Photo credit: Marco Badiani

Help #CrazyforPazzi and become part of the 720-year-long history of Santa Croce

From November 17 to December 19, 2014, Opera di Santa Croce will be running an international crowdfunding campaign to restore the loggia of the Pazzi Chapel. This is the first ever ... Continue Reading →

Summer in Sicily: Castellammare del Golfo

Sicily is one of the most incredible places in Europe to enjoy your summer. Here you find not only fantastic beaches with clear water but also a lot of historic places, art and culture. ... Continue Reading →

Martedì in Arte – Tonight many Italian museums are free

If you are in Italy today, here’s a great tip for you: from 7.00pm to 11.00pm some of the most important Italian museums are open and you don’t have to pay a ticket to visit ... Continue Reading →

10 Hotels in Rome

You are dreaming about your next trip to Italy and Rome is absolutely a place for a fantastic stay. The drama is that you are not sure where to stay, if only someone could give you ... Continue Reading →

Italy celebrates without Berlusconi

Now it’s official: Silvio Berlusconi is no longer Italy’s Prime Minister. Italians were really enthusiastic about the new era that is starting now, although no one knows ... Continue Reading →

Bike Tours in Florence: a great way to discover the city

I remember I was so excited when I bought my first bicycle in Florence that I simply told everyone about it! It was just amazing to ride the small and tidy streets of Florence, or ... Continue Reading →

Wine Town Florence is coming again!

Wine tasting in cloisters and spaces inside some of the most beautiful and historical Florentine buildings. A lot of music and theatrical events throughout Florence’s historical center ... Continue Reading →