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Great Italy

Italy if great any time of the year.In the winter you can ski, in the summer – enjoy the sun and swim in the sea, in the autumn and spring you can go to the excursions around the country, to the wedding trips to Venice, to do shopping in Milan, exercise pilgrimage tours to Rome, separate country Vatican and other holy places of Italy. Italy is in the top 5 of the most visited countries in the world.It has mountains, plains, islands and peninsulas washed by five seas and a few bays. Millions of tourists come to Italy every years to taste the best pasta in the world, get a golden tan or ski in the snowy Alps, go shopping and feel the atmosphere of attractive Italian charm. Island of Sicily is in the south of Italy and is separated from the main land by the Strait of Messina. This place is full of rich history and multinational culture.Plains,rocks and clean sea are ready to welcome tourists from all the places in the world since May till November.In Sicily there are many resorts and beaches worth to visit, and we are going to tell about them. Agrigento is a resort located close to Africa.Its sightseeing is the Valley of Temples, the buildings honouring ancient gods preserved till the present.You should definitely visit this place if you plan holidays in this area. Sciacca is a resort with thermal sources and soft sandy beaches.Among the popular entertainments are diving, fishing,riding scooter or boat along the local beaches. Syracuse is located on the eastern coast of Sicily and it is considered one of the most visited cities on the island.Bays, rocks and especially warm sea are the things that distinguish this place from others.Here plenty of ancient and medieval monuments have been preserved.Beaches of Catania are in the top 20 list of the most visited places in Italy. City of La Playa is a main touristic center, here there are many hotels, Spa and everything what tourist would want. In Messina is located one of the favourite resorts of the tourists from all over the world – Taormina.Here you can just spend time on the beach,have a rest from the city hustle as well as get involved in the activities. And one should not omit mentioning Palermo, the city-museum.Amount of sightseeings,churches,caplets,museums,gardens and parks is beyond the limits.During the day you can spend time on the beach, have a rest or get involved in the water sport activities that are offered, and in the evening you can go to the excursion.In this city any tourist can be satisfied. Even a child knows that Milan is a fashion capital.Fashion lovers from all over Europe come here to purchase the new collections of modern brands especially in the time of sales – in January and July.Some outlets start sales in the middle of December in order to attract the locals.It is remarkable that in the beginning of sales the discounts are 30-40%, while in the middle of February they can reach 70. While planning your leisure, one should bear in mind that many shops are closed on Sunday as in other European countries, Sunday is a day off for everyone.Naturally, if you decide to do a big purchases, do not forget about Tax Free possibility.On the cashier desk of the shop you ask for a form that you can fill on the place as well as in the airport and you will get back approximately 12% from the price. Even many people associate Milan with shopping, a day can be spent for local sightseeing’s. Undoubtedly, one should visit the Cathedral Square (Piazza del Duomo) and Milan Cathedral in the gothic style that represents a symbol of the city. The Cathedral is one of the most well-known buildings in Europe, its beauty subdues and fascinates.Strict security at the entrance does not allow inside the females with uncovered shoulders and knees, thus if you want to admire the building inside, you should think of your cloth in advance. One can also reach the roof of the Cathedral using elevator or by foot for less charge, and admire the view of the city from the bird eye. Plenty of shops with souvenirs,postcards, magnets with high European prices are around the square.Through the Gallery of Victor Emmanuel the Second with the fancy boutiques
you can make it to the famous Opera Theatre La Scala that is considered the leading world theatre, part of the theatre is a school for stage mastery, dances and music. It is definitely worth walking along the territory of the Sforza Castle.History lovers will find on its territory a few museums: Museum of Musical Instruments, Ancient Egyptian, pre-historic and other exhibitions.You can visit museums using one joint ticket. Many locals move around the city with the bikes, tourists can also rent this kind of transportation or even purchase a bike tour with a guide that will show you the most interesting places and streets. Absolutely, the first thing that come to mind when mentioning the capital of Italy is Colloseum.A grand construction of amphitheatre was built in the first century A.C., the gladiators fighting’s, hunting wild animals,sea battles and others were held, still the atmosphere and the power of the ancient world, its force and energy can be sensed there.Colloseum is a symbol of Rome, one of the most sightseeing’s of Italy.Besides, Rome is a city of seven hills, and the locals even celebrate the holiday of seven hills on 11th December, the day when all the seven hills were included into the city.For this moment along both sides of the river Tiber there are 12 hills.Capitolium is a main hill of Rome where in the ancient time Temples of Minerva and Jupiter were located.Capitoium Square is built upon the project of Michelangelo’s Square has an ornament – riddle depicted with the light stones. It is believed that the Earth with all its meridians most probably points out that Rome is a centre of the world.On the Square the Statue of Emperor on the horse,Senatorium, Palace of Conservatives and the Nuovo Palazzo are located. Square of Saint Peter is very popular around the world.This is the place where Catholics from all over the world come to listen presentations of the Pope. He makes his preaching broadcasted on two screens on the square every Wednesday at 11 a.m.Incredible energy exists in this place, the tourists who treat religion and history sensitively will definitely feel it.

What else to visit?

Spanish stairs is a great architecture monument built in the baroque style, it is located on the way to the church of Trinita-dei-Monti.In the warm weather numerous tourists and locals can sit on the stairs, observing each other, admiring beauties of the city and the Spanish Square or just having rest from walking.Ladies with affection to shopping can leave here their tired partners and visit the boutiques on the square. There are dozens of great places that are worth visiting when in Rome.It depends on the time and preferences you have.There are Rome Forum and the Forum of Caesar with remains of ancient buildings.The Castle of the Holy Angel, Gallery and Villa Borghese, multiple museums, squares and fountains that will surely surprise even the most experienced tourists with its beauty and power.As in every tourist city, there are tricks in Rome that should be avoided and that every tourist should know. First of all,before using the service it is necessary to find out the price.You should know that making a picture with local citizens dressed as a gladiator or any other costume costs from 5 to 10 euro, and the more gladiators, the higher the amount for picture respectively. While listening stories of the guides about swimming in the fountain that will bring you eternal youth, one should understand that this will lead to nothing, but the fine from 100 till 500 euro. In the restaurants 'serving the table' or cost for using cutleries and table cloth called coperto that is from 1 to 3 euro per person will be always included in the bills and cannot be avoided, so that count your budget respectively. As in other European cities, active tourists can get a special tariff.This is a ticket including public transport for a few days,visiting museums for free or with discount and other advantages.By purchasing this tickets, you will save your money and time. Taking a taxi, one should know about two tariffs existing. Within the circular ring 1 kilometer will cost a little less than beyond the ring. You should check in the counter the number of the zone displayed on the right and the calculation of the price by the taxi driver. If you read forums before the trip, you will definitely see information about pick-pocketers.Be attentive in order to avoid situation of staying without money, documents and communications means. Venice is a city on the water located on 122 islands connected by the multiple bridges.Practically whole old town is included in
the list of the UNESCO world heritage, sightseeing’s here are seen one after another. Vacation in Venice is quite cultural.It requires a lot of walking, as there are no cars or public transport here.There are gondolas which you can take once and vaporetto, the river tram that can bring you to another bank. Venice is famous with its carnival where the tourists from all over the world come.As a rule,holiday starts one week before the Lent. If you plan to visit Venice this time,you should take care of housing in advance as in the local hotels there might be no free room, as well as the price for rooms in this time significantly increases. Local citizens and the holiday fans prepare for it very thoroughly.Classic Venice cloth is a mask, coat, triangular hat and gloves.During the carnival you can be anyone.Since ancient times all the participants of carnival hided the faces under various masks for not letting the class prejudice to spoil the celebration.During the carnival everything was allowed, there were no rules or bans, up to the beginning of the Lent people had fun as much as they could, joy and celebration lasted all day long. If you want to see the city in its best and see its sightseeings, take a tour on the Grand Canal on vaporetto.You will see the buildings of incredible beauty, palaces,colourful houses and grand churches.One of the four bridges of Grand Canal as well as business card of Venice is a bridge of Rialto, in its design participated Micelangelo.This is as a heart of the city with extraordinary atmosphere and vibe.There the market, souvenir shops and cafes are located where you can take a rest from walking and have a meal. If you ride gondola, you can pass by the famous bridge of sighs.It is remarkable that it has nothing to do with love theme.The bridge is built between the Palace of Dodges and Venice prison.These were sighs of the prisoners who ended up in the prison.In order to get to the bridge, you should follow two-hours tour to the Palace.Undoubtedly, in Venice you should see every corner and every street.They say that two weeks would not be enough to check everything, though some tourists are satisfied with only a few days to dive into the atmosphere of love and fairy tale. Many people complain about lack of good restaurants, not the best service and high prices.Though, the amount of emotions you will receive when visiting this great city will definitely overthrow all the shortcomings. Rimini is a resort on the Adriatic coast.Italians like to go and have holidays here.Wide sandy beaches stretch for 15 kilometers along the coast. Everywhere on the beaches you can rent benches,umbrellas and inflatable mattresses.First class hotels,bars and discos are on the beach of Marina Centro. Here you can do any kind of summer sport or take a boat trip on the yacht. Night life lovers will not be bored here, as beach cafes and night clubs are ready to offer the most diverse alcohol and music choice. Modern music is played on the beaches, DJ's and safeguards work, even zone for animals functions here. If you want to do shopping, you can visit the square Piazza Tre Martiri, walk along the street Viale Regina Elena, travel to the outlet in San Marino or Macerata, check the shoe factory or buy a fur coat. Rimini includes a historical center and the resort area along the coast that is divided into 10 districts of 800 meters each. Sightseeings are the Malatesta Temple in the gothic style, Arch of August and the Bridge of Tiberius built in the 14th century B.C. Legend exists explaining why the bridge has been standing for that long.They say that during the construction it constantly got ruined and then the Tiberius who stayed without support of Gods referred to the Devil.The latter promised to make the bridge highly solid in exchange for the soul of the one who would cross it first.Tiberium agreed, but gave the Devil the dog's soul.Devil got angry and wanted to destroy the bridge, but it was too late as it became already extra solid and strong. Square of Kavur is filled with the medieval spirit.Teatro Comunale,remains of the palaces of Garampi and dell'Aringa and a white marble fountain are located here.If you had enough of the beach holidays, here you can still walk along the streets and squares of the city, learn the history, having checked the Fortress and the Palace of Malatestiano or Palacio Brioli on the square Piazza Tri Martiri. There are no problems with public transport.By purchasing a ticket for bus or trolley-bus in the kiosk, you can easily reach any resort area from the city center.You can also rent a car or a bike.
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  • Rome

    The most interesting places Rome
    Rome What do you know about Rome? The modern capital of Italy is one of the most visited cities in Europe thanks to the rich history of this unique and amazing city. If you want to count all the monuments of culture, ancient ruins and temples, it will take a few days. Legend has it that Rome was founded on April 21, 753 BC by brothers Romulus and Remus, suckled by a she-wolf. Rome accommodates the smallest state in the world Vatican City, the great Trevi Fountain, the famous Colosseum, and other ancient constructions.Anyone who has visited Rome has to admit that moving around this wonderful city by car is much more comfortable and interesting. scantri presents foreign tourists the wide variety of Italian sports cars and more practical sedans, wagons, and SUVs. Rent the powerful Lamborghini or stylish Mercedes to feel great in Rome. Hotels of Rome are renowned worldwide for its hospitality and cozy hotel rooms. Our managers will be happy to book you a decent apartment to make each family member feel full of energy before starting a new day in the European Capital of Culture. How and where to buy the cheapest air tickets? Managers scantri knows the answer to this popular question. Let us clarify the appropriate date, and we will find you cheap flights to Rome in a short time. Do not worry about any organizational issues and prepare to spend the best holiday of your life in the amazing Italian capital. As you might have guessed, scantri Travel Company is ready to offer its dear clients fantastic adventures and exciting trips to the world's most visited cultural, industrial, and economical centers. The main goal of our work is to provide foreign tourists with quality travel services and comfortable accommodation in any country worldwide. Travelwith us and feel the difference!
  • Milan

    The most interesting places Milan
    Milan Milan, on the scales, we can say is Rome. But it is a city of modernity, art and high-end shopping .... Next to the dazzling architecture, the streets of the city you can find the most fashionable boutiques, leather goods, jewelry, as well as pay a visit to the artistic quarters of the city. The best route to Milan for a few days Having stayed in the city just a few days, you can see everything! Start with Milan's Duomo Cathedral and combine pleasure with grandiose architecture authentic breakfast at one of the nearby eateries. Next, examine the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the Brera Art Gallery in the same district of Brera. This is quite enough for the first day. The next morning, just go watch the fresco "The Last Supper" by Leonardo Da Vinci in the monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Then do not forget to enjoy the refined music in the opera La Scala in the Navigli area. These two things will take a second day. Next, you should definitely take a walk of the castle Castello Sforzesco in the middle of Sempione Park, and "eat" the most shopingovogo street Monte Napoleone Monuments and statues Milan The monumental works of art in the city deserve special attention because they are so grand in its design that takes away from them the spirit and it is possible to devote a whole day or even a week. Monument to Sandro Pertini is a marble cube, one side of which is a staircase, and on the other - a small fountain. Unusual monument can be seen in Corso Europa, Monumento Ai Bersaglieri, which in simple words is dedicated to all the bersagliere - the liberators of Italy. The sculpture of Nelson Mandela stays right before the headquarters of the Consulate General of South Africa in Milan. Monumento alle vittime del terrorismo e delle stragi or "Man of Light" is a monument to the victims of terrorism, the work of Spanish sculptor Bernardi Roig. Monumento Ai Carabinieri is a futuristic monument at Piazza Diaz, established in memory of all the victims of Italy Carabinieri. Arriving in Milan, you definitely should visit the monument to Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of united Italy, on Piazza Duomo. Monumento alle Cinque Giornate is dedicated to the events of five-day uprising in Milan against Austrian rule. Monumento a San Francesco d'Assisi is located on the piazza Risorgimento in Milan, near the public garden where also Fontana a Pinocchio or "Fountain of Pinocchio" can be found. Top Gourmet Restaurants The three top gourmet restaurants start with exquisite Contraste, which captivates its visitors with first visit, and offers fusion cuisine of the Italian and European traditions. Another worth mentioning Michelin restaurant is Seta, which best reflects the city's face and Milan's food traditions: exquisite seafood, Mediterranean spices, and true gastronomic eclecticism. Third, but not least, is Ristorante Glauco, a modern place, where the owner meets you personally at the entrance, and offers unique soups of seafood, and welcoming atmosphere for lovers.
  • Sicily

    The most interesting places Sicily
    Sicily Sicily is one of the largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea and an autonomous region of Italy that is divided into nine separate provinces. It is the island of volcanoes, trade routes and just an ideal place for recreation and tourism. It is rich in multi-style architecture and unique attractions. Quattro Canti Square is an architectural masterpiece of Sicily. It is locally known as Piazza Villena. Perhaps it is the most lively square of ​​the island. Tourists just "eat" everything they see with their eyes. The figures of the Spanish kings and four defenders of Palermo leave unforgettable impressions. The Castello Maniace. In 1240, the Emperor Frederick II built the castle in Syracuse, from the wall of which you can enjoy a fascinating and amazing view of the bay. But being inside the castle, you feel all the pain and history experienced by this structure. Perhaps no other architectural structure boasts of such a diverse purpose - the Royal Castle, the prison, the fortification building, and even the harbor. Piazza Pretoria. Buildings designed in the style of the Sicilian Baroque tell us about the luxury and incredible skills of sculptors and architects. Undoubtedly, the jewel of the square is a fountain located in its center. Pools and figures located inside the fountain will pleasantly surprise you with their refinement. Fountain on Archimedes Square Visiting the museum located on the famous square you will learn a lot of interesting facts about the life and scientific achievements of the great mathematician. Fountain of Diana surrounded by sirens and tritons that was created by the famous sculptor Giulio Moschetti favorably emphasizes the beauty of the buildings around it. Porta Reale. The royal gates were erected in Noto by Ferdinand II as gratitude to local people. The real architectural masterpiece is decorated with sculptures of dogs and pelicans giving it an unusual look. Forte del Santissimo Salvatore is a fortification, which serves as the sea gate of Messina. Frequent earthquakes in Messina have destroyed many historical monuments, but today you have a chance to see the partially preserved fort. A lot of tourists come here to see the majestic four-meter statue of Madonna, the defender of the island. The Roman amphitheater can only be compared with the Colosseum. It is the largest amphitheater on the island. Sicily's prestige was raised by Octavian Augustus in the first century. The lower part of the theater was carved right in the rock, thanks to which it has survived to this day. The balustrade and steps leading upwards were built of marble. The seats for important guests are marked by their names. Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is often called the Archaeological Park. The seven temples located on the top of the mountain were built in the fifth century BC. The park is divided into two parts by the road. The nature and time have had a devastating impact on the appearance of the temples, but some of them are well preserved, and we can see some architectural elements of that time. Each of the seven temples has its own olive tree, which is not less than 500 years old. Being in this park, you understand all the charm of this majestic land. Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of Virgin Mary is located in Palermo. Different architectural styles form an incredible look. Outwardly, this cathedral is surprisingly interesting. The mix of the styles of conquerors of all times is reflected in the appearance of the cathedral and Sicily as a whole. At the entrance to the Cathedral there is a chapel with royal tombs. A special attention of tourists is attracted by the cathedral's treasury storing masterpieces of religious art, diadems of Constance of Aragon.
  • Turin

    The most interesting places Turin
    Turin Turin is a very mysterious and diverse city, stretching its walls near the scenic foothills of the Alps. It does not look like a typical Italian city, but has a magical attractiveness. There are almost no monuments dating back to ancient times, but all the architecture is impressive in its exquisite shapes and grandeur. There are many reasons to visit this corner of the world. Interesting Attractions of Turin Turin is called Italian Hollywood, since the film industry art is quite traditional here. Film Museum is housed in the Mole Antonelliana, the symbol of the city. Once the building was used as a synagogue, and today it keeps wonderful collections of great art. Its interior subtly underlines belonging of the building to the cinema world, surprising visitors with spiral staircases resembling the curves of the tape. The Cathedral of John the Baptist is another local landmark, which contains the precise copy of one of the greatest relics of Christianity - the Holy Shroud, on which Jesus is mysteriously immortalized. The true relic is demonstrated once in 20 years. Places to visit in Turin First of all, it'd be nice to explore the historical center accommodating the best architectural monuments. The main squares of Turin are Piazza Castello, San Carlo and Maria Teresa - they will provide a wonderful insight into the life of the polis. Turin is one of the most important cultural, scientific and industrial centers of Italy, which explains regular exhibitions, frequent festivals and celebrations. If you are lucky, try to visit the International Auto Show or see a true carnival. Dozens of different museum complexes and galleries are waiting for lovers of antiquity. Among the most popular ones are the Egyptian Museum presenting impressive collections of the Ancient World, the Albertina Gallery and the above-mentioned Mole Antonelliana. Where to go with kids in Turin? If you're traveling with children in summer, a water park of Turin is the perfect choice for a fun-filled and enjoyable pastime. Large playgrounds, a variety of slides and warm water are sure to be remembered by the kids for a long time. No less interesting is a visit to the local zoo, where tourists are offered to see animals from all corners of our planet: tigers, lions, giraffes, elephants, tapirs, cheetahs, bears. The complex occupies a huge area, so your walk will be rich and exciting. If you are tired, there are several restaurants and souvenir shops near the biopark. Children who have a sweet tooth must visit Chocolate Festival, which is held in Autumn. Here you can have fun as a family! Restaurants and Cuisine of Turin Italian cuisine has always been considered one of the most luxurious and delicious, as evidenced by the international popularity of pizza, lasagna and other traditional dishes. In Turin you can find pretty hot spots offering an amazing selection of dishes, excellent service and decoration. The prices are quite high, from 20 euros and above, so get ready to spend money! One of the best pizzerias is Taglio, which is located in the center. It attracts tourists with fresh ingredients, dozens of different recipes, cozy atmosphere and nice music. This pizzeria is an ideal place for a snack while shopping and sightseeing tours. If you want to get along with the locals, then head to Ristorantino Tefy, an amazing restaurant serving delicious pasta and other Italian dishes. It is always crowded, so be sure to book tables in advance! You can always pick up the most interesting and saturated Turin tours through our website https://scantri.com.com/!
  • Naples

    The most interesting places Naples
    Naples The city of Naples is truly charming! Its green hills offer magnificent views, it is just impossible to ignore such a beauty! But urban neighborhoods also have something to please the eye, so there are always a lot of guests in this place. A special southern color with an invariable attribute in the form of narrow streets and wonderful architecture attracts millions of tourists every year. A gentle sun, sea air and unhurried life style - everyone wants to plunge into this relaxing atmosphere! Interesting Attractions in Naples First of all, it is worth to visit the Royal Palace featuring the impressive style and monumentality. Its interior decoration make us to admire colorful paintings and sculptures, while other decor objects "breathe" wealth and splendor. The Palace itself was built in the early 17th century by the architect Domenico Fontana, who has chosen the style of the late Renaissance. Of course, no one can miss the legendary Mount Vesuvius. It inspires fear and attract people at the same time. Its shape is perfect, and curly clouds around the volcano crater make us feel some kind of fear. Vesuvius is the only active volcano of continental Europe and one of the most dangerous in the world, because the area of its foot is densely populated. It is important that Naples is a city of the arts, so the National Archaeological Museum should become a must-visit place for every tourist. Halls of this wonderful establishment display the greatest works of art. Places to visit in Naples First of all, be sure to walk through the old center, where tourists will be pleased with the charming architecture and many amazing monuments. You can also ask for local delicacies in the street markets or visit a local pizzeria to taste the real Neapolitan pizza. Naples is a very young city in its spirit, mood, and energy soaring in the air. It is enough to visit La Floridiana city park to see it for yourself. Seascapes and ancient temples, ancient castles and fashion shops, cheerful bustle of the streets and hospitable inhabitants - all this is waiting for guests in Naples, so you will not get bored here. Interesting excursions, sandy beaches, shopping - there are so many entertainments here that you don't even know where to look first to to go on new adventures. Naples: Traveling with children The city also offers many hot spots for families. It is recommended to start with a visit to the local aquarium called Anton Dohrn Aquarium that is located near the city center. Here the children will get acquainted with inhabitants of the underwater world through interesting and fascinating shows. A special mention deserves the Naples Planetarium inviting you to explore the distant world of stars and planets. It provides a lot of fun through a variety of theme entertainment. You will also remember a visit to a zoo, where many animals from all corners of the globe live. In other words, your kids will not get bored in Naples! Cauisine and Restaurants in Naples Naples has many excellent restaurants and cafes for true gourmets and lovers of fine cuisines. Among the best restaurants is Quattro Passi, where any client can taste the best seafood. If you are not a fans of seafood, be sure to visit Il Faro di Capo d'Orso Restaurant, famous for chic dishes from ravioli with goat and Italian specialty - spaghetti with mussels. The prices here are pretty high - from 50 euros for lunch. As for cheaper restaurants, many tourists arriving in Naples choose Pizzeria la notizia. Here they are offered to try amazing pizza that is available in a wide variety of options. The cheapest way to rent a car or book a room at any hotel of Naples is through our website https://scantri.com.com/!
  • Florence

    The most interesting places Florence
    Florence Everyone who visits Florence opens his own Italian city. "The Cradle of the Renaissance", "Open-air Museum", "World of Fairy Tales", "Chocolate city" - the capital of the region of Tuscany has many names. Every tourist associates it with something special, but all agree that it is impossible not to love Florence. Interesting Attractions of Florence Florence founded personally by Caesar in 59 BC. Time here stopped in the Renaissance period, as evidenced by the numerous cathedrals and squares. A must-visit tourist destination is the Cathedral of Our Lady - this is a real jewel of the Renaissance architecture and the main symbol of the city. The second symbol that has become no less important landmark of Florence is Ponte Vecchio. The famous Golden Bridge connects two parts of the city separated by the majestic Arno River. Today it is the only bridge, which has survived since the Second World War. Places to visit in Florence Of course, walking around the city must start from Piazza della Signoria, the Florence's most popular square. It is a real open-air museum, here you can admire the sculptures and the stunning and impressive Palazzo Vecchio palace. In the southern part of the city it is desirable to visit a prototype of the French Versailles, the Boboli Gardens. Visitors will also enjoy walking around the fountains and statues. An observation deck of the park complex offers wonderful panoramic views of the city. In the heart of Florence, between Piazza della Signoria and the Golden Bridge, there is the Uffizi Gallery presenting one of the most important collections of Italian and foreign masters of the Renaissance period. Where to go with kids in Florence? As a rule, children are not interested in visiting temples and museums. But only not in the "heart" of Tuscany! In Florence, it is easy to take the child's mind off endless showcases with amazing chocolate and Italian ice cream. The city of museums has all kinds of expositions designed specifically for small viewers. For example, the Palazzo Vecchio Children's Museum housed in the old mansion of the Medici dynasty invites kids to go on an exciting journey through the mysterious corridors. Here you can try on the 16th-century masks and clothes attracting curious kids. In the Pinocchio Park, you can distract from museums and ancient exhibits. A festive atmosphere will certainly please both children and their parents. The "Country of toys" with funny houses and sculptures of Pinocchio tells children the story of a wooden boy. In the park, you must visit the workshop where dolls and fairy-tale characters are made. In addition to interesting parks and children's museums, parents should definitely show their kids numerous playgrounds and indoor theme areas for families. Restaurants and Cuisine of Florence The capital of Tuscany will delight gastronomic travelers with a rich selection of traditional dishes, incomparably delicious "street food" and fine cuisine. Cafes and restaurants are lined up here in accordance with a special hierarchy, separating restaurants by the level of accessibility and the average price for lunch, ranging from ristorante (restaurants) and ending with tavola calda (a kind of eatery). Golden Open Air restaurant invites visitors to enjoy the stunning Mediterranean cuisine with Florentine wine. Its panoramic windows offer a wonderful view of the famous bridge. Foreign tourists will appreciate the English-speaking waiters. In Gelateria Perche you should definitely try the famous Italian ice cream. A variety of tastes will amaze anyone, this delicacy is offered with persimmons, ginger, green tea, with ricotta cheese and so on. Would you like to get to fabulous Florence? Order tickets at affordable prices through our website https://scantri.com.com!

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