I was their first visitor on a Sunday morning . This beautiful tranquil atmospheric house on the banks of the Arno , is I think , my favourite museum in Firenze .
The history of Rodolpho Siviero is extremely interesting , he saved and recovered...更多
This museum is an honor to visit. Rodolfo Siviero retrieved many items that had been stolen during WWII. The video was in Italian and not loud enough to hear. It was an interview and I suspect very interesting.....hope the sound will be fixed soon. Other...更多
I found this listed as an option with the Firenze pass and it's a delightful little stop. Free entry, opening hours listed on the website as Saturday, 10.00 am - 6.00 pm (from September to June); 10.00 am-2.00 pm and 3.00 pm-7.00 pm (July-August);
Ci sono personaggi nella storia d’Italia che meriterebbero ben altra attenzione rispetto a quella che hanno: uno di questi è...更多
5 感谢 MarcoPD55
Just outside the ancient walls of Florence, Viale Michelangiolo starts. It is a winding road rimmed by wonderful poplars and holm oaks. The long ascent opens up to the most beautiful and famous panoramic viewpoint of Florence: Piazzale Michelangelo, where an elevated terrace offers visitors an incomparable and breathtaking view of the entire city from above. During good weather, Piazzale Michelangelo provides
visitors with a serene space surrounded by the amazing landscape, better if accompanied by a fresh gelato from a local kiosk. During night, visitors will be dazzled by the warm lights of the capital of the Renaissance. Spend a second with the silent Romanesque beauty of the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte: the one that wishes good morning and good night to Florence!