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Piazzale Michelangelo Florence 1.4 mi away
#1 of 630 things to do in Florence
We were travelling with two kids under the age of 6 and a pram, so the prospect of climbing the huge amount of stairs to reach Piazzale Michelangelo was a little overwhelming, but it was well worth it (and good ex...
My Italian family always liked to go to Piazzale Michelangelo and marvel at their beautiful city.
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Piazza della Signoria Florence 0.9 mi away
#3 of 630 things to do in Florence
This huge square is a massive open air museum with its numerous statues' from Michelangelo's copy of "David," ,the huge Equestrian Monument of Cosimo I of the Medici family and the bronze statue of Perseus with th...
Umberto and his brother Mateo Pini took care of our dinner reservations, including a 3 Michellin Star, and the restaurant their own family dines, all within walking distance from our lodging.
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Mus.e Firenze Florence 0.9 mi away
#13 of 630 things to do in Florence
The guide, Giacomo, captivated the children with the right level of interesting facts and entertainment, and captivated us too!
Francesco from Mus.e entertained the kids with the Life at Court program!
Piazza del Duomo Florence 0.7 mi away
#2 of 630 things to do in Florence
The basilica and history as it relates to the pope and the powerful rich Italian families gives you a realistic perspective of history and art history.
The Piazza is definitely a place worth a complete visit, you can clearly see the influence the Medici family had on Italian culture, and how this icon of Florentine architecture is a world heritage site.
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I Cocchieri di' Chianti Montagnana Val di Pesa 10.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Montagnana Val di Pesa
He is really just a wonderful guide and has tons of anecdotes to tell about the area and the ancient families who still own much of the territory and manage the farmland, vineyards and olive groves.
Our family wanted to experience the culture of Tuscany and one of the highlights of our trip was the horse and carriage ride provided by I Cocchieri dí Chianti.
Parco Avventura Il Gigante Vaglia 5.7 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Vaglia
A wide variety if levels and courses make sure everybody can find something just scary enough, with several great Butterfly walkways and zips for young kids all the way up to the very challenging treetop puzzles a...
Brilliant afternoon with our family group of adults, and children aged 10-14.
KM Zero Tours - Slow Travel Tuscany Mercatale di Val di Pesa 8.8 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Mercatale di Val di Pesa
Arianna and Alessio were fabulous hosts, treating us like family as they toured us through the Tuscan countryside they love, sharing family stories and the history of the region.
We went to a local family-run winery, followed by a once-in-a-life time meal at a lovely family home (so many fresh garden veggies to count) with the family's own delicious olive oil shining through every course.
Florence American Cemetery Tavarnuzze 5.5 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Tavarnuzze
The reverence shown by the keepers of the cemetery to the 4,400 men and women American heroes ( kids really) who died in Italy during WWII is almost indescribable.
My husband is as patriotic as they come and my heart beats for all the fallen, the lost and those who returned as well as for their families and friends.
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Castello di Sammezzano Leccio
#1 of 7 things to do in Leccio
The long hike up with two children (12 year old son and 8 year old daughter) in the summer was enjoyable but required frequent stops for water so take a back pack because there is nothing but nature and an unlived...
Abbazia Di Vallombrosa Vallombrosa
#1 of 1 things to do in Vallombrosa
Parco del Castello di Sammezzano Leccio
#3 of 7 things to do in Leccio
Parco del Neto Calenzano 6.4 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Calenzano
Mercato Centrale Florence 0.4 mi away
#7 of 630 things to do in Florence
Particular favorites of ours at the Mercato Centrale are: Baroni Alimentari – Alessandro and Paola Baroni have a fantastic family-run business selling some of the best cured meats and cheese in Florence.
The downstairs has many food stands selling fresh cheese, meats, pastries, flowers, goodies to take back to friends & families, etc. Upstairs is a huge food court now, they have all different kinds of food.
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Campanile del Duomo di Pistoia Pistoia, Italy 19.8 mi away
#3 of 104 things to do in Pistoia
Centro Documentazione e Ricerche Storiche di Gotica Toscana Onlus Scarperia e San Piero 17.7 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Scarperia e San Piero
Parco delle Cascine di Tavola Prato, Italy 10.3 mi away
#3 of 66 things to do in Prato
Duomo di Prato Prato, Italy 10.4 mi away
#2 of 66 things to do in Prato
Piazza del Duomo Pistoia, Italy 19.8 mi away
#2 of 104 things to do in Pistoia
Palazzo Pretorio Certaldo 19.2 mi away
#3 of 17 things to do in Certaldo
Steeped in amazing history and the locals made us very welcome and enjoyed watching our family wedding, such a beautiful experience.
All of our family and friends loved it and we will be coming back to Certaldo - we just love it
Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista Campi Bisenzio 5.9 mi away
#1 of 29 things to do in Campi Bisenzio
Parco Mediceo di Pratolino (Villa Demidoff) Vaglia 9.8 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Vaglia
The Medici family, since the sixteenth century until the early eighteenth century, rules what was originally one of the richest and most economically active regions in Europe (I mean Tuscany), and that in the end...
Piazza della Repubblica Florence 0.8 mi away
#66 of 630 things to do in Florence
A carousel in center right is lovely and entertains children all day and into the evening hours.
A large area filled with modern cafeterias which attracted numerous tourists and many random activities, such as groups of people dancing to music played, or a merry-go-round for kids.
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Piazza San Giovanni Florence 0.6 mi away
#52 of 630 things to do in Florence
Don’t miss the wonderful Loggia del Bigallo, the late Gothic structure, that served as a shelter for lost and unwanted children.
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Museo di Storia Naturale - La Specola Florence 1.3 mi away
#46 of 630 things to do in Florence
This section is a delight for children as there are hands on sections kids will love (and the old folks too)!
But it’s also a great place to bring children - for younger children the animals are interesting and older children the way the animals are classified teaches them about zoology.
Rocca Federico II San Miniato, Italy 21.4 mi away
#2 of 32 things to do in San Miniato
Piazza Matteotti Greve in Chianti 14.2 mi away
#9 of 57 things to do in Greve in Chianti
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Centro Storico Florence 0.6 mi away
#10 of 630 things to do in Florence
Florence is the city of the Renaissance, and it really owes much to the genius and foresight of the Medici Family, without whom it might have been so different!
We were third time here, and it was first time for our kids.
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Certaldo Certaldo 19.2 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Certaldo
It's such a fun experience for the whole family!
Requires a short hike uphill (would classify as very easy just taking a look - if you travel with children they will make you take funicular no matter what).
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Perseus Statue Florence 2.3 mi away
#17 of 630 things to do in Florence
It also has a brilliant history and communicates the power which the Medici family held during that era
Perseus uses the head to free her and woo her and have children with her.
Museo degli Innocenti Florence 0.5 mi away
#38 of 630 things to do in Florence
The museum offers a history of the Ospedale which now exists as a charitable organization to aid children, including computer monitors with case histories of various babies who lived there in the 1500s as well as...
We went for what the guide books called the architecture and it was worth it, but vastly more worth it was the museum of the lives of the children and adults who lived and worked in this building- a fabulous and w...
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