The City of Florence is divided in two by the river Arno, but its charming bridges give it a harmonious sense of continuity between the two sides. All of Florence’s bridges share centuries of history. The oldest and most famous is certainly Ponte Vecchio, mentioned by author Dan Brown in his novel Inferno. However, the other bridges are also important and noteworthy, given their stories, particularities, and that they have become real monuments.Details
Enjoy the complete experience to Dan Brown’s novel Inferno, with a focus on Florence, Italy. Read our free and comprehensive blog on all things related to the book, register for a guided Inferno walking tour of Florence, or purchase our eBook with an audio version. Finally, here you can find other guided tours of Florence that let you explore the city beyond the novel and a bimonthly events guide with information on music, art, markets, and many other exciting things.