Culture / Drinking Activity
Party Earth Review The Chianti region, located about twenty miles south of Florence, is a beautiful area famous for its red wines and picturesque panoramas and makes for a wonderful day trip away from the city. The region contains numerous vineyards, both world-renowned and underground, where visitors can take tours and sample different wines ... more
South of Florence
Info Once a 13th century palace that housed the city’s Chief Magistrate, the Bargello National Museum is one of the oldest public buildings in Florence. The palace, which also goes by the name of Palazzo del Popolo, was converted into a police headquarters and prison in the 18th century before becoming a museum ... more
Via del Proconsolo 4
Reviewed by Danny d.
"If you love art history, you surely have heard of The Uffizi Gallery. Probably one of the most well-known collections of art in the world, the Uffizi ..." more
Piazzale degli Uffizi
Reviewed by Kendyll B.
"My Take: The Museo dell’Opera del Duomo (or the Duomo museum) is home to a number of works which, once, used to reside in the city’s main cathedral ..." more
Piazza del Duomo 9
Culture / Landmark
Party Earth Review Overlooking the skyline of Florence is Fiesole, a small hill town that offers some of the most breathtaking views of the city at sunset. A quick bus trip lets passengers out at Piazza Garibaldi, from where they need only follow the signs up Via San Francesco. Although the ten-minute walk is a bit steep, trekkers are rewarded ... more
Info The Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, created in 1995, is situated on Via dei Tornabuoni, the Rodeo Drive of Florence. The museum lies adjacent to the Ferragamo retail store. Dedicated to the craft of the talented shoemaker and founder of the luxury brand, the museum features over 10,000 models of shoes dating from the beginning ... more
Via Tornabuoni, 2