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You can't go to Florence and miss The Ponte Vecchio. Go early for a more deserted ambiance. I don't know if it's wise to purchase jewelry there. You can see a good view of and on the bridge, as well as other Florence highlights in...More
This is not a hotel but a bridge. While visiting Florence this is a must visit place. There are multi storied shops and offices on this bridge. Jewelry is sold on this bridge but better to avoid as cost and authenticity is under doubt.
The bridge itself is amazing - again, given the historical context it is a sight to behold. However, the crowds, noise and car and scooter traffic is ridiculous. You take your life into your hands when you try to move about the area. Best to...More
Stayed around Pont Vecchio bridge ( Hermitage Hotel - excellent location and older style) Lots of culture to absorb at main attractions, Great people watching, and shopping, but the smaller streets are where the good eating is found
This is well worth a visit the bridge is stunning and you can get some really lovely photos. We walked to the bridge and then caught the bus up the hill to get some more photos of the river and the view
Every visitor coming to Florence for the first time will immediately identify with Uffizi. As in past times, passing through Via dei Calzaiuoli, you can reach the city center, the Florence that everybody dreams of. In just a few steps, visitors can experience the rare beauty of the capital of the Renaissance. walking delighted across Palazzo Vecchio and overlooking Piazza della Signoria, up to the
Loggia of the Uffizi where it is possible to fully taste the talent of the best artists who animated Florence over the centuries. When the sun goes down, there’s nothing better than a walk along the river Arno up to the ancient bridge, Ponte Vecchio. It is full of jewels and decorated by the colors captured in postcards.