The square of Piazza Della Signoria, in Florence city, is a major attraction with the medieval Palazzo Vecchio. It contains a number of rooms and apartments which are uniquely decorated. Much of Palazzo Vecchio is now a museum. Over river... READ MOREstands Ponte Vecchio. It is the only bridge still standing from the medieval days and it is also the first bridge that was built across Arno River. From the bridge, one can get an amazing view of the river and of the historical city center. Gold and silver jewellery are usually sold at shops found along the bridge. Behind the Pitti palace of Florence there is a park with beautiful fountains and gardens. A great view of the city is eminent from the Forte Belvedere. Religion meets art in Florence: amazing churches, cathedrals and baptisteries Tuscany contains a long list of landmarks and historic sites. Another common attraction in Florence are Churches and Baptisteries. The Florence Baptistery is one of the oldest buildings of the city, it has three different sets of doors each made of bronze. The exterior on the other hand is lined with white and green marbles. The cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (or Duomo) also attracts many turist. The cathedral can hold up to a total of 20,000 people. The exterior of the cathedral consists of pink, green and white marble and fascinating statues and doors make it a distinct attraction The biggest Franciscan church in Italy, Santa Croce, is found in Florence. Its interior has a unique pattern of frescoes and glass windows. Basilica di San Lorenzo in Florence is ranked one of the oldest churches. Situated at the main market district of Tuscany, the church remained the main cathedral for a total of 300 years. It is also one of the largest churches where members of the Medici family would be buried. The selection of Florence villas and luxury villas in Florence by Ville in Italia could be the perfect solution for your holidays in the city.