We are continuing our journey to Lucca, a Tuscan city 20 km northeast from Pisa. Discover in this episode the fully preserved 4 kilometer long city wall as well as the old town with its numerous churches, towers, palaces and the amphitheater.
We arrive at the most famous place in the Tuscany: Florence. The city is considered as the cradle of the renaissance and possesses numerous works of art. We take you on the top of the famous cathedral and inside its museum, to the Palazzo Vecchio, the Medici-Riccardi palace and the Mercato Centrale.
We are going southwards! The first time in my Vlogs I’m documenting the most southern region of Italy and the biggest island in the Mediterranean sea: Sicily. Our tour starts at the foot of the mount Etna volcano in the city of Catania.
Situated at the foot of the Alps lies Bergamo, a beautiful city overlooking the Po level on a top of a hill. Discover in this episode must see places and attractions.
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Every year, since more than 200 years, the “Infioratori” of the towns Bolsena and Montefiascone prepare flower carpets up to 3 kilometers long for the Corpus Christi festivity. Discover the beautiful flower designs, the solemn procession and the unbelievable work behind it including all relevant visitor information.
The Santa Maria del Fiore (Florence cathedral) is the main church and the major landmark of Florence. The church who should enlarge the existing religious structure, was originally designed by Arnolfo di Cambio and got approved by the city council in 1294.
In this last episode of the Florence series I show you how to visit the cathedral of Florence the best…