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Tourism
24/Nov/2017

Tuscany and Wine: An eternal love story

The love story of Tuscany people and wines is well-known. The Tuscan region is gifted with heavenly vineyards which produce some of the best wines in the world.

Be it the Brunello or the Chianti, wines that you will taste in this part of Italy is unlike anything you have tasted before. The fine aroma and smooth texture of the wine will provide your taste buds with all new sensations. Some of these wines have been manufactured from the ancient times and they still stand atop others as the ambassadors of Tuscan wine to the world.

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Tourism
17/Nov/2017

Street Art in Florence: An Unusual Tour

If you think that Florence is all about Renaissance art and medieval history then you are wrong. Street art in Florence is the latest trend and it is rapidly taking over the city.  For centuries people across the globe have gathered in the Tuscan capital to admire the beauty of the Renaissance art and the monuments that have stand tall against the wrath of time. But the Florentine art has not become a relic of the past. It is still flourishing. Artists with new ideas are creating masterpieces but not in a claustrophobic environment rather they are painting the streets; decorating the city walls with exceptional and providing chance to the people across the world to witness the glory of Florentine art.

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Moving in Florence and bus services
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Tourism
10/Nov/2017

Moving in Florence: All Info on buses

Florence is a city of many wonders and if you are planning on visiting the city, then you must know few simple things about it. Using the public transport is the best way to get around the city. The city buses that are run by Linea and ATAF are quite comfortable and cheap when it comes to touring the city. You can easily buy the tickets from authorised sellers as well as the ATAF booths near the SMN station.

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03/Nov/2017

Florence outdoor markets

Florence is full of surprises! With a myriad of historical monuments, popular sights and a long list of things to do, people often forget the little yet important things that Florence offers its visitors. The city is not just about the historical monuments and places; it has something exciting waiting for people to explore at every corner.

Being the birthplace of Renaissance and the heart of the medieval era, the treasures and trinkets that can be found in the vintage outdoor markets of Florence are truly priceless.

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Tourism
25/Oct/2017

Experience the best of Florence in just three days

Florence has so much to see that it is nearly impossible to visit all the places in 72 hours. But if that is the only time you have, then do not worry, because Florence still has a lot to offer and you can be assured that you will have an incredible 72 hours, where you will only be seeing new and fascinating things.

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Tourism
11/Oct/2017

The best foods in Florence: What and where to eat

Italians know how to treat their guests well. So, what is the secret? Well, by serving ranges of exquisite Italian cuisine. From the lip-smacking taste of the nibbles to the unforgettable wines, Italy is a heaven for every food lover.

You might be waiting for a long food trail in Italy. And is there any better place to start your culinary journey than Florence? Perhaps not!

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Leggenda del porcellino
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Tourism
18/Sep/2017

The legend of porcellino

Florence, the city of tranquility has many treasures hidden amongst its midst. One such treasure is nestled in the very heart of the historic centre in the renowned Mercato Nuovo Florentine market, the Porcellino.

The latter has piqued the attention and curiosity of millions of people all over the world who have travelled miles upon miles to check out the bronze fountain for themselves.

 

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04/Sep/2017

10 reasons to visit Tuscany In winter

Grab the moment to discover am amazing landscape sure to become a memorable pie of your life.

Love to tour in winter? There is no better ‘winter’ destination than Tuscany to explore an unforgettable landscape you will never forget. Of course, it’s chilling, and can give you goose bumps, but not as icy-cold as other European cities. Unlike other tourist destinations in winter, all you can experience in Tuscany is various kinds of hues, fewer people, and amazingly unforgettable signature places that will never fail to leave you baffled.

The best way to discover the city is by renting a car and getting strayed in the narrow streets of the city. Well, if you get wet in rainfall. You don’t have to worry about it. You can take help of thermal baths placed randomly in different spots for people in the heart of city. Or you can stop by any winery to taste your favorite red wine, prosciutto and oils, and drive to the coast to feel the roaring sea, as if it has been calling you since your existence.

Is there any better time and place to treat your taste buds with red wine than when it is chilling, and you are indoors seated warm doing nothing?…Tuscany is simply one of the most beautiful ‘winter’ destinations to visit during winter. (more…)

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