Florence

Florentia, built by the Romans, Florence, the place where the first European gold coin was struck, the town of great patron of the arts, of pure geniuses like Michelagelo and Leonardo da Vinci, inspirational source for writers and poets.

 

The Renaissance cradle, a precious chest collecting inestimable treasures. This is what people come here for, but they end up finding much more. Magical places, suggestive sights, stones that come right out of History and that witnessed many stories. A surprising place that always enchants new comers, just like a woman that never totally tells her secrets to keep her lover bound, but unveils her beauty day by day, slowly and  gently.

 

 

Around Florence

The Florentine Chianti side

One of the most beloved and dreamlike areas of the whole world. You will visit a fairytale land that does not come from your fantasy and you will discover that reality can sometimes be more beautiful than post cards. The Chianti area has a unique landscape, with soft hills, vineyards and...

Fiesole

The ancient Etruscan post from which they controlled the entire valley. A treasure nestled on soft hills, a place which stole the hearts of many artists in time. We will visit the Roman theatre, the archaeological area, Saint Romulus church, and the welcoming and quiet Bandini museum rich...
    


 

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Florence of Florentines

A breathing neighborhood

The Santa Maria Novella area. Simply suggestive. A square with its own history. The dominican church, a chest with a precious treasure inside: its facade, symbol of Renaissance harmony and perfection, Giotto's crucifix, Ghirlandaio's frescoes, Masaccio's masterpiece, Brunelleschi's...

Perfumes and colors of Florence

A stroll through the elegant and welcoming Bardini and Boboli gardens. The latter is the green oasis of the Florentine royal Pitti palace. The story of the great antique dealer Stefano Bardini told while immersed in his private garden. Surrounded by colors and perfumes of flowers like the...

The left bank

The Arno is a river that gave both happiness and sorrow to Florence. The left bank, locally called 'Diladdarno' is a neighborhood of artisans and antique dealers. The Old Bridge, the Pitti Palace (the Florentine house of the Medici family, followed by the Haupsburg-Lorraine and the Savoia royal...