The monastery is on the outskirts. It is not worthwhile to come here specially. If you are driving by car, you can take a round trip and take a look. It's just a very ordinary time for a long time, a little shabby, and I haven't seen nuns, there are very few people.
The Cartel Monastery, located on the outskirts of Florence, is one of the oldest monasteries in the area. It has a Renaissance architecture. After entering the gate, you will see an ancient Roman-style cloister. The overall tone of pale yellow makes it sacred and solemn.
Under the guidance of the locals, walk along a tree-lined avenue for about 1 km. At the end of the road is one of the five world-famous monasteries-Pavia Carthusian Monastery. Entering the garden, the magnificent and magnificent front is amazing. Although it was in the shadows at the time, it still couldn't hide its dazzling light like a gem.
The guide is a Monegasque, and the crowd a little further away lined up with tourists from Florence to buy tickets. A monastery stands on the hill and I recommend it.
The monastery was established in 1341. When you walk into the garden, the magnificent and gorgeous facade is amazing. It is recommended to see the interesting history.
The Sunday Mass and Gregorian chants are super impressive, the surrounding buildings are beautiful, and I would recommend seeing the interesting history.