Photos from Mercurio’s Guides

Discover our slow tours of Tuscany, Chianti, Florence, Uffizi and other locations through the eyes of our experienced, professionale and passionate guides. An original point of view and an insight of the wonderful experience you will enjoy with our slow tours.

Mercurio’s tour guides are keen to deliver the best service and driven by passion and love for Florence, Tuscany and Italy. This gallery is dedicated to pictures taken by our professional guides. We hope you will enjoy the beauty of our beloved country seen through our eyes. This is only a small sample of all wonders you can enjoy, explore and discover with our professional Slow Tours in Florence and Tuscany.

The skyline of Florence at dusk from the Southern bank of the Arno river The two just restored bronze heads from Donatello’s Choir-loft in the Duomo Museum Iris flowers are now blossoming on the slopes of the Bardini Garden overlooking Florence. It’s magic! A gorgeous sunset on the Arno River – Florence A slightly clouded full moon seen around midnight from Ponte Vecchio – Florence Wisteria is blossoming in the magnificent Bardini Garden – Florence Spring flowers under the olive trees in the suburbs of Florence. The elegant and restful Renaissance style cloister of Santa Croce Church – Florence The imposing courtyard of the Pitti Palace in Florence after an early Spring rain. Machiavelli’s tomb inside Santa Croce Church – Florence Machiavelli’s studio in his villa near San Casciano, where he wrote  “Il Principe” (“The Prince”) in 1513 Machiavelli’s villa near San Casciano in the Chianti region The entrance to Machavelli’s studio inside Palazzo Vecchio – Florence The Magic of Winter on the Hills of Florence The Market Streets David and Heracles meet in Florence The Tuscan Romanesque Autumn Colors and the Chianti Hills The Arno River Bridge to Bridge Donatello’s Saint George The Façade of the Uffizi from Arno River A Secret Kaleidoscope within the San Lorenzo Basilica The coat of arms of the Medicis (mid XV c.) See the “Duomo” of Florence from around Florence In the heart of Chianti – A wintery view from the Chianti hills




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