Over the years Florence, was a charming set for many films. Tourists on holiday in Florence will visit the set of many films, places that have inspired the greatest Italian and international directors and actors.
In Piazza Santo Spirito, tourists will come across the Pensione Bandini, set of one scene of "A Tea with Mussolini", directed by Franco Zeffirelli.
In the magnificent Boboli Gardens, is the set of some scenes of "Paisà", the second part of the trilogy directed by Roberto Rossellini.
On Ponte Vecchio were shot two films: in 2001 Ridley Scott in 2001 has shot some scenes of the film Hannibal, while Alberto Lattuada shot some scenes in the movie Stay as you are, with Marcello Mastroianni and Nastassja Kinski.
In Palazzo Vecchio were turn some of the most bloody scenes of Hannibal, after these scenes the film continues with a few shots on Piazza della Signoria, which was the background to some images of the film Room with view.
In Piazza Duomo John Malkovich and Nicole Kidman walked in the film The Portrait of a Lady directed by Jane Campion.
Al Pacino, in Bobby Deerfield, directed by Sidney Pollak, wolks in Via Tornabuoni.
An the train station of Santa Maria Novella is the train station that appears in the film "a tea with Mussolini".