What comes to mind when you think of traveling to Florence? Of course, the city is recognized as the quintessence of 14th century Renaissance art, with pioneers such as Giotto, Michelangelo, Dante and Donatello leading the revolution. As Florentine culture has flourished over the past 500 years, so has the popularity of authentic wine bars. Overlooking the city’s streets, skyline and even the famous Ponte Vecchio, many wine bars bring a fresh perspective to classic Tuscan favorites. Here’s a guide to the best wine bars in Florence.
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