Florence stadswandeling: De ge

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About this app

This city walk in Florence (Firenze) is inspired by the book THE GENIALE CITY by Koen De Vos, published in 2019 (see: https://www.koendevos.com/boek-florence-de-geniale-stad)

This guided tour is free, without using internet access and includes an audio function (you can listen to the explanations and stories).

This is not a classic city walk in which you quickly check off the main highlights in Florence. What you will see is a mix of world-famous and lesser-known sights, laced with stories that will give you an idea of ​​life in Florence in its golden 15th century (Florence in the Renaissance) and make you think about how the city was able to produce so many geniuses in that hundred years - a question that is explored in the book The Genius City.

- View city walk online: https://www.koendevos.com/stadswandeling-florence/
- English version: https://www.koendevos.com/florence-city-walk-firenze/


This guided walk is approximately 8 km long. You are around in 2 hours without stopping. If you take enough time to see the sights - which is of course recommended - and stop every now and then, you can easily make it a day trip. The walk contains 16 stops or points of interest.

This walking tour is completely free and does not include a paying premium version. You can download and try the app without risk.

You don't need internet access to use the app. You only need internet if you want to click through to Google Maps. But in principle you do not need that because this city walk contains instructions on how to walk from one stop to another.

You can listen to the explanations and stories at each stop by pressing the audio icon.

The app contains an overview of the route of the city walk with the 16 stops.
Each stop contains directions that guide you from one stop to another and, for those who wish, a link to Google Maps indicating the route to be followed.

The full city walk is best done on foot. You don't need a car, bicycle, Vespa or bus.


1. Gate of Paradise

2. Dome of the Duomo of Florence

3. Ospedale degli innocenti - Foundling Monastery

4. Donatello, David (in Bargello)

5. Palazzo Vecchio (or Palazzo della Signoria)

6. Illustrious Florentines

7. Santa Croce

8. District of the dyers

9. Corridoio Vasariano

10. Palazzo Davanzati

11. Palazzo Medici-Riccardi - Cappella dei Magi

12. San Lorenzo

13. Santa Maria Novella

14. Ognissanti

15. Ponte Amerigo Vespucci

16. Brancacci Chapel (Santa Maria del Carmine)
Updated on
Jan 22, 2020

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