In Piazza di Fiesole turn into via Duprè on the left is the Bandini Museum and on the right
the entrance to the Roman Theater of Fiesole with the archaeological area.
Continue left on via Duprè after the car park take via del Cimitero
the road begins to climb into the woods and you reach the Convent of San Francesco
(Franciscan monastery dating back to 1399) open to visitors.
From here you return to Fiesole with a breathtaking view of the entire city of Florence
When you reach Piazza Mino on the left is the Cathedral of San Romolo
which is worth a visit inside where you can admire the two frescoes,
San Benedetto (around 1420) and San Sebastiano
from the school of Pietro Perugino (early 16th century).
I recommend going down the stairs to the crypt of the church
to admire the Madonna enthroned with the child.