Ciao from Florence

Dear friends,

In this difficult moment we have decided to make the most of the means we have in order to keep on promoting culture and sharing the passion that brings us together. Everyday many museums and foundations are posting videos and in-depth studies of their masterpieces on social networks.

For example the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, the Teatro la Fenice in Venice, some museums in Rome, such as the Capitolini, and so on.

We think these short videos are wonderful opportunities to visit these places and see them in a different light while comfortably sitting on our sofas at home.

All this reminds us that we are not alone but, on the contrary, we are a large community ready to come back as soon as it is safe for everyone.

While waiting to be able to accompany you once again through new discoveries and itineraries, we are working on our tours and preparing special events.

Follow us on our social networks for daily surprises and insights.

Here in Italy we are surrounded by art and even now there are many opportunities to explore it.

If you want to help and support us remotely, here are some ideas on how you can do it:

  • Post a comment about our services, LINK HERE

  • Post a photo or a memory of the time we have spent together on our social networks, LINK HERE.

  • Buy one of our vouchers valid for 12 months (starting from the official end of the quarantine date) to secure a place in one of our activities of your choice. Write to info@exclusiveconnection.it for information

  • Organize your next trip with us.

We sincerely hope to see you again soon!

Visit Florence with children: meet the Renaissance Super-Heroes of Florence

Are you coming to Florence with your family and children? Would you like to discover more about Florence and its magnificent Renaissance art? We have a created a family-friendly walking tour to visit Florence and meet the Renaissance super-heroes. Here some of the super-artists you meet during our Florence walking tour. Continue reading “Visit Florence with children: meet the Renaissance Super-Heroes of Florence”