Although Florence is primarily known as a Renaissance city, its history stretches back more than 2,500 years being settled first by the Etruscans and then the Romans. Spend a half or full day exploring the ancient sites of the city.
- Roman Florence: Half Day
- Spend a morning or afternoon exploring the sites of Florentia, the ancient Roman city of Florence. Visit sites such as the ancient Roman theater under Palazzo Vecchio and the National Archaeological Museum.
- Roman Florence and Fiesole: Full Day
- In addition to learning the history of ancient Florentia, venture north to Fiesole to explore this ancient Etruscan settlement turned Roman city. Visit includes sites such as the National Archaeological Museum, the Roman theater under Palazzo Vecchio, the archaeological sites in Fiesole as well as the Archaeological Museum of Fiesole.