Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Sankt Goar to Cologne
  2. 2 Paris in July - side trip to South of France
  3. 3 Public Transportation in Vienna: Borderline Organized Crime
  4. 4 Classical Music in Milan
  5. 5 Sienna with kids
  6. 6 12 nights in Greek islands
  7. 7 Would you give up time in Malaga for more time in Granada?
  8. 8 Pera palace hotel Istanbul
  9. 9 2 Weeks Amsterdam, Belgium, Germany, Salzburg
  10. 10 Paris authorities raid suspected illegal vacation rentals in 1er & 6er
  11. 11 Paris food tours?
  12. 12 Trip Report Trip Report:Rome, Florence, Tuscany in December
  13. 13 Andalusia itinerary comments & advice please!
  14. 14 Validating train tickets - Germany, Switzwerland
  15. 15 Second thoughts about pour Germany trip...help me !
  16. 16 FIRST TIME VISIT TO SWITZERLAND
  17. 17 London, Edinburgh, Italy..HELP!
  18. 18 Cheap airfare to Europe?
  19. 19 Please help with my almost 3 week itinerary for Croatia
  20. 20 Trip Report Perugia and Rome by train and bus
  21. 21 Italy/Switzerland in the fall
  22. 22 Croatia, Slovenia, Austria with Preschoolers
  23. 23 Need help paring down my 3 week intinerary Benelux/Germany!
  24. 24 Athens hotel with - you guessed it - view of the Acropolis
  25. 25 Dropping off a rental car in Chiusi question
View next 25 » Back to the top

Florence Itinerary - is this do-able?

Jump to last reply

Would love some feedback of whether my thinking is too ambitious. I'll be in Florence for four nights in mid-October, which I'm thinking will be the art-heavy portion of my trip.

This is what I'm thinking:

Thursday afternoon: arrive by train from Rome - settle in to B&B, dinner and a good night's sleep.

Friday - Museo di San Marco in the morning, lunch and wandering around, Galleria Dell 'Accademia later in the day, dinner

Saturday - Medici Chapels in the morning, explore the Central Market and possibly lunch there, Uffizi Gallery later in the day, dinner

Sunday - Boboli Gardens in the morning, lunch and wandering around, possibly the Costume or Modern Art Gallery after lunch, dinner

Monday - check out of B&B, pick up car and head to Tuscany

Since so many of my interests are covered by the Firenze card, I am strongly considering purchasing one (with the added benefit of not having to pre-schedule my visits, so I can make adjustments on the fly if needed). And of course, the wandering around will include looking for great caffe and gelato - maybe chocolate. You know, the basic neccessities.

Does this sound like too much? Is there something else that you would recommend that I don't have listed?

Thanks!

7 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement