San Frediano mon amour. Art and romance “beyond the Arno” Made in Florence antique dealers and fans unite! Borgo San Frediano welcomes you in the headquarters of workshops and more passionate and true local culture.
The most beautiful lily in the garden of Italy No gaze escapes. Wherever the eye lifts itelf, Brunelleschi’s Dome is there ready to catch it.
Fortezza da Basso, between tradition and modernity. Art around the walls Beautiful, huge, reddish, pentagonal shape: the Fortezza da Basso is one of several Renaissance monuments of Florence.
Western suburbs: 2000 years of history and craftsmanship Today it is famous for the airport, offices, banks and traffic, but few know that Peretola is a place full of history:
Where once stood the walls It was back in 1865, when Florence capital of Italy changed his profile: the city walls were torn down and the boulevards took their place.
Hard stone, silver and precious wood: when the craft becomes regal In the collective imagination of the Florentines is the spearhead of the Viale dei Colli, the most sophisticated and “in” area of the Tuscan capital.
In the maze of Oltrarno: noble and popular Florence A short walk from the Boboli Gardens, along the road that goes down from Piazzale Michelangelo to Porta Romana, it is usual to be enchanted
Hymn to the Memory, coincidence of arts and artists The definition of “Pantheon” is well suited to the Basilica of Santa Croce. A temple of art and memory where endures the fame of “Italian glories”, as recalled Foscolo in his Sepulchres
Only here all that glitters is gold To the eyes of the world Florence is a city of unmistakable aesthetic characteristics related to each other.