Walking through the historic center of Florence is always a pleasure, but doing it in the advent period becomes enchanting. We are organizing a Free Walking tour of Florence for this Christmas. We are starting our tour from Santa Maria Novella square next to the train station, and we are touching the most important site of Florence and we are ending our tour in Santa Croce where you have the possibility to find this special market.
Even in a country like Italy, which has strong culinary traditions, brunch has swiftly established itself as a trend and become part of our habits. This tempting meal, rich in a simple but less demanding breakfast than a conventional Sunday lunch, symbolizes a new ritual, a moment of leisure and taste with Pancakes and French toast, yogurt Bowls and detox, avocado toast and eggs in all their variations.
New owner for Villa Michelangelo, on the hills of Florence, the only building still existing in its entirety, where he lived and worked Michelangelo Buonarroti. The historic residence, built between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, was recently sold for 8 million euros to a foreign investment fund.
There are many beautiful sights to see in Florence, Italy. Click here for a guide to the best tours in Florence in 2023.
The so-called “Michelangelo’s secret room” will be open to the public on November 15th, a small room housed in the complex of the Medici Chapel Museum in Florence that displays studies and drawings ascribed to the famed Renaissance painter and sculptor. The room had been neglected for years and had never been seen until now: it is believed that Michelangelo Buonarroti secretly stayed there for a few months in 1530, sketching some of his works on the walls.
The Palazzo Vecchio in Florence is truly the ideal setting for a terrifying story told every year on the eve of All Saints: the ghost of Baldaccio d’Anghiari! Always in locations with an old narrative, ghosts or unpleasant shadows, or shadows who have not yet found peace in the hereafter.
Halloween, night of witches and ghosts: waiting for October 31, we tell you one of the most frightening stories of the cradle of the Renaissance, which features Geneva of Almieri protagonist, remembered as “the woman who lived twice”. The story tells of Ginevra Almieri daughter of a rich Florentine merchant who decided to marry her to the son of a wealthy merchant with whom he often made commercial relations, Francesco Agolanti.Unfortunately, the young Geneva was in love with another young Florentine merchant Antonio Rondinelli.
The Halloween 2023 events in Florence are all creepy: the most “Granicelli or Older” can attend disco parties, children can participate in initiatives, workshops, and magic shows, and in the province this year there is also a horror castle and a pumpkin field where you can choose the perfect vegetable to be carved. Whether it’s a terrifying race or an evening of electronic music, many sections of the city reveal their dark side for one night only. Although the program is still being developed, many initiatives have already been announced. So, here’s what to do on October 31 in Florence and its environs:
Barcelona is a cosmopolitan, vibrant, modern city with a rich architectural history. There are now seven monuments on the Unesco list that were designed by the famous architect Antonio Gaud. Passing through the cobblestone streets of the historic core, along the waterfront, and through the green spaces, you’ll discover how the city has managed to draw the best from its past in order to integrate it with the present and the future in the service of innovation.
Five things to do in Rome
There are many interesting things to do in Rome, a city full of history, culture and beauties. Here are five activities you could consider during your visit.
These are just some of the activities you can carry out in Rome. The city offers many other fascinating experiences, so take the time to explore and discover what interests you most.