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The guide was very friendly and the dinner was great. We ended going back to the restaurant a few days later and had another great meal. The concert was intimate, and lasted about an hour. Just the right amount of time for me. Something different and a lot of fun.
This was on our last night and was a great grande finale. Real professional pianist and soloists from Florence Opera Werks. The dinner was superb..a classic 5 course Italian meal. Very nice restaurant.
was an amazing night out, the singers were fantastic!
Wasn't a great fan of all the dishes but I'm a picky eater. Gave everything a go and the Tuscan experience was great. The concert, both the singing and the location were breathtaking
This was brilliant, our meal at Bibo restaurant was delicious. We had lots of yummy pasta and red wine, the staff at the restaurant are brilliant, very Italian and very attentive. The concert was wonderful, set in a pretty little church, we were entertained by 2 talented singers and a pianist. This was a really lovely evening, very romantic.
It was a great evening, the restaurant and dinner was very convenient the the food was excellent. A short walk over to the church for the opera which was a first for us but we really enjoyed it. The opera was lasted about an hour long and was very entertaining.
Unbelievable evening. Dinner was great, good wine, and the opera was just right. Highly recommend it.
Wow what a way to start our trip to Florence. Fantastic! The meal was superb with plenty of Chianti and then a really pleasant stroll to a beautiful old church to listen to a mixture of opera, which amazed us how good it was! Would definitely do it again.
Great dinner, nice companions, wonderful tour guide, and a marvelous Opera presentation.
This was a wonderful evening! The food was nice but nothing amazing and it was a little rushed for the amount of courses, however we were running late so possibly our own fault! The opera was wonderful, situated in an intimate church with great acoustics and it really was perfect ambiance!
Great performance! Like a private concert! Restaurant and food were OK.
Our tour guide was terrific, you could tell by her explanations that she loved her city. The concert was great; we bought the CDs to enjoy at home.
I loved the concert, but the dinner was not so good.
Dinner was above average and the concert was at a small church making the concert a wonderful close knit experience.
We met in Santa Trinita square and made the short trip over the busy Ponte Vecchio to the restaurant in the Transarno area. The food was good, and the wine was reasonable, but we had the water anyway. The starter was cold meats and bread, very Tuscan, followed by a selection of pastas--the tagliatelle with lemon was sublime. The main course was a choice of fish or pork; there was a vegetarian option, too, served Florentine style with spinach rather than potatoes, very nice. We then finished off with an excellent tiramisu and coffee, the perfect end to a good meal. The journey to the church for the concert was short and sweet. The church was a bit rundown, but that just added to the atmosphere, and it was full of typical Florentine art. The concert was a nice Dutch-Austrian man playing his piano, accompanied in every other piece by an excellent Italian opera diva. Her performance was good, typically Italian, lots of vibrato, but very accomplished, and she made numerous costume changes, which added to the fun. The piano pieces were heavy on the Chopin, and there were a lot of Puccini opera pieces, but being as we were in Italy that was welcome and very good, and most people like Chopin, so nearly everybody stayed to the end. A really good night, gives you a feel for Tuscan food and culture. Everybody who visits Florence should do it.