Frankly speaking I think that this ingenious architect is by far underestimated or at least has not attracted publishing houses to invest money on a book revealing how outstanding Neri di Fioravante has been for the Florentine skyline, given that[…]
When tourists I work with ask me about the best period for visiting Florence I often answer “always, it only depends on how early you love to get up in the morning!” Let me explain my point of view…
La repentinità, lo svolgersi tanto inatteso quanto improvviso di un tragico avvenimento genera nello spettatore uno stato di angoscia mal controllata, associato ad una incredulità quasi isterica, direi.
Visit all major museums of Florence with our experts and native tour-guides and enjoy tha possibility of visiting several other museums on your own travelling on all public services within 72 hours!
The Garden of the Iris, which since 1215 is the symbol of the city of Florence, is a little green corner permeated with intense parfumes immersed in the greenery of the southern hills of Florence, next to Piazzale Michelangelo.
The Medici Villa of Poggio a Caiano and Renaissance in the oldest textile city of Europe, Prato. On Saturday, when traffic slows down, it is pleasurable, early in the morning, to get onto a bus taking us in 30 minutes[…]
For just 48 hours – till Saturday the 23rd of October 2010 – it has been possible to admire the most celebrated buildings of Florence through a white Carrara Marble Stonehenge.
If you visit the fabulous Uffizi painting with Florencepass we will surely alert you, but also if you do it on your own, don’t throw your entrance ticket to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence!
Alessandro Filipepi, better known as Sandro Botticelli, the painter of world famous Birth of Venus, lies buried in this rather anonymous way in the Florentine church Ognissanti. I want to mention this on his 5th centenary of his death.