The tourist season has just started and we’re happy to announce 3 new walking tours in Florence to discover the real Firenze! Continue reading “Florence Walking Tours: discover the real Florence!”
We have planned some interesting guided tours for the moth of April 2017. Check out the calendar now!
Florence is the cradle of the Renaissance, today as it was 500 years ago. The new Urban Renaissance is along the streets, on the walls, the street signs and in all the street art you see around Florence.
Here a some pictures of the most iconic street artists in Florence. Join us to Florence Street Art Tour (& Food)! Read the tour’s review by our customers Greg & Susan here! Continue reading “Florence Street Art: meet the new Renaissance in Florence”
Are you coming to Florence? The cradle of the Renaissance can be overwhelming for some first-time visitors with so many things to see and to do. Here our recommendations for your first time in Florence. Continue reading “Florence Top Attractions: What to See”
Get ready for March! It’s going to be a month of special tours and exclusive openings. Continue reading “Florence Tours and Exclusive Openings March 2017 Specials”
The Orti Oricellari Garden takes its name from the noble family of Rucellai. This unknown garden is located few steps away from the train station of Santa Maria Novella. Continue reading “Visit the Orti Oricellari Garden”
The Giardino delle Rose takes its name from the large collection of roses. Inside the garden there are about 1000 varieties of roses and other plants, including 350 species of old roses. Continue reading “Visit the Rose Garden in Florence”
The Giardino dell’Iris, or Iris Garden, is located close to Piazzale Michelangelo and was founded in 1954 to host “Premio Firenze”, the first International Contest for the best varieties of Iris, promoted by Flaminia Specht and Nita Stross Radicati, members of the Italian Society Friends of the Flowers. Continue reading “Visit Florence: The Iris Garden”
The Boboli Gardens is one of the most beautiful gardens in Florence city center; it’s an open-air museum with antique statues, grottoes and fountains. Continue reading “What to see inside Boboli Gardens”