an ancient civilization heavily influenced by Hinduism brought from India, Danang cultivates the rich culture of the Cham people in architecture, cuisine, and Chamic languages are still being spoken throughout the region even today. Stroll around the city and surrounding areas, you may encounter many places that once belonged to the Champa Kingdom or the French Colonial. Because of Vietnam’s history as a French colony in the late 19th century, the architecture, food, and fashion have a great influence in the city and surrounding areas.
Best time to visit Danang
The best time to travel to Danang is from March to September. Because Vietnam is a tropical climate country, Danang has an unpredictable climate that will prevent tourists from easy travel through the city. During the daytime, the city’s temperature may reach 26 – 30 Celsius degrees, while it will be cooler at night at around 18 – 23 degrees. This is also the perfect time for you to enjoy many activities like snorkeling and scuba diving.
Golden pedestrian bridge in Ba Na Hills, Instagram: @elmundoviajero
From November to February, there is the winter season that lowers the temperature to about 10 – 18 Celcius. For this reason, don’t forget to bring some light sweaters with you when hanging out at night. Summertime, lying between June and August, has higher temperatures. Additionally, be aware of the peak domestic travel months of May to August or annual holiday seasons such as Tet or Christmas, which attract significantly more audiences.
Staying in Danang
Danang is home to many world-class resorts, hotels that offer a full-service package including entertainment, relaxation and meeting conferences. There are lots of accommodation options for you to choose while in Danang. You can choose to stay at the budget-friendly guest houses or motels that provide clean enough accommodation at only $9-$15 per night. If you visit the city with friends, then there are many mid-range hotels at cheaper prices compared to other coastal cities.
Apart from guesthouses or motels, the city also has many international standard resorts that cost quite a bit of money but provide immaculate service and accommodations perfect for a family trip. The price of this luxury accommodation range from $100 to a whopping $1000. Also, we highly recommend staying as close to the beach or city center as possible, because it will be easier for you to get around the city.
Getting around the City
Danang was built with lots of wide sidewalks and boardwalks, making it easy for tourists to walk around the city at ease. Walking around the night market or along the beach will give you a closer look into the lives of local people. However, this may be inconvenient if you’re planning to explore various stunning attractions such as Ba Na Hills, My Son sanctuary or Linh Ung pagoda which cannot easily be reached on foot. So, checking out some other means of transportation can be more useful to save your time and effort.
Going from place to place in Danang City by bus is quite pleasant for your budget because this is the cheapest choice. However, we don’t recommend it because it will take longer time and consume more effort if you are new to the city. Bus services start at 5:30 in the morning and stop operating at 4:00 PM, but be aware that the buses don’t usually arrive on time. Also, if you have just arrived at the airport with plenty of luggage, this option will be less convenient because the nearest bus stop is around three kilometers away.
You can find various transportation options in Danang Instagram: @matjaz.longar
Private pick-up services
We recommend you to choose Inspitrip’s tours because our tours include an air-conditioned vehicle. There are many options that you can search for yourself at chúng tôi The vehicles provide a full-package service with experienced drivers that will take you to the exact destinations. Also, Inspitrip offers Danang International airport pickup service that will wait for you at the airport when you first arrive in the city.
Top things to do in Danang
Danang offers so many exciting activities and tourist attractions that you can choose, whether you’re a history buff or nature-lover, the city can. The city can please many tourists of all ages. Here is Inspitrip’s list of top things to do in Danang.
1. Enjoy the special show on Dragon Bridge
The Dragon Bridge breathes fire every Saturday night Instagram: @enter_the_nomadic
2. Climb the Marble Mountains
The Marble Mountains is the symbol of Danang city and is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills located in the Ngũ Hành Sơn District, south of Danang city. The five mountains are a complex of 5 mountains that are named based on five elements: Kim (metal), Moc (wood), Thuy (water), Hoa (fire) and Tho (earth). Mount Thuy is the highest and most beautiful, and there’s even a path to go to the top of Mount Thuy. The Marble Mountains are a must-visit with amazing landscapes and various architectural and historical buildings.
You will pass by many Buddha temples on the trip to The Marble MountainsInstagram: @vitaylynt
All of the mountains consist of cave entrances and a network of tunnels that tourists can explore. The mountains also have lots of Buddhist sanctuaries that can be found just by strolling around. Located at the foot of the Marble Mountains, My Nghe Non Nuoc is a traditional stone sculpture village where you’ll get to see local craftsman making stone sculptures and handicraft products. We recommend booking a trekking Marble mountains trekking tour, with a local guide so you can enjoy the best of it.
3. Have a fun day at Ba Na Hills
Ba Na Hills is one of the top-notch attractions that every tourist should visit in their lifetime. People from the city come to this magnificent destination to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful scenery. Ba Na is 1,487 m above sea level in the Truong Son Mountains west of Danang, with an average temperature of just about 18-Celsius degrees, it can be seen as the SaPa of central Vietnam. Tourists can visit the Ba Na Hills via the cable car systems that have also set two Guinness World Records for their height and length.
The French Village in Ba Na HillsInstagram: @fayfaycom
At the summit of the Ba Na Hills, you will find spectacular vistas that stretch as far as the eye can see, and you can even take a cable car to the top if you are feeling lazy. There are so many must-see things in Ba Na but one of the main highlight attractions is the Golden Bridge. The bridge is supported by giant hands, contrary to the elegance of the bridge. The yellow color of this bridge is more prominent and displays a stark contrast between the forest and the giant hands. From the bridge, you can have a look at the magnificent landscape surrounded by clouds and mountains. You can take our Ba Na Hills and Da Nang City private tour with a tailor-made itinerary and lunch included.
Read more: A detailed guide to visit Ba Na Hills and its iconic Golden Bridge.
4. Visit Linh Ung Pagoda on Son Tra Peninsula
There are three pagodas named Linh Ung in Da Nang in which the Linh Ung pagoda in Bai But, Son Tra peninsula is the biggest and the most beautiful of the three. Linh Ung is the perfect example of a Vietnamese pagoda; built with many traditional features and represents an atmosphere of perfect harmony. The path to the main chamber of the pagoda consists of 18 Arhats statues, each depicting various human emotions. It takes time for tourists to fully explore the pagoda.
5. Laze around on the My Khe Beach
My Khe Beach is famous for its blue sky, Instagram: @thesammyshowtss
My Khe Beach is just 5 km from the center of Da Nang. The beach is regarded as “one of the most attractive beaches on the planet” by Forbes Magazine. The reason is that it is located in a perfect position close to the city with many beautiful landscapes and tourism services. Walking on the beach, tourists will bear witness to the combination of clear skies, silky white sand, and palm trees of My Khe. Not only does the blue water of My Khe help you relax, it also contains lots of challenging sea activities that can be booked on the spot, including water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, windsurfing, and kayaking.
6. Discover lively street art: Tam Thanh Mural Village
Tam Thanh was just a poor normal fishing village back then, and now the village has become the hidden gem of tourist attractions of Vietnam. The village is an hour drive from the south of Hoi An. A program has been established with the mission statement “Art for a better community” in 2023, where a group of artists composed of both Korean and Vietnamese created various paintings over 100 murals. Thanks to this joint Vietnamese-Korean collaboration, Tam Thanh fishing village has transformed into a full-fledged tourist destination.
Tam Thanh fishing village contains over 100 murals, Instagram: @lam.0_0
Many tourists can experience the combination of natural beauty and lively street art in the various paintings around the village. Not only are the paintings really great in terms of quality, but they also have a great impact on many locals living in the village. Which was the reason why the program chose Tam Thanh in the first place: to raise the living conditions of the village. Visiting the village, tourists are now not only able to see the impressive murals, but also create more income for the locals living in the village.
Read more: A visit to Danang’s hidden street art: Tam Thanh Mural Village.
7. Travel back in time in the My Son Sanctuary
My Son Sanctuary is a temple complex, built between the 4th and the 14th centuries AD. The place consists of many ruined Hindu temples and tombs. My Son is surrounded by two mountains range, located near the village of Duy Phu, 69 km southwest of Da Nang. There are over 70 temples at the sanctuary, spanning about two kilometers in width. My Son Sanctuary is known as one of the most amazing Hindu temple complexes in Southeast Asia and one of the most important heritage sites in Vietnam
The sanctuary is often compared with other historical temple complexes in Southeast Asia Instagram: @travelsergi
The ruins of the My Son sanctuary in Vietnam are extraordinary for its mysterious vibes. The Cham people used the temples as a worship place, and also buried some of their kings there. Although the majority of the ruins were destroyed and some statues are missing, there are still some impressive ancient decorations that have survived to present day, including snakes, elephants, and priests. The My Son Sanctuary is often compared with other historical temple complexes in Southeast Asia, such as Angkor Wat of Cambodia or Ayutthaya of Thailand. As of 1999, My Son has been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site. You can explore My Son Sanctuary and Champa Temples from Danang with Inspitrip.
8. Take a day trip to the Cham Islands
The Cham Islands constitute a group of 8 small islands of Quang Nam. The Cham Islands are under the administration of the Tân Hiệp Commune of Hội An city in Quảng Nam Province and are approachable from Cua Đai beach. The people of the islands use mainly fishing for a living. The islands grouped under the Cham Islands are the Hon Lao (Pearl), Hon Dai (long), Hon Mo (tomb), Hon Kho mẹ, Hon Kho con (dry), Hon La (leaf), Hon Tai (ear) and Hon Ong (east wind).
Cu Lao Cham Islands offer many sandy beaches, forested hills, and the sea, Instagram: @johan.nynke
Cu Lao Cham Islands’ ancient landscape offers many sandy beaches, forested hills, and blue sea. The islands are famous for its natural beauty, diversified sea environment and the ancient culture of The Champa Kingdom, which can help tourists learn more about the historical culture of The Chams. Not only that, but there are also lots of activities on Cham Island, such as camping, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. You may visit the islands by choosing Inspitrip’s Cham islands private tour with the help of our English tour guide included.
9. Experience Danang amazing street food
Quang noodle, Instagram: @dhangng_
Danang is blessed with not only beautiful beaches and stunning scenery but also its unique cuisine. The city is from the central part of Vietnam, so it’s foods are heavily influenced by other regions like Hue or Quang Nam. Furthermore, the food in Da Nang is comparatively cheaper than other big cities like Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. There are so many popular dishes in Da Nang, but some of the ones you must try to include Quang noodle, Pork wrapped in rice paper, and Cao Lau. In order to help fulfill your experience in Da Nang with amazing street food, book a Da Nang street food tour with a professional tour guide. Street food in Da Nang gives you the chance to get face to face with fascinating local lives.
With tons of interesting things to do and see, Danang is truly a dream destination for beach lovers, history buffs and culture addicts to come and explore. We hope our detailed Danang travel guide will help you enjoy this charming city to the fullest!
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Du Lịch Thành Phố Florence
Florence – thiên đường nghệ thuật của nước Ý
Thành phố Florence nằm ngay trung tâm nước Ý, cách Milan khoảng 300km về phía Nam và cách Rome khoảng 280km về phía Bắc. Có nhiều người đã bình chọn Florence là một trong những thành phố đẹp nhất trên thế giới. Nếu bạn là một người yêu thích nghệ thuật thì chắc chắn sẽ bị cuốn hút bởi rất nhiều những phòng trưng bày nghệ thuật cùng nhiều tác phẩm nổi tiếng tại Florence.
Florence cũng được bình chọn là thành phố du lịch tốt nhất trên thế giới. Chính vì vậy, thành phố này thu hút hàng triệu khách du lịch mỗi năm. Đến du lịch thành phố Florence , bạn sẽ có cơ hội được chiêm ngưỡng rất nhiều những công trình kiến trúc nổi bật của nhân loại, tham quan những bảo tàng có tuổi đời hàng nghìn năm.Những điểm tham quan không nên bỏ lỡ khi du lịch thành phố Florence Thánh đường Santa Maria del Fiore
Một trong những điểm đến mà bạn không nên bỏ qua khi du lịch thành phố Florence đó chính là thánh đường Santa Maria del Fiore. Nhà thờ này nằm ngay tại trung tâm của thành phố và trở thành một trong những địa điểm hút khách du lịch nhất tại Florence. Nhà thờ này được khởi công xây dựng từ năm 1296 và trở thành nhà thờ công giáo lớn nhất trong khu vực Châu Âu được xây dựng theo phong cách kiến trúc Gothic.
Santa Maria del Fiore được xây dựng theo phong cách kiến trúc rất đặc trưng của Ý. Toàn bộ nhà thờ có 44 ô cửa sổ lớn nhỏ khác nhau. Các ô cửa sổ này đều được ốp kính màu. Đây là sản phẩm được thiết kế bởi kiến trúc sư nổi tiếng Arnolfo di Cambio. Chỉ riêng có phần mái vòm vô cùng đặc biệt là được thiết kế bởi kiến trúc sư Filippo Brunelleschi. Đây là mái vòm được xây bằng gạch lớn nhất trên thế giới.
Đây được xem là thư viện đẹp và cổ kính nhất trên thế giới. Thư viện này được thiết kế bởi kiến trúc sư tài ba Michelangelo với một vẻ đẹp bình dị và thanh lịch. Sàn nhà của thư viện được lát hoàn toàn bằng gạch nung với rất nhiều màu sắc và hình dáng khác nhau.
Thư viện chính thức mở cửa từ năm 1571 và trở thành nơi lưu giữ rất nhiều những đầu sách quý. Theo thống kê, thư viện này hiện đang lưu giữ hơn 11000 bản phác thảo và khoảng 5000 đầu sách.
Cung điện Pitti cũng là một trong những địa điểm được nhiều khách du lịch lựa chọn khi du lịch thành phố Florence. Cung điện được xây dựng ở phía Nam của con sông Arno và từng là nơi ở của hoàng gia Ý trước đây. Về sau, cung điện này đã trở thành một viện bảo tàng trưng bày những bộ sưu tập của gia tộc Medici và rất nhiều tác phẩm nghệ thuật kinh điển khác.
Cung điện Pitti được xây dựng vào năm 1458 với mục đích phục vụ cho Luca Pitti – một người chủ ngân hàng giàu có tại Ý lúc bấy giờ. Tuy nhiên, nằm 1549 gia đình mà Medici đã mua lại cung điện này. Cung điện Pitti chính thức mở cửa để đón khách du lịch từ năm 1919.
Bước vào cung điện, du khách sẽ bị choáng ngợp trước một không gian rộng lớn với những bức tường kiên cố trông giống như một pháo đài của cung điện. Toàn bộ cung điện được chia thành 7 khu vực khác nhau. Mỗi khu vực đều trưng bày rất nhiều những tác phẩm nghệ thuật quý giá.
Công viên Le Casine được xây dựng từ thế kỷ thứ 16 và ngày nay công viên này đã trở thành công viên có lịch sử lâu đời nhất tại thành phố. Công viên có diện tích lên đến 395ha. Theo kế hoạch của chính quyền thành phố Florence thì công viên này sẽ được nâng cấp lên thành khu giải trí quan trọng vào năm 2023.
Đến với công viên Le Cascine, du khách sẽ được hòa mình vào một không gian thiên nhiên với những thảm thực vật xanh mướt. Đây là địa điểm quen thuộc của rất nhiều những lễ hội đặc sắc cũng như những hoạt động ngoài trời.Quảng trường Michelangelo
Đây là một quảng trường rất đặc biệt vì nó nằm ở độ cao 100m so với mực nước biển. Đứng từ quảng trường này, du khách có thể phóng tầm mắt để ngắm nhìn toàn bộ thành phố Florence xinh đẹp từ trên cao nổi bật với cây cầu cổ Vecchio, nhà thờ lớn và những tòa lâu đài cổ kính.
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