Florence Travel Guide

Articles about Florence

By Valerie Waterhouse
Lay of the Land Centro Storico: The city’s historic district is filled with art museums and Renaissance churches, along with homegrown luxury brands like Gucci. San Lorenzo: This maze of streets between the San Lorenzo Market and the Santa M...
By Claudio Meli
Claudio Meli, the plugged-in general manager of the stylish hotel J.K. Place Firenze—and author of J.K. Essential Guide to Florence—shares the city’s lesser-known pleasures. Eat Buca Lapi: One of the city’s oldest restaurants, in the old...
By Stephanie Orma

Travel + Leisure readers rate which cities stoke their romantic fires. Cupid, take note.

By Jane Wooldridge

What’s the hottest sail on the seven seas? Say ahoy to the best cruise ships, as picked by Travel + Leisure readers.

By Nicola McCormack

The next big thing is now, and here’s where to find it.

Hotels in Florence

This 600-room property has a two-floor casino with a variety of slots, table games, and a poker room hosting daily tournaments. Belterra houses a spa, several shops, and the CenterStage Show Room, a 1,500-seat theater often showcasing popular touring music and comedy acts.