Monday, 20 June 2016

Florence pt.2

Here's the second part of pics (and yes, the last one from my trip to Italy) from the capital of Tuscany, including Ponte Vecchio, Basillica of Santa Croce and Baboli Gardens. There are so many incredible, worth visiting places in Italy- Positano, Naples, Sardinia, Capri, Portofino, Milan, Amalfi, Verona. Can you imagine how great it would be to see them all? I'm looking foward to return to Italy soon and hopefully discover even a small part of one of the most unbelievable countries in the world ;)

Colorful houses beside Ponte Veccio

Piazza della Repubblica

On the Ponte Vecchio- the best place to buy gold or step into Patek Philippe (Swiss buddy).

Church vibes

My new disclosure- the stunning Baboli Gardens, Duomo in the background. P.S. I'm a badass everywhere I go- I entered through the side entrance to avoid paying the admission haha.

Frozen goodies

Experimenting with different lomography-alike effects

Local bazaar & temporary street art

 Frescos, frescos


Italian city = Italian food

 Spotted : a unicorn statue in Baboli Gardens

Sunday, 19 June 2016


Florence was the only city which I have visited before, so I knew what to expect and I thought I discovered everything that should be discovered. I was wrong. Turns out that there are loads of attractions on the other side of Ponte Veccio. Although it seemed like nothing has change since I was here 2 or 3 years ago there were some new disclosures like the turtle statue at Piazza della Signoria or the best ice cream, the ones I miss very badly right now. I divided this city into two parts because of the immense of photos I have to publish ;)

Wow for Italian Duomos in Tuscany cities.



My first time in Basilica of Santa Croce

Fountain of Neptune, almost like in Gdansk ;)
Since I have a turtle I  obviously loved that temporary form of art.

Can't recall the name of that church :/

The Uffizi Gallery, still unvisited. That's the reason why I need to return to Florence for the third time.

The famous Gates of Paradise. Did you know that it took 21 years to complete them?

 Churches everywhere...

Ootd and intergalactic doors of Florence.

 Fake David statue at Piazza della Signoria, the real one is located in Galleria dell'Accademia because once it was destroyed.

 That horse definitely knows where to stand.

 Words can't describe how good were those ice cream, if you'll ever visit Florence make sure to visit Cioccogelateria Venchi near Duomo.

Dozen motorcycles and street art in front of The Uffizi Gallery.

Cute vespa & Chanel beauty store