Charming streets of Florence

Walking the cobbled & narrow streets of charming Florence surrounded by beauty, art, history and intricate architecture. Florence, one of Italy’s many gems!DSCF3361DSCF3373DSCF3399

Wearing: Zara Kimono, H&M pants, H&M top, Forever 21 necklace, Michael Kors bag, Aldo shoes, MAC lipstick and Pearl bracelet


As I walk the cobbled streets of the charming city of Florence, I can’t help but notice the Renaissance influence & the beauty of the delicately crafted architecture. Ponte Vecchio and the Duomo are must-see sights in Florence along with Michelangelo’s David sculpture.  Ponte Vecchio is the bridge over the Arno River, the Duomo is the stunning terracotta cathedral and the David is displayed at Galleria dell’Accademia museum.

Florence seems to be built with different tones of  the color brown and at times various shades  of terracotta, luckily my outfit matched the architecture.

Florence is also a great place to shop, especially for jewelry & anything made of gold!

Until next time,




132 thoughts on “Charming streets of Florence

  1. Amazing photos! What a beautiful, charming, and magical place Florence seems to be! I will be traveling to Florence next year and am so excited. How would you describe the vibe there, and how was it traveling solo?


    1. Thank you so much for complimenting my photos ! It sure is a beautiful city filled with amazing architecture and so much history. I’m sure you will enjoy, Florence is one of the most popular cities visited in Italy. The vibe is great, lots of good food and so much to see. Duomo, musuems and even just walking around has lots to offer in my opinion. As for travelling solo, I was part of an organized group but I think you should be alright with a map or an idea of what you will be seeing. Happy future travels


    1. My Florence posts date of a few months ago. I am not a touristic blog, I am simply sharing my journey as I see fit therefore I will not be making changes or adding information to past posts. There is ample information on Florence available on the web. Also when I travel, I don’t remember the name of all the streets I roam, I simply walk and photograph what I like. I hope you can enjoy the posts as they are.


  2. We enjoyed Florence a.k.a. Firenze very much… C’est vrai qu’il faut marcher et admirer… une ville tres touristique mais tres belle aussi. Tu peux aller voir si tu veux j’ai publie mon dernier texte sur notre voyage en Italie…la semaine prochaine ca sera le Mexique !!


  3. I love old architecture and Florence certainly has that. Thanks for sharing to those of us who don’t have the opportunity to visit Europe. And your presence in the photos has certainly added beauty to your surroundings. Thanks for stopping by, by the way and following my f-stop fantasy. I hope you will find pleasure there.


    1. I also love the old architecture Italy has to offer! Thank you for complimenting my photos and I’m glad you get to travel through my pictures. You’re most welcome and thanks for stopping by !


    1. I wonder that as well. When I was in Rome, I told someone, you’re so lucky you live in Rome, a beautiful city and the person responded, with the amount of tourists especially in the summer, its a hassle, so maybe its the same with Florence. Regardless, Florence is beautiful.


  4. Such beautiful architecture; such a stunning model! 🙂 Thank you for the armchair tour of Florence, and for becoming a follower of my blog, From the Inside Out. I hope you find the posts meaningful, Evelina.


  5. I have been fortunate to have toured many places and countries but Florence remains my absolute favorite. I’d go back in a heartbeat. Thanks for taking me back there with this post.


    1. Grazie! There is one in my ‘Verona is for lovers’ posts and more to come! Even if I don’t always post gelato pics, I have one in each different Italian city 🙂


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