Tuscany is one of the most important region in Italy for the wine production. All over this region you can find plenty of special locations where you can taste the best local products and where you can really live an authentic wine and food experience, surrounded by the magical Tuscan hills . You definitely wouldn’t miss it!
For us Italians, food is culture and is often used as an excuse to spend time with our loved ones. In order to really get to know a city and the habits of the locals, one of the first things to do is to discover and taste its typical dishes, which hide incredible stories and legends that I can’t wait to tell you about in this food and wine tour
It’s a pleasant walk around the city, perfect for who is visiting Florence for the first time and desires to have an introduction to such an interesting reality. You will have the possibility to admire its squares, its renaissance buildings and its medieval narrow streets, while I am telling you about its story and curious anecdotes
An artistic journey through painting. Rooms are organized in chronological order and while we are passing through them, we will encounter an incredible series of must-see masterpieces, starting from the 13th century art to the 18th such as the Ognissanti Madonna by Giotto, the birth of Venus by Botticelli, the annunciation by Leonardo da Vinci and we can’t forget Michelangelo and Raphael
The collections displayed in this museum have changed several times throughout the years, but it has begun to be considered Michelangelo’s museum when it started to host his works, such as the “ Captives ” which are unfinished sculptures representing the prisoners and most of all when it has become THE DAVID’s house, which is known all over the world as the representation of perfection in sculpture
Fashion today has an important role in our travel experience and with this tour you will know more about the florentine fashion and all the changes that experienced during the centuries. You will also discover little artisan shops where you can buy unique items made with incredible old techniques
This temple was a meeting place for all the humanists, scientist, theologian who made a great and valuable contribution to the birth of the Italian national identity between the Middle Ages and Renaissance time. It is indeed known as temple of Italian glories because it hosts the sepulchre of illustrious people such as Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli
Built as palace of the Priors, it became the symbol of the Florentine Republic of the 14th century and it kept being the center of politics with the Medici Family, who used the palace as their private residence. Currently it still has a main role, both as the Florence city hall as well as a museum, given the huge artistic patrimony it is populated with
Although it is located in a different area from most of the famous historical buildings of Florence, the Basilica of Santo Spirito and the Namesake Square are a necessary stop for whoever would like to experience the authentic Florentine vibe. The church inside holds the precious crucifix made my Michelangelo when he was just 17 years old, which can show us his deep knowledge of human anatomy
The perfect itinerary for those who would like to escape from the chaos of the historical center and who desire to have a different and suggestive perspective of Florence. Given its position, on a hill on the south bank of the Arno river, it’s considered as a panoramic terrace from where you can enjoy the view of the entire city and it’s the perfect place to take breath-taking photos
See the most authentic district of Florence and enjoy the so-called ’florentine-vibe’ in a private and exciting tour, where you can visit the residence of the Medici Family and part of their art collections and stroll around the places where locals still live and like to hang out
If you come to Tuscany once or twice a year on holiday and this is not enough for you anymore and if you have follen in love with the colors and smells of one of the most interesting and varied regions of Italy, in this section you will find a series of information on houses and other properties for rent or sale in the beautiful and picturesque streets of the historic center of Florence or, for those who love nature and relax, on villas and farmhouses in the wonderful Tuscan hills
Daily tour in Scarperia, a small village in the Mugello area just 30 km from Florence, in the countryside of Tuscany. A place that’s still off the beaten tracks where you can breathe air of tradition and history and that it has been famous for the production of handmade knives for more than 600 years.
Italy is recovering! Little by little and with all due precautions people are going back to work and to their almost "normal lives". In the meantime while we wait for tourism to start again, I would like to take you with me on virtual trips around Florence and Tuscany!