From here, walk to the end of the Uffizi buildings to the Arno and catch a view of the river and the Ponte Vecchio.
On the way back to the station, take via della Porta Rossa to via Tornabuoni – the luxury shopping street – and pop into the church of Santa Trinita where you’ll be rewarded by a beautiful fresco by Ghirlandaio. Look carefully at the backgrounds of each scene as you should recognize some of the locations that you've seen today.
Alternatively, you could finish your afternoon at the church of Santa Maria Novella. Constructed shortly after Santa Croce, it's a Gothic structure with a Renaissance facade designed by the architect, Alberti. It houses an important fresco known as Masaccio’s Trinity which is one of the first major studies in scientific perspective.
The monumental complex of Santa Maria Novella can be visited with a single ticket that includes the Basilica, the Museum, the Cloisters - Cloister of the Dead, Green Cloister - the Spanish Chapel, the Ubriachi Chapel, the Refectory.