Month: March 2010

The Vasari Corridor Will Reopen Shortly

March 26, 2010

Yesterday we had news regarding the official re-opening of the Vasari Corridor this April, closed just last February for a restoration project that is supposed to last years. A trial period from April through June was announced which will see the reinstatement of the striking “Percorso del Principe“, or Prince’s Itinerary. The itinerary will lead…

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Easter 2010 in Florence and Tuscany

Easter is coming soon. And we have information to share with you on what to do and what to see in Florence and Tuscany next weekend. Most of the museums in Florence will be open on Easter Sunday and Monday (April 4 and 5). In particular some State Museums are “extraordinarily” open such as the…

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Hidden Tuscan treasures unveiled

March 19, 2010

As usual there will take place the wonderful FAI di Primavera. The event is organized by Fondo Italiano per l’Ambiente (FAI – Italian Fund for Environment), a no-profit organization preserving and promoting Italian cultural heritage, and will open to public almost 600 Italian hidden treasures. Guided tours will be in Italian and for free donation.

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Secret Uffizi open for a month

March 12, 2010

As you probably know, Florence has plenty of things to see. Sometimes it’s impossible to keep up with exhibits, special events, openings and so on, so much and so huge is the historical heritage of the city. Yesterday we had the opportunity to visit an extraordinary hidden art collection of the Uffizi Gallery. Thanks to…

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Women’s Day in Florence

March 2, 2010

On March 8th we celebrate the International Women’s day, that is the perfect opportunity to visit Florence. Many events and parties will take place in Florence, as well as all around Italy. Don’t miss out on initiatives organized by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities, that on Saturday 6 March and Sunday 7 March…

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