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This outdoor museum space is a peaceful place to rest your weary feet after a long day of sight seeing. Admire some of Florence's most iconic original sculptures from Cellini's "Perseus" to Giambologna's "Rape of the Sabines."
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As we were walking around Florence on our first day, we turned the corner into the piazza and looked up and had our socks knocked off because of all the amazing sculptures. Must "to do" when in Florence.
If in Florence as a tourist you can't miss the Loggia. We seemed to pass it, stop in front of it, take a break by it, meet next to it, or something, continuously. The Loggia houses some Roman statues at the back and then my...More
One of the most magical places I ever been , best time to enjoy this fantastic place and the statues is late at night when the crowds of visitors are not around, while sipping some chianti wine of course .
Some how, that just doesn't seem right; we shouldn't be able to bring our lunches and lounging around these historic treasures. It's just so, I don't know, maybe a bit disrespectful? Would we do this in a museum?
Back to the Loggia, Cosimo I housed...More
Well, yes, great, but on the other hand there is only one statue that i would call really exceptional. But then again, that is enough, because that goes for the Accademia too, and there you have to wait an hour or two to get in...More
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.
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This is an outdoor porch with Renaissance sculptures. There are no bathrooms, however there are several nearby restaurants which will have restrooms. There is no disabled access, only a short group of stairs. The statues can... More
This is an outdoor porch with Renaissance sculptures. There are no bathrooms, however there are several nearby restaurants which will have restrooms. There is no disabled access, only a short group of stairs. The statues can be viewed, however, from the piazza.