I think it is worth to see it once. It has a different architectural design cimpare most of other italy buildings.
About Piazza del Duomo
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So many beautiful pictures to take. So many lovely things to see. Caveat emptor: The closer you are to this tourist-hub, the more expensive your meal or coffee or snack or acqua minerale or postcard will be. Get your tickets at the convenient biglietteria across...More
This Square is dominated by the Duomo. There are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants in the Square, but also many tourists visiting the Duomo, and tour groups visiting the Square. Add to this the street sellers taking up space and traffic trying to edge...More
These Cathedrals are amazing. Just be sure that you are properly covered if you want to go inside. So no short skirts, shorts, or shoulders showing (mainly pertains to women)
This is a grand place to stand! If you are wandering around Florence, you'll have to work hard to miss this, it's right there, in the middle, a grand big imressive work of art.
When we visited this piazza in August needless to say it was very hot and packed full of tourists. At that time of year I have never been anywhere so incredibly busy. As you can imagine there are lots of bars and cafes around the...More
Very impressive piazza, religious places aren't my favourite but this square is truly impressive. I found the colours very unusual, I wasn't expecting it to look like that. Worth seeing!
Walking around the Cathedral is very amazing. But if you want to drink or eat something at the piazza it is very expensive. We have visited this place nearly everyday because we couldn't get enough of the view at the Cathedral.
Visually stunning, too much to take in a first sight. Truly amazing and a must see when visiting Florence. Entry tickets at €15 are reasonable but you should book to avoid disappointment.
We were on our second visit to the city of Florence. After spending a long time walking through the narrow streets and lanes, we eventually arrived at the Piazza del Duomo. This splendid city square was so crowded with people that one was barely able...More