Bridges of Florence
I took the next photo from the Michelangelo Square. From here you can have a nice overview of the bridges. The colorful Ponte Vecchio is the first in line, followed by the others.
The most iconic bridge in Florence is Ponte Vecchio, the Old Bridge. This bridge is always really crowded, from far away looks like there is perpetual party. What's really happening is that the mass of tourists wants to take selfies with the river and the next bridges. There is also a market on the bridge, where you can buy luxury goods, like jewelry and expensive watches.
Ponte Santa Trinita
The Ponte Santa Trìnita (The Holy Trinity Bridge) is the oldest elliptic arch bridge in the world, the three flattened ellipses giving the structure its celebrated elegant appearance. This bridge is the most central one. We stopped here many times to eat ice cream and admire the river and the other bridges.
Ponte alla Carraia
The Ponte alla Carraia is a five-arched bridge spanning the River Arno and linking the district of Oltrarno to the rest of the city of Florence.
Ponte Amerigo Vespucci
It seems that drivers prefer this bridge, as there are always lots of cars using it to cross the river.
Ponte alle Grazie
Ponte San Niccolo Small is a smaller, one arch bridge. Florence has other bridges for which I wasn't able to find the names.
I'll end the story with an overview photo to show how beautifully everything fits together and how the bridges bring more personality to the city. Florence is for sure a city worth visiting, an architectural beauty! Read more about Florence here.