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Ponte Vecchio

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Arianna
Arianna
June 15, 2020
Florence. The Ponte Vecchio is a world-famous symbol of Florence and it is also the Arno’s oldest crossing
Gökhan
Gökhan
December 3, 2019
A medieval stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge over the Arno River and one of the signatures of Florence.
Marco
Marco
January 4, 2020
It is the most famous bridge in Florence and undoubtedly one of the city’s most illustrious landmarks.
Lucia E Famiglia
Lucia E Famiglia
November 7, 2019
You will be on the anchient bridge in just 15 minutes by bus, 30 on foot!
Alessandro
Alessandro
July 24, 2020
It was the first and oldest bridge in Florence that crosses the Arno River at its narrowest point. It is said that during the Second World War, its beauty hit even Hitler was the only bridge in Florence not to be bombed by the Germans in 1944 especially Bridge Vecchio was saved thanks to the action…
Gaddo
Gaddo
November 8, 2019
The only bridge that wasn’t bombarded in the World War Two. Now home of the best jewellers in town. Lovers usually go to attach a lock with their names to the mid part of the bridge.
Roberta
Roberta
February 5, 2020
The first bridge built in Florence.
Violetta
Violetta
December 8, 2019
Try visiting Ponte Vecchio late at night when the city winds down. You will not see the jewelers wares but you will fall in awe of it all.
Lapo
Lapo
July 13, 2020
It needs no introduction for the most beautiful bridge in the world
Gokhan
Gokhan
July 29, 2020
A medieval stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge over the Arno River and one of the signatures of Florence.
Duccio
Duccio
January 15, 2020
Walking distance from home: 15 min Florence oldest bridge. Shops on the bridge are all jewellers

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Firenze, Toscana 50125