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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.
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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Via Por Santa Maria | Via Guicciardini, 50125, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed today via mobile

This is a wonderful piece of history preserved well.Apparently the first bridge built in London by the Romans was also similar however not preserved. It was drizzling a bit when we went so was not as crowded as usual. The best pics of this bridge...More

Thank Sanjay G
Reviewed today

This is quite something to experience when walking on it as it is just so busy with all it's jewellery shops and this was off season during our visit. Made very safe by the presence of Italian Police who have a constant presence to enable...More

Thank SerenidadDerbyshire
Reviewed today via mobile

You can’t go to Florence without spending some time shopping on the Ponte Vecchio. The many shops have interesting items but the most important are the leather goods. I guess they have to do something with the leather because so many people are eating all...More

Thank william Y
Reviewed today

A must see site to photograph and to walk across. A lot of great jewelry stores, buskers, and tourists (like us)!

Thank david k
Reviewed yesterday

Just jewelry stores on very historic bridge. Worth a picture at center. Only bridge to survive bombing.

Thank Joe S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nothing special going on here, unless your into jewelry, the bridge is nothing but small jewelry shops. It's really crowded, if you want to see the bridge you should go on one of the other bridges and see from there. There is a small place...More

Thank Alan T
Reviewed yesterday

The bridge is a paradox. Seen from the nearby river banks, it is a marvel and certainly one of Florence's highlights. But when you're actually on the bridge it dissolves into a crowded tourist trap without particular merit. But it has to be done, if...More

Thank BarryLynch
Reviewed yesterday

A lovely bridge with some nice shops and good for photos. It is very busy but worth the visit. The view from the bridge is good as well.

Thank ljpuk2015
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is one place you have to go when in Florence, there is a special moment when you see it for the first time, from sunrise to sunset, the bridge is full of jewellers shops and stall holders selling their wares, it’s hustle bustle adds...More

Thank Malta_Brenda
Reviewed 2 days ago

In 1565, the large covered portion above the shops was built on orders from the Medici family; they had moved in to the Pitti Palace and needed a secure passage way across the river to get to the Uffizi. Where the bridge was once the...More

Thank on_the_go_98765
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GraceCherrington
19 June 2018|
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Response from WoeSha | Reviewed this property |
Never bought anything from a store there. But I'd suggest finding a appraissal service and always keep the receipt
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munchiescrunchy
18 February 2018|
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Just today we took the train from Florence to Pisa and back. Trip takes just about one hour each way. Cost 8.4 E. Very easy, anyone can do it if we did! Trains run about every 30-60 minutes. We enjoyed walking around Pisa... More
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girlonthegoWhistler
13 August 2017|
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Cars are not allowed
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