Are you planning a trip to Florence with your children? Don’t be worried about it because you have several things to do with your family when in Florence. Here we listed 5 things to do with children in Florence. Continue reading “Visit Florence with Kids: 5 things to do”
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Are you coming to Florence with your family and children? Would you like to discover more about Florence and its magnificent Renaissance art? We have a created a family-friendly walking tour to visit Florence and meet the Renaissance super-heroes. Here some of the super-artists you meet during our Florence walking tour. Continue reading “Visit Florence with children: meet the Renaissance Super-Heroes of Florence”
Welcome to September! In Italy September is that time of the year when schools start after the long Summer holidays, harvest is coming soon and you count the days to Christmas. We have a rich program of tours for the entire month of September! Continue reading “Waiting for Autumn: Tours in Florence in September”
Summer is the season of Florence boat tour: we organize cruises down the River Arno at sunset, when the sun colors up the city in gold. During the 1 hour cruise you see Florence from a complete different point of view and you spot 3 things we suggest you take pictures of. Continue reading “3 things to take pictures of while cruising the Arno river”
In Italy we celebrate Ferragosto on August 15th and it’s a catholic feast to celebrate the Assumption of Mary. This means that is a public holiday and most of the museums, offices, shops and restaurants are closed. Here a list of the museums in Florence opened on Ferragosto. Continue reading “Ferragosto in Florence: the museums open on August 15th 2017”
The Vasari Corridor is one the most renowned secret passages in the world: since the late Renaissance it connects the Uffizi Gallery to the Pitti Palace. It was closed to the public in November 2016 and it will be reopened to the public in 2018.
While we’re waiting for the great reopening of the Vasari Corridor here we listed some curiosities and facts of this hidden passage of Florence!
Continue reading “Stories and facts about the Vasari Corridor”
Think about a private passage used for centuries by the Medici family to go from Palazzo Vecchio to the Uffizi Gallery: this is the Path of the Prince, the hidden passage closed to the public until today and just reopened to the public until next January 2018. Here more details.
On June 24th Florence celebrates San Giovanni with a day rich of events and official appointments both for Florentine people and visitors. Check out the main events!
Have you ever thought to see Florence from a different perspective? We organize boat excursions on the Arno river! Continue reading “Florence seen from the Arno river”