Florence – Nightlife – Culture

Nightlife

For updated information about it, what's going on in Florence - from informal politics to what happens after dark - you can visit the Box Office, via della Pergola 1Oa / r (10.00-20.00; 242361), the facility of the local station …

Florence – Gastronomy

The Florentines seem to have always preferred wine to coffee, therefore the city cannot claim a café tradition on a par with Paris or Rome - there are more bars here, where you can relax, as a rule, more nicely than in cafes. In recent years, the culinary reputation …

Florence – Santo Spirito i Carmine

Santo Spirito i Carmine

A certain idea of ​​the role of the parish church of Santo Spirito is given by the fact, that when in the fourteenth century. Florence was divided into four administrative quartieri, the entire area south of Arno was named after him. A bit dingy Piazza Santo …

Florence – Santa Croce district

Florence – Santa Croce district

W 1966 r. the flood changed the character of the area around Santa Croce. Previously, it was one of the most densely populated districts in the city, tightly built-up with tenement houses and small workshops. When the Arno River broke its banks, lying below the level of the neighborhood …

Florence – Santissima Annunziata square

Florence – Santissima Annunziata square

Thanks to its porticoes and the church, Piazza Santissima Annunziata is a favorite square of the Florentines. Do XVII w. the Florentine year was beginning 25 brand, on the Feast of the Annunciation - hence the predilection for the images of the Annunciation and the fashion for weddings in …

Florence – San Marco and surroundings

Florence – San Marco and surroundings

Most of the traffic in the center of Florence goes along Via Cavour, the thoroughfare connecting the duomo area with Piazza della Liberta, where the ring roads converge (avenue). In addition to buses to Fiesole and other towns in the north …

Florence – San Lorenzo

Florence – San Lorenzo

Established in the 4th century. San Lorenzo (8.00-12.00 i 15.30-19.00) it is considered the oldest church in Florence and served as the city's cathedral for almost three hundred years. As it was the Medici parish church, enjoyed the patronage of this family: …

Florence – Santa Maria Novella

Florence – Santa Maria Novella

After crossing the street from the station square, you will find yourself on the edge of a zone free from high-speed traffic and exhaust fumes. On the other side of the Church of Santa Maria Novella - the back of which faces exactly the station …