The day starts early in Florence with the opening of the first bakeries where you can taste a wide variety of pastries and sandwiches that help to start the day in a pleasant way together with a good coffee or a good cappuccino.
Having breakfast at the bar is a widespread habit in the city and it easily infects people visiting Florence as a tourist. Bars and bakeries are widespread in every area of the city and with a few euros you can enjoy a delicious breakfast.
After satisfying the appetite you can walk to the downtown area where just walking you can easily reach the monuments and most important museums of the city. Heading towards these places is a chance to see many buildings and historical art works which line one after the other along the streets and squares of the historic center of Florence.
You can visit museums and art places of Florence either with the assistance of excellent professional guides, licensed by the city of Florence, or independently if you want to organize on your own.
Because of the many important works that you can find in the most important museums of the city, the suggestion that you can give to the passionate who have a deep understanding of art is the following - just book a tour with a guide that will show you the many works kept in museums and churches in Florence with a logical itinerary and explaining.
The museum tours are the Florence's favorite tourist destinations. There is a very high number of city museums, such as the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery. The most visited Florence Tours in Italy.
In addition to the visits of museums or of any other place of art in the city, such as the beautiful historic squares, visitors can help themselves in the many restaurants and trattorias that are widespread in every street and square of the historic center of Florence. You can enjoy excellent dishes of Florentine and Tuscan cuisine accompanied by excellent Tuscan wines famous and appreciated all over the world.
For those who prefer street food there are excellent “vinaini” (wine and sandwich shops) and shops that offer sandwiches with excellent Tuscan salami accompanied by a glass of wine. If you want to taste the real typical Florentine sandwich just visit the characteristic street stands which sell lampredotto (tripe sandwich), a plate made according to an ancient Florentine recipe that uses the internal parts of the beef and that it is accompanied perfectly with a glass of red wine.