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Oltrarno, artisans and royals: stroll in the “Coolest neighborhood” and delve in the Pitti Palace

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Historic center of Florence
Palazzo Pitti (Historic center of Florence)

Inclusions

✓ Professional local guide
✓ Workshops and craftsmen visits
✓ Pitti Palace visit (Palatine Gallery & Royal Apartments)

Tour description

Discover Oltrarno, the coolest neighborhood in the world for Lonely Planet.

In this fascinating district, very much like a small village, you will breathe Florence’s real atmosphere and the hipster charm that pervades its streets, rendering it totally unique.
Visit best workshops, goldsmiths, restorers and antiques shops that make still live the old Florentine craftsmanship tradition. Enjoy a best quality tea with homemade pies in one the of coolest concept store of the city. Explore its range and start a journey through the world of tea.

Then, delve in its beauty and learn more about the history of the fascinating Medici dynasty in their Palazzo Pitti, a hige Renaissance pacale built round three sides of a sloping square overlooked by the building,s long, several façade. You will visit the sumptuous Palatine Gallery, with its magnificent baroque rooms housing the Medici's own private collection of more than 500 artworks, including the world largest collection of Raffaello's artworks, and others by Tiziano, Botticelli, Caravaggio and many more.
You will then discover the Royal Apartments: a suite of 14 rooms, formerly used by the Medici family, and lived in by their successors and then the Italian Royal family, Savoia.

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2 reviews for Oltrarno, artisans and royals: stroll in the “Coolest neighborhood” and delve in the Pitti Palace

  1. Kelly

    Nice walk in the Oltrarno district and spectacular visit to Palazzo Pitti. Thanks to Flow who showed us the history and curiosities of Florence.

  2. Philomena

    The Oltrarno tour introduced us to the left bank of the Arno river, the most typical and genuine part of Florence. Many craftsmen still have their shops here. We walked along the narrow streets near Ponte Vecchio and look up at the medieval towers that once crowded the city. Gorgeous spot for a cup of tea or an aperitif.

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