Things to do in Florence, Italy
Aside from sightseeing and visiting the main museums and churches, there are obviously lots of other things to do in Florence. You could try out a walking tour of specific areas of the city with a guide or go on a shopping spree! Eat out at great restaurants, try out all the gelato flavors!
There are lots of things to do so work on this section will be ongoing. In the meantime we hope the rest of the site is giving you some ideas on things to see and do in Tuscany and Florence.
What to Do in FlorenceClick on the following categories to read more:
Read full article "Wine Tasting in Florence"
Want to do wine tastings of the best Tuscan wines right in Florence? At the Piazza del Vino wine bar/shop/restaurant you can enjoy a great late afternoon aperitivo and taste Tuscany's great wines: Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Nobile di Montepulciano and Bolgheri wines.
Read full article "Uffizi Tours"
The Uffizi Gallery is Italy's most visited museum. Avoid long lines and enjoy your visit to the Uffizi in the company of a tour guide that will explain and place into the context the beauty and wonder of the masterpieces in the Uffizi.
Read full article "Exhibits in Florence"
A list of exhibits currently going on in Florence, with details on opening hours, ticket costs and general description of the exhibits.
Read full article "Summer Camps in Tuscany" Go to www.canadianisland.it
Enjoy a unique holiday in Tuscany with your children enjoying their days having fun with local children at a summer camp in Florence or in Tuscany while you enjoy a second honeymoon, visiting museums, romantic dinners and more!
Read full article "Pools in Florence"
The summer in Florence could be very warm, so allow yourself a dive into fresh water in one of the pools of Florence. You don’t need to take the car and drive for miles, close at hand you’ll find three beautiful pools!
Read full article "Take great pictures in Florence"
The places, the characteristics and curiosities. Where you can take good pictures in the “Renaissance's cradle".
Read full article "Pratolino Park"
The Park of Pratolino was the largest villa with gardens of the Medici family, with water grottoes, statues and other wonderful things. Today, even if radically different, the park is open to the public and is an ideal destination for a day out of Florence.
Read full article "Oblate Library"
The Oblate Library is located in Florence's city center, just a few steps away from the Duomo. It offers many free services for visitors and from its café you can enjoy a spectacular view over Brunelleschi's Cupola.
Read full article "Gelato in Florence"
There are a lot of gelato shops in Florence, several almost on every block downtown. So where should you head to get the best gelato? Here are our reviews of what we consider are some of the best "gelaterie" in Florence!
Read full article "Christmas in Florence"
Some useful tips on what to see and do in Florence in December, during Christmas holidays and up until Epiphany: recurring events, activities, open museums and typical markets, even on Christmas and New Year's Eve.