Florence Old Town Cityscape is the capital of the Italian region of Tuscany. It lies on the bank of river Arno. It is well renowned for its history and its important part played in Renaissance for art and architecture. Every year it draws millions of tourists and UNESCO has acknowledged it as the World Heritage Site.
There are very few places in the world that have an interesting history and Florence is one of them. Its existence has been seen in the Roman time that is when the Etruscans ruled Italy during the 18th century BC. It was also present at the time of Julius Caesar. In the 3rd Century Florence was established as the centre for Trading by the Romans after they defeated the Etruscans. After this the prosperity and peace of Florence was lost due to the Barbarian attack from the northern Europeans and for 1400 years it was considered as a lost city. It was finally in the 19th century the city was re-established and taken up as the capital of Italy temporarily.
Some interesting and funny facts about Florence Old Town Cityscape are: while in the city you will find that the name of a single street is different at one end and different at the other. While travelling through Florence you will experience some of the most beautiful road of all Italy that passes through various vineyards and woodlands. It has been known in the history that Florence was the first city of Italy that had paved streets. The famous Florence Nightingale well known for revolutionising the world in the field of nursing was named for the city of her birth.
Most of the time it is raining in Florence therefore people does not wish to take a trip in the city. It is said that the best season to visit is during spring but it is too warm at that time but not hot. It is during March and April that you will find the city to be a bit bust and cooler therefore the best time to be in the city to enjoy your trip. In summers the temperature gets too high. In autumn also the weather is lovely in Florence and thus it will be a very good season for you to be there especially if you like food and vine. During the winter there is enough cold and rain offered by Florence therefore it is suggested not to be there at that time.
There are lots of things to see and do that is related to the History and old civilization of the city such as:
The cityscape in Italy have been captivated since 16th century and continues to do the same till 21st century, a visit to the same will be a spectacular experience.
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