Florence, walkable city
Living in Florence means being immersed in beauty every day. From the church facades to the alleys steeped in history, from the poetic riverbanks to the most hidden corners, this city is a veritable open-air museum. And the best part is that, it is entirely accessible on foot!
The “Carro matto”
Among the Tuscan excellences known all over the world, wine, undoubtedly, holds a special place. The Chianti region is in fact famous for its grapes that give a unique product, with a bright ruby color and unmistakable aroma.
The Mediterranean Diet
"Tell me what you eat and I'll tell you who you are" proclaims the famous saying from Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin. Italy is one of the symbolic countries representing this philosophy, and understanding Italian food, with its history, its variety and its genuineness, means knowing the culture and identity of an entire nation. The typical dishes, with their more, or less famous, regional variants, have been passed down for centuries and through their ingredients, tell stories of dominations and cultural, political and social contaminations.
Florentine figures of speech for the summer!
Florence is a city of dazzling beauty, but during the summer it is definitely incandescent! To fight the august heat, the typical Florentine is always equipped with his easygoing and ironic figures of speech! We will reveal a small heatwave survival guide, to make the most of summer in the city or, why not, to take a quick trip to the beach!
The Electress of the Palatinate
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Florence is one of the most incredible cities in the world and its beauty has inspired entire generations of poets, architects, musicians, sculptors and painters. A true treasure chest that has preserved art and culture for centuries and that continues, with its breathtaking views, its narrow poetic streets, and its majestic architecture, to make anyone who finds themselves in Florence to fall in love with it.