Travel from home with the virtual tour of Florence created by Fabio Casati

High definition images that reveal a beautiful, empty city, in lockdown.
FIRENZE, Italy - May 21, 2020 - PRLog -- An unusual and never-before-seen Florence. Spectacular and empty after surrendering to the invisible power of a coronavirus Covid-19, while at the same time, alive and poignant in the 360-degree images created by Fabio Casati, a photographer based in Prato.

A voyage through the city of Michelangelo's David, among the most famous squares and views. A tour between Ponte Vecchio and the Arno River, streets and landmarks that are symbols of a past full of history, which are now free of tourists and can be openly admired and discovered. A virtual tour created by Fabio Casati, a Google Street View - Trusted Photographer, along the empty streets of a deserted city. The unknown and authentic city that can be admired without distractions.

These images show a still-almost-empty city towards the end of the Coronavirus lockdown, although, with a few dog walkers and masked pedestrians, they're infinitely less haunting than our first images of Florence under lockdown.

A special and unique opportunity to discover, or rediscover, the heritage of art and beauty thanks to a small technological marvel that allows for a total and realistic immersion into the city. A very simple tool to use that yields detailed, high definition images, and outlines the magic of the wide open spaces featuring monuments, churches, palaces, and even stones.

Start walking through this Florence, now deserted and discover with us the most famous places such as its beautiful squares: Piazza Santa Maria Novella, Piazza Michelangelo, Piazza degli Strozzi, Piazza San Lorenzo, Piazza San Giovanni, Piazza Repubblica, Pizza della Signoria, Piazza Santa Croce, Piazza Dé Pitti and even the bridges: Ponte Santa Trinità, Ponte Vecchio but also the Loggia del Porcellino, Lungarno Dé Medici and the beautiful Via dei Tornabuoni.

An emotional journey through Florence to be enjoyed in every detail that can start, or end, from the most famous observation point of the city panorama: Piazzale Michelangelo.

To access the tour you can connect to with any device (computer, tablet, or smartphone).
On the website it is also possible to have a look at other works shown with a 360-degree view.

Fabio Casati
Tags:Travel Florence
Location:Firenze - Tuscany - Italy
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