Mercato Centrale Florence

A Historical Foodie Trail of Florence, Italy

Florence was one of the highlights of my trip to Italy last year, and along with some of the world’s most famous masterpieces, incredible architecture and beautiful gardens, it was the city’s impressive culinary scene that made it such a special place to visit.

I drank coffee in the oldest cafes at Piazza della Repubblica, wandered the enticing stalls of the Mercato Centrale, ate rainbow-coloured gelato along the Arno and indulged in some of the best pizza and pasta in the country…and now, thanks to Geotourist, you can follow my Historical Foodie Trail of Florence and eat your way around this incredible city – discovering the stories behind its most loved food destinations as you go!

Gelato in Florence

Discover some of Florence’s oldest (and most tasty!) eateries

The Geotourist app – which is free to download and use – gives travellers the chance to listen to audio tours of cities around the world. Created by locals and travel experts, these walking trails go further than the guidebooks, allowing you discover a different side to some of the world’s most famous locations.


A Historical Foodie Trail of Florence, Italy – A Travellin’ Tale for Geotourist

A Historical Foodie Trail of Florence, Italy is the third walking tour I have created for Geotourist, along with tours of Portland, Oregon and Naples, Italy – with more trails coming very soon. Visit the Geotourist website – where you can create a free profile – or download the free app to find tours from all over the world. You can also create, add and share your own trails.

Note: This is not one of those sponsored posts…but I am working with Geotourist…which makes this a small tale of self-promotion! I truly rate the app…and would love it if you guys took the time to check it out! As always, feel free to leave any comments or questions below! 

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