Piazza san Martino , o via Dante Alighieri, Dante's house6 min
In via Dante Alighieri, near Dante's house2 min
Via del Proconsolo, museum of Bargello (in front of Badia)6 min
Piazza della Signoria3 min
Chiesa di Santo Stefano, piazza santo stefano left from Por santa Maria2 min
Torre of the Amidei, Via Por Santa Maria 14 min
Ponte Vecchio2 min
Church of SS. Apostoli, Piazza del Limbo3 min
Gianfigliazzi Palace, Piazza S. Trinita3 min
Via delle Terme (corner with chiasso delle misure) tower of the Buondelmonti4 min
Palagio di Parte Guelfa3 min
Palazzo Cavalcanti, Via dei Calzaiuoli crossing via Porta Rossa3 min
Piazza dei Cimatori(crossing between via dei cimatori and via dei cerchi)4 min
Via dei Cerchi3 min
Via dei Tavolini, Bocca's house3 min
Via del Corso 4, Palazzo Cepparello Portinari4 min
Corner with Via s. Elisabetta: Torre dei Donati and house of Argenti ( opposite)4 min
Via delle Oche , crossing via del Campanile, Tower of Visdomini3 min
Il Battistero, Dante's stone, in Piazza del Duomo4 min
There are many ways to visit a city, and Florence, owing to its artistic richness, can be visited in many alternative tours.
But surely one of the most interesting ones is represented by a stroll which, following Dante’s steps , lead us to see those religious and civil buildings, those private and public houses which formes his city, that Florence which he so much loved and hated.
What could be more fascinating than strolling in the ancient streets following the steps of its most famous citizen?
The houses, the churches, the streets, the squares where Dante’s life happened are always there, alive and magnificent.
In 19 steps, you will be able to regain literary and historical memories, completed by the poems of Dante himself, extracted from his “Vita Nova”, “The New Life", and his Rhymes, where he celebrated his love for Beatrice, and, metaphorically, for Knowledge, Virtue, and Faith.