To celebrate the International Workers’ Day 2013, Florencepass Tour Operator decided first of all to respect the spirit of the occasion and organize a special tour theme not for the day of the celebration, but for Saturday, May 4, 2013.[…]
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.
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!
We know that splendid paintings by Caravaggio – the Bacchus and the Medusa – reached the Uffizi already towards the end of the XVI century. Others (two or three) were in time purchased by the Grand Dukes who thus proved[…]
Held in the summer apartments of the Tuscan Grand Duke Ferdinand II in the Pitti Palace in Florence this outstanding temporary exhibition shows magnificent cameos and stones carvings on loan from several museums which are displayed along the permanent collection[…]
Dopo un accurato restauro due famosi dipinti di Filippo Lippi ( 1406 – 1469 ) – la Pala del Noviziato ed una annunciazione e due santi – saranno nuovamente visibili al pubblico dal 27 aprile 2010 nella celeberrima Galleria degli[…]