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Erected during Roman times, this is the most ancient and photographed bridge in Florence, which is characterized by three arches and two wide arcades on each side housing the famous and unusual "botteghe" or shops.
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The Ponte Vecchio is a beautiful historic bridge in Florence, Italy. It is a great place to take photos, but it gets very crowded during the day with people who are also trying to take photos. I recommend going early in the morning. There are...More
Expensive!! Gorgeous pocketbooks!! ABOVE quality gold. ABOVE quality leather shops!!
This area is truly for the affluent!! I could only watch and marvel.
Enjoyed FINALLY crossing over the bridge to see the WONDER on the other side!!
Firenze NEVER disappoints!!
An absolute tourist trap, that just has to be seen, full of some interesting jewellery stores each with views over the river.
Looking up just made me imagine Robert Langdon in Inferno escaping along the corridor above the stores...
Best view from st trinty bridge. ponte vacchio (old bridge) which survived whearous others bridges were ruined. initially there used to be butcher shops and houses. Now it has turned into one of the best market for gold jewelry, Art pieces and souvinour. View after...More
Enjoy a leisurely walk here and admire the ornate and breathtaking jewelry in one of the oldest markets in Florence.
If you are looking for an expensive and unique gift for a jewelry lover, this is a great place. Love it at sundown when everything...More