For the first time after the lockdown I travel back to Florence in Italy. See in this video which impact the Covid-19 has on security measures and tourism.
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.
S2 – E8 – Italian Road Trip Day 8 – Florence
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.
t’s half time on our road trip which brings us to one of the most magnificent towns of the Tuscany: Siena. The town is most famous for its medieval and renaissance architecture as well as interesting museums.
S2 – E5 – Italian Road Trip Day 5 – Bagno Vignoni, San Quirico D’Orcia & Pienza
After our stay in Radicofani, we continue our voyage of discovery in the Val D’Orcia. Along the road we explore the characteristic landscape and villages San Quirico D’Orcia, Bagno Vignoni and Peinza. On top, we show you an original movie location from the “Gladiator” as well as the best photography spots.
S2 – E4 – Italian Road Trip Day 4 – Vald D’Orcia, Radicofani & Bagni di San Filippo
From Bolsena we’re driving directly into the Val D’Orcia, a valley in the southern part of the Tuscany. The valley is famous for its picturesque Tuscan villages which are embedded in aesthetic hilly landscapes with cypresses and green fields.
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Season 2 Trailer
In season 2 my brother and I take you on a road trip from Rome to the Cinque Terre. During 12 day we traveled around 700 km and have visited some of the most beautiful and also hidden places in Italy. Join us on our journey and experience all the adventures and impressions that were expecting us.
Already when I was in a very young age my parents took me and my brother to Italy for making holidays. One of the first trips I remember was when we were traveling over night with the night train from Bern to Follonica in the Tuscany for making holidays at the sea side.
How to visit the cathedral of Florence (Santa Maria del Fiore)
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.
S1 – E4 Florence travel guide, Cathedral, Mercato Centrale & Santa Maria Novella (Day 3)
In this last episode of the Florence series I show you how to visit the cathedral of Florence the best…