1. Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, both the exterior and the interior
2. Simply watch the locals in Piazza della Signoria
3. Piazzale Michelangelo and surroundings
4. Giotto's bell tower and view of the dome and square from above
5. Walk through the small streets of Florence in peaceful evenings az early mornings in the absence of the tourist crowd
6. The Ponte Vecchio is genuinely a colossal experience from all angles
7. Squares and monuments illuminated by mysterious lights in the evenings (Palazzo Vecchio on Piazza Della Signoria, Basilica di Santa Croce on Santa Croce).
8. You find Renaissance culture and art at every meter.
9. The locals who do not work in the services are very kind
10. Take a stroll along the banks of the River Arno to admire the Ponte Vecchio and its surroundings.
11. The unique atmosphere of the Central Market Hall and the open-air market.
1. In the Uffizi Gallery, the pushing crowd unable to enjoy the paintings
2. Overdose of museum and church visits
3. Pickpockets disguised as beggars (formula of a woman with a small child)
4. It is dissonant that in such an outstanding tourist city, shopkeepers clumsily avoid language learning, plus they are irritated when serving customers.
5. Wild moped drivers
6. The long queues at the entrance to the Bell Tower and the Dome of the Dome.
7. Few trees and plants
8. Ruthless tariffs for large downtown parking garages
9. The most popular street food in Florence is the tripe (Tripa or "Lampredotto) - I was almost disgusted with it (Florentines, don't be mad at me)
10. I am irritated by the fake world brands offered by the African illegal street vendors - of course, I understand that they want to make a living from something.
11. The Boboli Gardens was a disappointment - not well-kept, smelly stagnant water in the fountains - plus expensive entry
12. The Duomo is attractive outside, but the interior is not sensational.