17 May

The Best Locations For Your Photoshoot In Florence.


Welcome to Florence!

As the capital of the Tuscany region of Italy, Florence has something for everyone, from architecture seekers, serious shoppers and foodies. To exploring the city to its fullest, strolling streets and alleys is the best way. We’ll show you the best locations for your photoshoot in Florence.

Florence is full of museums, galleries and medieval churches within priceless works from the Renaissance masters every turn. Tuscany has hardly change from Renaissance brimming with paintings and sculptures by Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, Donatello, Boticelli and much more.

Tuscan food is simple and abundant, in which local products and medieval tradition mix perfectly. Tuscan cuisine is known as “poor kitchen” because, back in the day, they utilised everything they had in kitchen and the farm to make dishes. Florence is a fantastic place to enjoy the example of what is best in the Italian cuisine.

The best option to know better the most beautiful places of Florence is walking through its streets and alleys. In this way, you will discover local shops or even magical places, which will allow you to understand the culture and local people by the hand of local people.


Check our favourite places and routes.


The cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is probably the most celebrated cathedral in the world.

Known in Italy as the Duomo with an immense dome which stands out for miles its colour and style is breathtaking. Without question the best background in any photoshoot. In front of the Cathedral you’ll find the Baptistery of St. John, is one of the oldest buildings in the city with its astonishing Florentine design that includes pink, green and red marble. Near the Duomo the Basílica di San Lorenzo in contrast with the Cathedral not as ornamental, is still impressive with its terracotta tiled roof.

  • Giotto‘s Campanile
  • Basílica di San Lorenzo
  • Cathedral Santa María di Fiore
  • Baptistery of St. John

Palazzo Vecchio

The Palazzo Vecchio is a symbol of the civic power from afar resembles like a castle with its square design and a large bell tower, and a sublime interior that will surprise you. A few steps from the Palazzo you’ll find the Ponte Vecchio (bridge) with crosses Arno’s river. This bridge contains aloe it several shops, jewellers, art dealers and souvenir merchandising. Not far from Palazzo Vecchio you’ll discover the Basílica of Santa Croce with similar design to the Duomo sitting in Piazza with the same name, this basílica is house to the tombs of Galileo, Michelangelo and Machiavelli. A route is fulfil of history and amazing art. A tour that will help you tell the history of the city through the camera.

  • Palazzo Vecchio
  • Ponte Vecchio
  • Piazza Della Signora
  • Uffizi gallery

Boboli Gardens

Connected to the Palazzo Pitti sits the beautiful Boboli Gardens. To those who love nature and walks within amazing passageways Boboli Garden are perfect place for you. If you want to escape the city you’ll find some relief in this extraordinary site. Not forgetting to visit the Pitti Palace, design by Filippo Brunelleschi. Nowadays the Palace houses some of the most important museums in Florence. In this place you can make a relaxed photoshot with lots of color and freshness. The gardens are an ideal backdrop where you will find corners that will give you privacy at the moment of your session.

A route with places of rest and tranquility.

  • Boboli Gardens
  • Palazzo Pitti

With Captourist, hire a professional photographer and let them share with you hidden places, magical places and tips to explore the city where they live.

In Captourist, feel free to choose the best places for your photoshoot while you travel. Keep in mind that the number of places you visit will depend on the selected route and the time of the photo session you choose. Our Captourers will be happy to show you the city where they live and know better than anyone, while capturing the best moments of their travel.


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