Florence for 3 Days: The Perfect Florence Itinerary in 2022

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Are you planning your dream trip to Italy and wondering if it is worth it to visit Florence for 3 days?

The good news is that 3-days is enough to explore Florence and even some of the incredible Tuscan Region, in as short as 3 days if you plan it well in advance – and you can visit Florence from Rome, in as short as a day trip.

The Tuscan capital has some of the Best Landmarks in Italy, and it is the most cultural city on earth and is famous for Renaissance art, historical monuments and architecture, phenomenal art galleries, museums, and gourmet Tuscan cuisines.

3 days in Florence is perfect for seeing the best of it, you will have ample time to explore the famous Renaissance city, taste the amazing food and wine, and experience the age-long Tuscan tradition.

This Florence itinerary is designed to help you make the most of your time here. Here you can find the best time to visit, the Best areas to stay in Florence with a very handy neighborhood guide, the best transportation options in Florence, and how to explore more of the amazing Tuscan Region.

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WHERE TO STAY IN FLORENCE

Central Location | Hotel Bernini Palace 

Best for Nightlife | Relais Santa Croce

Apartment-Style | Aria Di Casa Apartment 

Budget-Friendly | Rivoli Boutique Hotel 

BEST FLORENCE GUIDED TOURS

Best Tour | Skip the Line Ufizzi Gallery

Fun-Tour | with an electric cart

Best Guided Tour | Guided City Walk

Best-Rated | Tuscany Wine Tasting day trip

FLORENCE TRANSPORTATION

Airport Private Transfer | private transfer

Hop-on-hop-off-bus | Bus day ticket

Transfer to Pisa | Round trip

TRAVEL SAFE IN FLORENCE

Packing | anti-theft backpack

Must-have | universal adapter 

Must-Read | Lonely Planet Florence

Florence for 3-Days Overview

Given the number of things to do and see in Florence, I recommend that 2 days is the absolute minimum you should plan for to avoid spending your trip running around from sight to sight without time to really enjoy the atmosphere of the city.

If you have a third day in Florence, you can easily explore the city and museums, or you can take a day to explore more of the Tuscan Region.

Just because Florence has so much to do and to see, I highly recommend coming to Florence with a well-defined itinerary, in order to maximize your time. The city is very walkable and Florence has a great public transportation system, so take advantage of it, and see my section about how to get around Florence.

Also, make sure you choose accommodation in a good area, where you can walk to the main attractions. Making your reservations in advance is also part of a well-planned visit to Florence. Below, in this guide, you will find the best areas to stay in Florence for every budget.

  • Day 1: Piazza Duomo, Girotto’s Bell Tower, Baptistery, Piazza Della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi Galleria, Galleria dell’Accademia,
  • Day 2: Piazza Michelangelo, Basilica de Santa Croce, Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, Boboli Gardens,
  • Day 3 (Option 1): Brunch, Piazza della Republica, explore more museums in Florence, Sunset at Ponte Vecchio Bridge, Sunset Cruise, farewell dinner
  • Day 3 (Option 2): Take a day trip to Pisa – Leaning Tower, Pisa Cathedral, Pisa Baptistery, Piazza del Cavalieri, Pisa Botanical Gardens

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Florence for 3-days Itinerary

Day 1 in Florence: Appreciate Renaissance art

Day 1 of your Florence for 3 days itinerary will involve a lot of walking, you’ll get to see the biggest attractions in Florence, with many brilliant historical artworks and overpowering ancient structures.

Florence is a city famous for Renaissance art, ancient architecture, and monuments, and today you will get a chance to truly appreciate them.

For the first part of your day you will explore the Duomo and its surrounding, making it an easy walk distance, and for the second half of the day, you will explore the Renaissance art at Uffizi and Galleria dell Accademia.

1. Walk around the Piazza del Duomo

Here is the best way to start your Florence for 3 days itinerary.

In the heart of the city, you will find the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore (commonly known as the Duomo) towering over the Piazza del Duomo. This enormous Gothic cathedral was built in the 14th century and is arguably the most popular building in Florence.

It’s also the most famous attraction, with an iconic red-tiled dome. While the outside of the cathedral may appear plain, the designs of the interior are simply brilliant. You can climb up to the top of the dome to get a breathtaking view of the city.

I recommend booking the tour to visit the Duomo as the views from there are spectacular!

PRO-TIP: If you are visiting the interior of the duomo, you will need to wear appropriate clothes and cover your legs and arms. I recommend always carrying a pashmina shawl with you.

Cathedral Florence for 3 days

2. Climb Giotto’s bell tower

Named after the principal architect who designed it in the 14th century, the elaborately-decorated bell tower stands tall in central Florence’s Piazza del Duomo. It is an 84.7 meters tall bell tower with over 400 steps to the top for the most dramatic view of the city.

The climb can literally take your breath away, even before you get to the top, it’s a long hike that takes about an hour to complete. You have to pace yourself so you won’t run out of breath, however, there are several steps before you get to the top, and you can break your journey and admire the views on your way.

PRO-TIP: If you are planning to visit Giotto’s bell tower, it is recommended to book in advance, check the price and availability

3. Admire the artistic brilliance of the Baptistery

Another amazing ancient architecture in the center of Florence is the octagonal baptistery standing in both the Piazza del Duomo and the Piazza San Giovanni.

The Baptistery dates back to the 11th century and is currently the oldest building in Florence. It has three sets of artistically important bronze doors with relief sculptures and a magnificent mosaic ceiling.

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4. Explore the Piazza della Signoria

This is one of my favorite places to visit in Florence, and it can be overwhelmed by its beauty!

Considering the most beautiful square in Florence, the Palazzo Della Signoria is famous for the replica of Michelangelo’s David, the bronze equestrian statue, impressive sculptures, and the Fountain of Neptune.

Also open for exploration is the Loggia Dei Lanzi, an open-air museum with its fair share of artworks, including five marble female statues and a statue of a barbarian prisoner from Roman times. Take your time exploring and admiring the breathtaking works of art to your heart’s content, then make your way to the Palazzo Vecchio.

5. Discover the hidden treasures in Palazzo Vecchio

Palazzo Vecchio (also called Palazzo Della Signoria) is another major attraction on the Piazza Della Signoria, in fact, that’s where the square takes its name from. This incredible palace has a high bell tower and fortified exterior, a visit to this building will take you through a medieval city hall with multiple floors and plenty of stairs.

As you make your way through the palace, you will find the “Hall of Five Hundred,” which is a large hall featuring a gold-paneled ceiling covered with artworks and two long frescoes by the walls. The Hall of the Five Hundred (or Salone del Cinquecento) is the largest room in the Palazzo Vecchio and has the greatest historic and artistic value.

Florence for 3 days itinerary

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6. Lunch at Ristorante Braceria AUDITORE

In the very heart of the city where most places are tourist traps, you will find the Braceria Auditore, which stands out with very delicious, high-quality food, excellent service, and great prices. It’s located right next to Palazzo Vecchio and offers an absolutely amazing experience.

The interior is warm and beautiful, with a serene and cozy atmosphere. Food is absolutely delectable with good drinks. It’s a great place to rest, drink some Spritz and eat some fantastic Italian food.

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7. Explore the Uffizi Galleria

Make sure you don’t miss the Uffizi Galleria – I have visited Florence many times, and only on my last visit I was able to book the tickets in advance and spend about 4 hours exploring this magnificent gallery.

Right next to the Palazzo Vecchio is the Uffizi Galleria, an impressive museum built in the 16th century as the first modern museum in Europe.

The Uffizi Galleria has an impressive collection of artworks from different periods, it houses masterpieces by many iconic artists including Raphael’s “Madonna of the Goldfinch Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus,” and Titian’s “Venus of Urbino.

PRO-TIP: You will have to take your time here because there are lots of terrific things to see. Before your visit, make sure to get a ticket in advance

8. Stop at Galleria dell’Accademia

Galleria dell’Accademia should be your next stop, and it’s only a few minutes from the Uffizi galleria. The Galleria dell’Accademia is an art museum and is best known for Michelangelo’s David sculpture.

You can easily spend 1-hour admiring the details and perfection of the stunning David sculpture, and wondering how it can have so many details, such as the feet and hands.

PRO-TIP: This gallery has the highest number of Michelangelo sculptures on display. I recommend buying the ticket in advance to make sure you can visit on the day you are planning, and skip the line. You can get tickets in advance here.

9. Dine at Le Cappelle Medicee

After a long, exciting tour of the Tuscan capital, you deserve to relax and refuel at an amazing restaurant like Le Cappelle Medicee. This is a very cozy and cute place, with very warm service and some very fantastic traditional Italian dishes on the menu. Drinks are great, service is excellent, and the prices are even better.


Day 2 in Florence: See more of the amazing Florence

The second day of your Florence 3-day itinerary is another exciting day with lots of attractions to explore. Today you will walk through the oldest bridge in the city, marvel at the towering statue of David, visit the church where Michelangelo was buried, and finally, dine in one of the best restaurants in Florence.

1. View the city from Piazzale Michelangelo

The Piazzale Michelangelo is known for the imposing replica of Michelangelo’s David statue. To the first-timer, this square may come across as unimpressive, but it’s one with one of the most spectacular viewpoints in Florence. The view from the Piazzale will help you truly appreciate how amazingly beautiful the city of Florence is.

PRO-TIP: Piazzale Michelangelo is free to the public, the best time to visit is either early in the morning or at night, to avoid the crowd. Also, watching the sunset from here is something that should be on your bucket list! It is stunning!

2. Visit the Basilica de Santa Croce

Basilica di Santa Croce is a Gothic-style church with great beauty. It dates back to the 14th century and is currently one of the richest churches in terms of medieval history. Santa Croce holds many artistic masterpieces, including stunning frescoes by Giotto.

The church is also known for the Renaissance-style Pazzi chapel, many impressive funerary monuments, and the finest of all early Renaissance tombs. Santa Croce is where Michelangelo and Galileo Galilei, amongst many others, were buried.

3. Walk across the Ponte Vecchio

This is one of my favorite things to do in Florence. Strolling the oldest bridge in Florence, which was built over the Arno river in 1345. Ponte Vecchio is an outstanding medieval engineer and the first segmental arch bridge built in the West.

The bridge was built of wood and stone and has jewelry shops on either side, just like in the Middle Ages. Walking across the two wide terraces of the bridge gives you an incredible view of the Arno river.

Ponthe Vecchio florence for 3 days

4. Explore the Palazzo Pitti

5 minutes from the Ponte Vecchio, on the south side of the Arno river, is the impressive Renaissance palace. Palazzo Pitti was built in the second half of the 15th century, this imposing Italian palace with a long history is now home to a number of important art collections, including sculptures, paintings, art objects, costumes, and porcelain.

The palace is an enormous complex that includes several museums and galleries, it holds so much history such as the treasures and belongings of the Medici family, artworks from the Renaissance and the Baroque, etc.

PRO-TIP: If you are planning to visit the Palazzo Pitti, I highly recommend booking your tickets in advance.

Uffizi florence 3 day itinerary

5. Sunset walk at Boboli Gardens

Directly behind the Palazzo Pitti is the remarkable Boboli gardens. It was originally built for the Medici family as a private garden and opened to the public in the 18th century. Boboli gardens span over 111 acres of beautifully manicured landscape. Stroll through the awesome green scenery to catch the sunset, but make sure you don’t miss the sculptures and the panoramic views of the city below.

PRO-TIP: If you are planning to visit the Boboli Gardens, I highly recommend booking your tickets in advance.

6. Dinner at Osteria Cinghiale Bianco

The Osteria Cinghiale Bianco is an absolutely fantastic restaurant for incredibly top-notch Italian food and drinks. They serve really amazing food and wine in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

The staff are quick, attentive, and provide excellent service. Try the incredibly tasty Florentine steak drizzled with high-quality extra-virgin olive oil or the Tuscan wild boar pasta. Really tasty food and wine, you will thoroughly enjoy yourself.


Day 3 in Florence (Option 1): Have a Relaxing day in the city

Florence is a small city, but it is so culturally rich that you can easily spend 3-days in Florence, and still not see everything. Option 1 for this itinerary is to continue exploring Florence at your own pace and here are some great ideas:

1. Start your day with an Italian Breakfast

Florence has plenty of amazing and very charming cafés and pasticceries to consider around the city. Here are only a few options that I recommend you to try:

Take a Stroll at the Piazza della Repubblica

Florence has some amazing piazzas (squares) to explore, and one of the Other one of main squares in Florence, the Piazza Della Repubblica. Once it was considered the city center since Roman times.

It is located only about three minutes’ walking distance from the Duomo. The Piazza Della Repubblica – which is translated as “Republic Square” has endured much change and has undergone massive reconstruction since its medieval beginnings.

Today, the highlight of this central hub is the iconic carousel that sits in its center. Here you can also find amazing restaurants around to enjoy a high-quality meal.

Piazza in florence

Continue to explore Florence’s Museums

Florence has many museums so I recommend picking at least one or two during your Florence for 3-days. Galleria dell’Accademia and Uffizi Gallery are my top pick.

But if you are a museum buff, the good news is that you have many options of amazing museums in Florence to consider visiting. Here is the list of all the museums in Florence for you to consider:

  1. Leonardo Interactive Museum
  2. Galleria Palatina
  3. Museo Archeologico
  4. Museo di Palazzo Vecchio
  5. Bargello Palace National Museum
  6. Church and Museum of Orsanmichele
  7. Museo Galileo

PRO-TIP: I recommend securing skip-the-line tickets and/or booking museum tours in advance. Check options and book your tickets in advance.

Take a sunset cruise

What better way to close your 3-days in Florence visit, by watching the day come to a close than on a sunset cruise like this one.

You will glide along the water on a Florentine gondola, relaxing on the water, and discover the soul at the most picture-perfect moment of the day in Florence, the aperitivo time. This important time of the day is right before dinner, right before sunset, when Florence is flooded by the most magical light, and even the cold stones seem soft and warm.

Indulge in a Delicious Dinner

 There is no best way to celebrate the farewell of your 3-days in Florence, than with a romantic and delicious dinner. The good news is that Florence has amazing restaurants, from seafood, to steak, to traditional Tuscan fare. Here are some of my top picks for you to get you started:

Traditional Tuscan Cusine:

  • Da Rugger
  • Trattoria Mario
  • Il Latini

Steakhouse:

  • Regina Bistecca
  • Perseus

Seafood:

  • Cestello Ristoclub
  • L’Angolo del Mare
  • Fishing Lab alle Murate
Florence for 3 days sunset

Day 3 in Florence (Option 2): Take a day trip to Tuscany Region

The third and last day of your exciting Florence tour is dedicated to seeing a different part of Tuscany. There are amazing Towns in Tuscany to visit, and you can take a day tour from Florence, or you can visit Tuscan independently, this is what I do and it is a wonderful option.

For this guide, I’ve chosen the Tuscan city of Pisa, the city known for its famous leaning tower and other iconic buildings. Pisa is one of the most visited cities in Tuscany, and for good reasons; it has a lot of history and amazing monumental buildings.

From Florence to Pisa is an hour train ride, so get ready for a thrilling day trip. If you have more time, I really recommend spending at least one night in Tuscan Region to experience this stunning region.

Marvel at the leaning tower

The leaning tower is the most famous attraction in Pisa and one of the most famous landmarks in Italy. In fact, nobody visits Pisa without stopping by this iconic structure. This ornate free-standing tower is one of the most exceptional architecture from Medieval times.

It’s also known as the bell tower or Campanile and is one of the three buildings that make up the Pisa cathedral complex. The obvious tilt is what makes it astounding and also a little scary, but measures have been taken to prevent a collapse.

PRO-TIP: If you are planning to visit the Pisa Tower, I highly recommend booking your tickets in advance.

Famous landmark in Italy

Stop by the massive Pisa Cathedral

The brilliant white Pisa Cathedral is a magnificent building to behold. Although it doesn’t get almost as much recognition as the leaning tower, it’s an absolutely grand structure, a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture.

Besides the arresting exterior, the most notable feature of the cathedral is the marble pulpit by Giovanni Pisano. The cathedral was constructed in the 11th century and is the oldest building on the plaza.

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Visit the biggest Baptistery in Italy

Also, on the cathedral complex is another astounding Romanesque/Gothic-style architecture, the Pisa Baptistery. Standing at 55 meters high, this baptistery is the largest in Italy. The baptistery was built during the transition from Romanesque to Gothic-style and embodies both styles.

One outstanding feature of the baptistery is the marble pulpit by Nicole Pisano. You can climb to the upper viewing points of the baptistery to get panoramic views of the city. And when you do, make sure you have your camera for some amazing shots.

Stop by the Piazza dei Cavalieri

This is one of the main squares in Pisa and is a central attraction. Dating back to the 16th century, the Piazza Dei Cavalieri (the Knight’s Square) remains as beautiful and astonishing as ever. At the center of the square is the statue of the Grand Duke of Tuscany. Once a political center in medieval times, the square still holds so much history and culture.

Stroll through Pisa’s Botanical gardens

Orto Botanico dell’Università di Pisa (University of Pisa Botanical Gardens) was the first of its kind in the whole of Europe and the world. It was originally built in the 16th century by the Medici family and has been relocated a number of times.

This beautiful garden is an awe-inspiring place to visit, it’s simply gorgeous with a variety of colorful plant species, it has different sections and comprises gardens, greenhouses, an arboretum, and ponds.

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Best areas to stay in Florence

One of the first things to do in Florence is to decide on the best area to stay in, and in this section, I shared some of my favorite Florence neighborhoods with good reasons why they are the best places to stay for your holiday. Also, check this amazing article about Most Dreamy Accommodations in Tuscany if you are looking for more inspiration.

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Piazza della Signoria: best for first-time visitors

If you want to stay close to all the top attractions in Florence, this is the perfect neighborhood for you. Piazza Della Signoria is the historical center of Florence, it’s the very heart of the city with several iconic buildings and incredible sights of Renaissance art. It’s also a very expensive neighborhood, with luxury 5-stars hotels, but you can also get reasonably priced mid-range hotels.

Piazza Florence for 3 days

Good Value Hotel | Hotel Ester has an excellent location, just a 2-minute walk from Firenze Santa Maria Novella Train Station,

Entire Apartment | Roommo Santa Maria Novella is just a few steps from the main point of interest in Florence. This apartment has a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a balcony with garden views.

Luxury hotel | Hotel Bernini Palace is a stunning 15th-century building, located only a 5-minute walk from Florence Cathedral and Ponte Vecchio. Featuring antique furniture and Murano-glass chandeliers.


Santa Croce: best for vibrant nightlife

This is a charming neighborhood with very lively nights and only a few minutes’ stroll from the city center. Santa Croce is an excellent area for escaping from large tourist crowds, here you will interact more with the locals and even feel like one yourself. You will find intimate boutique hotels and bargain apartments.

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Good Value Apartment | Aria Di Casa Apartment is a self-catering accommodation with free Wi-Fi, and just a few steps to the Santa Croce Basilica.

Boutique hotel | La Casa di Morfeo is a brand new property, located only a 15-minute walk to the Ponte Vecchio bridge.

Luxury hotel | Relais Santa Croce is a 5-star hotel set in an 18th-century building one of the most luxurious, stylish, and elegant properties in the historic center of Florence.


Santa Maria Novella: best for budget-friendly accommodations

This is the ideal place to stay if you’re working on a budget, it’s close to the train station which means that you can easily get around the city. It’s also within walking distance of the major attraction in Florence. Santa Maria Novella is generally a very bubbly neighborhood with traditional buildings and great value accommodations.

Iitinerary florence for 3 days

Good Value Hotel | Hotel Argentina has a great value and excellent location, only a few steps from the River Arno and less than a 10-minute walk from Santa Maria Novella Station.

Boutique Hotel | Rivoli Boutique Hotel is housed in an old renovated Franciscan convent, dating back to the 14th century.

Luxury hotel | 25hours Hotel Piazza San Paolino is a gorgeous hotel close to several well-known attractions. Just a few minutes’ walk to the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, 0.4 miles from Ponte Vecchio, and an 8-minute walk from Piazza del Duomo, Florence.

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Florence for 3-Days | Practical Information

To make your 3 days Itinerary in Florence trip as hassle-free and budget-friendly as possible, here are some pro tips for you. You can thank me later 😉

What is the best time to visit Florence?

The best time to visit Florence is during spring and fall when the temperatures are comfortable and there are fewer crowds:

SPRING: Temperatures start to warm up in spring, going from the late teens to mid-twenties, although it’s still advisable to wear layers in case of colder spells.

SUMMER: The summer months of July and August see higher temperatures and visitor numbers reach their peak. Temperatures are normally around 81 °F and often reach over 88 °F at the height of the day.

FALL: Temperatures cool down gradually, so September is still very pleasant, with an average of around 77℉. Expect crisp fall leaves and some sunnier days, but plan for wet weather too.

WINTER: Temperatures in the south remain mild in winter. However, northern Italy is normally wet and cold, and it’s not unusual for snow to fall, especially in the mountains.

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How to Get Around Florence?

With narrow streets, vast squares, and grand palaces, Florence is an interesting city to explore. But since most parts of the city allow limited traffic, getting around can be tricky. To make your stay in Florence easier and more memorable, I’ve listed the best ways to get around Florence during your brief visit.

Foot: Florence is a small city and the major attractions are within walking distance from each other. So, it’s quite possible to explore the city on foot. 

Bicycle: if walking is too much trouble for you, then you have the option of renting a bike. Bikes in Florence are inexpensive, you can get one for €2 per hour or €10 per day.

Buses: another option for efficiently getting around the city is via the efficient ATAF buses and trams. Tickets go for as low as €1.50 ($1.70).

Taxi: this is an expensive option as the meter starts from about €3 ($3.40) on weekdays, and is even more expensive on weekends. Taxis are not the ideal transport for budget travelers.

Rental Car: I have been many times to Florence, including with a rental car and I will be very honest here, I recommend you to NOT rent a car in Florence. Or if you are traveling by a rental car, park it in a designed area, and walk or use public transportation. Reasons are: It is very hard to find parking spots in Florence, the traffic is heavy and be prepared to get many tickets.

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TRAVEL SAFETY: Travel Insurance for Italy

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How to Get to Florence

To get the best experience during your stay in Florence, you should be able to easily get around without any confusion. And in this blog post, I explain in detail all the best transportation options from Rome to Florence to make your trip planning easy, and safe.

If you’re a confident driver and wouldn’t mind being your own chauffeur, you won’t be disappointed because you can rent a car and drive yourself around the beautiful town of Florence.

You can get a 15% off your rental car when you book through this site. I use and recommend RentalCar because it is the most reliable rental car source, and it allows you to compare the prices of different places.

What to Pack for three days in Florence

I have visited Florence in different seasons, and it can be cold in winter and very hot during summertime.

If you are also visiting during hot months, think about light clothes and comfortable shoes to walk and explore during the day. Leave your pair of high heels at home, as you won’t need them. Don’t forget your sunblock, and sunglasses and consider a hat too.

For the evening, especially if you are planning to have dinner at one of the nice restaurants, you can think about a comfortable summer dress and sandals. Or if you are not into dresses, a pair of jeans and a nice top and a nice pair of sandals.

The climate can be mild in Florence, so consider bringing a pashmina for the evening.

Florence for 3 Days Conclusion

Florence is a dream destination for any travel lover and doesn’t matter if you love art, history, incredible food, or meeting friendly people, Florence offers it all, and exploring Florence for 3 days is a great length of time.

I hope this guide helped you to find out what are the best places to stay in Tuscany, and that you have found that dream destination to make your trip even more special.

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3 thoughts on “Florence for 3 Days: The Perfect Florence Itinerary in 2022”

  1. I love Florence! I went there 3 times already and I might go again! Thanks for yout tips, this city is incredibly pretty and I love the ambiance!

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