Moving to Florence, Italy

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    Moving from Indiana, the USA to Florence, Italy with Sunset International Shipping

    Have you made a decision about moving from Indiana to the mesmerizing city of Florence? We know that the moving process is not easy, but we are positive that you are going to enjoy this cultural center with so many interesting sights, venues and restaurants.

    Of course, you cannot do it all by yourself, and that is when our Sunset International Shipping team comes to rescue. We are offering you professional assistance, and although there are many other companies on the market, you will not regret opting for Sunset International Shipping. We will be responsible for your items like we have been for so many satisfied customers in the past. Our company dealt with a vast number of packing and moving processes carrying out successful shipments for over 15 years. For more customer feedback you can check out reviews on Yelp and Google.

    We make both residential and commercial moves, so whether you need your entire home moved to another country, your car shipped, your boat moved to a different country – we can help. We can even offer you up to 30 days of free storage while you get your things together. Packers in our company are reliable and will pack and wrap all of your belongings very carefully.

    Please call our Sunset International Shipping representative and tell them about your moving needs. Whether you choose to move by air or sea, we can help you plan a budget and arrange all the necessary tasks. We are happy to attend to your needs and answer all of the questions you might possibly have.

    About Florence

    The following lines contain some of the information we have collected about the city of Florence in which you are going to start a new life chapter.

    Florence, or as Italians call it Firenze is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany. During the medieval time, Florence was a center of trade and finance for Europe and one of the richest cities of that period. From the 14th to 16th century, Florence was politically, economically, and culturally one of the most significant cities in Europe. The main industry in Florence is definitely the tourism industry and its economy mostly relies on it, however, manufacturing and commerce, still remain highly significant.

    Geographically, this city lies in a basin formed by hills and the rivers Arno, Greve, Ema and Mugnone go through it. The climate is humid subtropical climate, slightly tending towards Mediterranean climate. Summers are cool, having moderate or light rainfall and the winters are cool.

    Most famous people who are related to this epic region, and of which you have probably heard a lot about, are Dante Alighieri, Petrarch, Giovanni Boccaccio, Niccolò Machiavelli and Francesco Guicciardini.

    Birthplace of the Renaissance

    It is famous for being ruled by the historic Medici family, and it is considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance, so this is why it is often called la culla del Rinascimento (the cradle of the Renaissance). The center of the city is surrounded by medieval walls that were built in the 14th century to defend the city. The historic center of Florence was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1982.

    Architecture & Monuments

    Florence has many amazing buildings and monuments which combine medieval, Baroque, Neoclassical and modern architectural styles. We recommend you should see for yourself and enjoy exploring the Florence. Some of them are:

    • The cathedral of the city, Santa Maria del Fiore, known as The Duomo;
    • Bartolomeo Ammannati’s marble sculpture called the Fountain of Neptune;
    • Palazzo Vecchio;
    • Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge)
    • The church of San Lorenzo with the mausoleum of the Medici family

    Besides these, there are numerous piazzas, i.e. city squares and fantastic streets that will make you never want to stop walking and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding Florence spirit. The most famous square is Piazza della Repubblica where you can stop for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. Other famous squares are Other squares include the Piazza San Marco, the Piazza Santa Maria Novella, the Piazza Beccaria and the Piazza della Libertà.

    Take a walk down the quaint streets of Florence or enjoy your drink on one of the famous piazzas, but before that – give us a call so we could make that possible for you.

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