Where to sip a delicious aperitivo signed Gucci , overlooking a spectacular square as Piazza della Signoria … More Gucci Giardino 25 in Florence for a glam aperitif
Firenze : Uffizi museum reopens a beautiful closed loggia with historic maps of Tuscany Grand Duchy territories … More After 20 years a stunning reopening :the historic maps room at the Uffizi Gallery
As a guided tour in a museum as the Uffizi Galleries could be the best medice for your spirit and your body and no against indications! … More A guided tour a month takes the depression away!The best cure with no side effects
Celebrando i 460 anni della farmacia Santissima Annunziata di Firenze … More Celebrating 460 years of activity for Santissima Annunziata pharmacy in Florence
Bo more quarantine, no more curfew so Italy, Tuscany could be free again. Welcome to visitors coning from abroad , tourism and life is back again enjoy Tuscany, Italia and its great artistic heritage and its countryside … More No more curfew , no more quarantine:Italian summer is safe!
No more dead in Pistoia, less restrictions, no more quarantine for travelers fully vaccinated only tampons, vaccination is getting faster and faster a new Renaissance is coming! … More No more dead since two days in Pistoia ~ Tuscany ~ Italia: finally we can see the light!
Enjoy Florence museums! Uffizi galleries, Pitti Palace, Bargello museum,Medici chapels, Davanzati Palace , Boboli gardens a new reopening for a new Renaissance for Firenze, Tuscany, Italy , world a full immersion in art and beauty! … More Uffizi Galleries and many other Florentine museums reopen today!
Are you passionate about nature, environment, agriculture, history, traditions, organic food, Italian goodies , Tuscany and all about Italy ? Yes? So, this is your call! Now with https://www.ageroliva.it/ you can have the chance to adopt a Tuscan olive tree on Pistoia’s hills and so in this way you could : 1. save a tree … More Adopt a Tuscan olive tree and enjoy your own organic extra virgin olive oil!
Remember Florence, its beauties and its crowded streets … More Remembering Florence with love
Have you ever seen “buchette del vino” in Florence? Maybe yes but you didn’t know what they were… In English could be translated in : “wine windows”, for wine lovers since the XVII century when , due to some export restrictions the Florentine noble families decided to sell wine produced in their countryside estates , … More “Wine windows” in Florence: one just re-open!