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is the other Florence. What do I mean? I mean that you’ll find people
generally fall into two groups: fans of Florence and fans of Siena. Both
are incredibly beautiful, both are full of ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
The Count Ortessi built it, Napoleon’s sister desired it so much that he gave it to her after he invaded Tuscany , and, rumors flew that newlywed royals William and Kate were going to stay there ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2011
It’s no secret that I am obsessed with hot water, particularly thermal
water flowing from the core of the earth. And at Saturnia in Tuscany there’s a river of the stuff, and waterfalls! I’m ...
Many of the hill towns of Tuscany
are famous for their clustered houses, cobbled streets and lovely
views. To an outsider, they often seem interchangeable – unless one of
them is particularly ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2012
Part of the attraction of Tuscany is its unspoiled landscape. Those lovely rolling green hills, olive groves and cypress trees that make you believe you’ve traveled back in time. Our desire to ...
Written by Liguria Expert: Loredana, March 2012
The Cinque Terre is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera. It is in the Liguria region of Italy, to the west of the city of La Spezia. Cinque Terre means Five Lands and comprises of the ...
Written by Jessica, USA, March 2013
Visiting a spa while on vacation can be the perfect way to unwind from the busy “real world.” Of course, a trip to Tuscany sounds like a pretty good way to relax, too. So, why not skip the agonizing ...
Written by Jessica, USA, August 2012
From the austere facade of the Pitti Palace in Florence ,
you would never know that an expansive and elaborate garden lies just
over the palace walls. The Boboli Gardens were once the private ...
Renting an apartment in Florence
can be an excellent way to get the most out of your stay. Even if
you’re only there for 4-5 days, you may be able to save money with an
apartment rental over a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, August 2011
Florence ’s most famous son must be Michelangelo. Yes, he left for Rome and painted the Sistine Ceiling for the pope, but in Florence I always feel his presence very strongly. There
is The ...
Written by Florence Expert: Elisa, Italy, February 2012
Hoping that winter is treating you well, like here in Florence where is cold but sunny.
I’m sure you’re preparing your trip for next spring and summer, and maybe you are searching the best ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, February 2012
The historic center of Florence is densely urban. Everything is built of stone, and it can be exhausting. You’ll be gasping for a breath of fresh air. Even the River Arno gives little relief as it ...
Written by Jessica, USA, September 2012
There are many excellent options for day trips from Florence , including Pisa and Siena ,
but if you have less than a day to spare—or you just want to spend more
time exploring a destination ...
Written by Jessica, USA, December 2012
It’s entirely possible to spend several weeks just in the city of Florence
and still not see and do everything. This relatively small city is
packed to the gills with world class art and ...
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