Friday, December 23, 2016

Discover the New “Teatro dell’Opera” in Florence

Italy is the undisputed birthplace of opera, but many people do not realize that the art form has its oldest roots in the city of Florence.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Florence Bars and Cafes with a View

Unless you are coming to Florence strictly for school or work, a big bonus of experiencing life in the city is the scenery that will capture your attention at every turn. At times, some of the most popular places to take photographs are worth photographing themselves. It is not only the view of the sleek ribbon of the Arno winding its way beneath the Ponte Vecchio — it is the Ponte Vecchio itself as seen from the banks of the river.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Museums to Visit with Kids in Florence

Florence is an old city, but at its heart is a creative center that continues to generate ideas and works of artistic and scientific significance. Young visitors will have plenty to find interesting and inspiring, including several museums that are family friendly.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Florence "Inferno" by Dan Brown

When Dan Brown released The DaVinci Code in 2003, the world was captivated by his controversial story of conspiracy, religion and secret societies.