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Inside Santa Maria Novella Train Station, Florence - In front of the pharmacy with the green cross
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Florence is impressive by day, but by night, it’s purely magical. There is nothing more alluring than quaint Florentine streets wrapped the soft golden glow of street lamps… Our Florence Night Tour offers you a one-of-a-kind experience with a scenic driving tour of the city, a visit to the less explored suburbs, crowned by a three-course dinner.
In one hour and a half, you will have a peek at the best of the Florence tourist attractions. Plus, our entertaining, professional, experienced guide will fill the evening with exciting accounts of city’s turbulent history. A delicious cherry on top is the authentic Florentine dinner in the historic center. You will taste Florence’s culinary staples such as delicious Bistecca Alla Fiorentina!
There is something special about Florence. The streets are not as crowded, and the elegant, quaint ambiance resonates through the air with more power. If you want to avoid the daily masses without giving up a wholesome scoop on the city’s landmarks and history, Florence evening tour is your answer.
Booking Florence Night Tour with us will ensure you see the best of Florentine attractions, landmarks, and panoramas. Our expert guide will lead you to introduce you to the city’s history as well as contemporary life. Plus, you will be able to witness the sunset at Piazzale Michelangelo, Florence’s best panoramic spot.
The dinner featuring Fiorentina steak is another incentive that’s hard to ignore. Although this stake is the icon of Florentine cuisine, not every restaurant makes it justice. With us, you can relax and be sure you are going to try one of the best Bistecca Alla Fiorentina in Florence.
Set among the lavishly green hills of Tuscany, Florence is one of the most popular cities in Europe. It’s mainly celebrated for being the “cradle” of the Renaissance as well as its economic and military achievements in the Middle Ages.
However, the city’s history goes much deeper into the past than that. Actually, it was the (in)famous Julius Caesar who founded it in 59 BC. His vision was to make it a refuge for retired military veterans. However, he named the settlement Florentia (“flourishing”)... perhaps he had a hunch that one day this city will be infused with power and wealth.
It’s because Florence’s convenient location on a fertile, farmable land as well as on a major travel route between northern Italy and Rome that the city grew into a bustling commercial center. By the 10th century, Florence was on a stable upward trajectory towards success and prosperity.
As if that wasn’t enough, it became an important banking hub. The power of Florentine banks spread all across Europe, and the Medici banking family was the cunning puppet master behind it all.
Wealth attracts opportunity and innovation. Hence, Florence created a perfect ambiance for the exploration and creation of art. Many of the most influential masters of the era gathered in Florence to create masterpieces for the affluent Florentine families.
We promise it’s much more compelling listening to these stories while watching the dawn fall upon Florence. If you are after a wholesome introduction to the city in a relaxed atmosphere away from the crowds, book our Florence night tour today!