Firenze is one of the most art-owned cities in the world; indeed, in 1982 the UNESCO declared the historic centre of Florence a World Heritage Site. The priceless architectural works, the paintings and sculptures represent its historical memory, the result of a continuous artistic creation that lasted over the centuries, from the Middle Age to the modernity. One of the most distinctive features of the city is, undoubtedly, the Renaissance architecture that in Florence was born. However, other artistic periods left here their masterpieces, such as the Romanesque of the Chiesa di San Miniato al Monte, the Gothic of the Chiesa di Santa Croce, the Mannerism of the Fontana del Nettuno and Giardino di Boboli, the Baroque of the Chiesa dei Santi Michele e Gaetano and the Complesso di San Firenze, the modern Santa Maria Novella train station and the Artemio Franchi stadium. Firenze can be easily visited by walking, the possible routes are endless, studded with countless architectural and historical artistic highlights: we suggest here a selection among the most significant and suggestive.