The Arno, the largest and most famous river in central Italy, originated in the Apennines, which runs through the famous Florence and Pisa. The river has historically flooded both cities, most recently in 1966.
Apart from the Tiber River, this is the most important river in central Italy, it runs through the old city of Florence, the mother river of the city. It runs very peacefully and the old bridge on the river is a famous landmark.
It is a very pleasant thing to walk along the quiet Arno river. Especially at sunset, the color of the sky changes with the sun's west, and the gentle Arno river complement each other, beautiful like a painting.
A beautiful river in the heart of Florence. We loved leaning against the wall near the river with a cone of gelato just taking in the beauty! There are also some great restaurants with seating right over the river so the views are outstanding!
The Arno River separates Florence into two sides. It is the largest river in the region. It passes below the Ponte Vecchio and the Santa Trinita bridge. Walking along the river I spotted this bicycle just parked there with no one around. I loved the beauty and serenity.
Walk the banks of the Arno and admire the grand buildings lining the waterway. During festivals at night fireworks might be centered here and reflected for double pleasure. In all seasons lovers of all ages meet on the bridges.
Lovely river running through Florence. Perfect place for a sunset stroll. The architecture and views of the Ponte Vecchio are stunning.
The Arno River is one of the two most important rivers in Central Italy. In the city of Florence, the Arno bisects the city in half between north and south. You can see important historical sites on both sides, and you can walk down either side of the Arno and enjoy the scenery.