The timeless quality of Florence makes it one of the most iconic art cities in the world. Between the 14th and 16th centuries, it took the world by storm and became, after Ancient Greece, the most astounding breeding ground of intelligence, giving birth to a new culture.
The legacies of Dante, Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo, Brunelleschi, Donatello, and the ‘divine’ Michelangelo, to name a few, are visible in the streets, monuments, and extraordinary palazzos and museums of the city. Florence’s historical center is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Florence Cathedral

City of Florence

Time passes, yet Florence remains one of the most iconic art cities in the world. Between the 14th and 16th centuries, it took the...

Florence Santa Maria Novella Church

Churches and Museums of Florence

It is possible to change or add to the  “FLORENCE ITINERARY” tour by visiting some of the most prestigious museums and churches of the city...

Florence Landscape


Cross the Arno River to the other side of Florence and visit the neighborhood of Oltrarno, which literally means ‘beyond the Arno’. It is...

Florence in the distance from Fiesole


Located on a hill overlooking Florence, Fiesole offers the most spectacular panorama of the Renaissance city. Of Etruscan origins, in Roman times, it was...



The town developed around the hilltop castle of the Counts Guidi among the green olive trees and vineyards of Monte Albano. Vinci owes its...


Florence Nature and Wildlife Tours

Come and enjoy nature and wildlife tours in the green hills of the Chianti area or just a stone’s throw from Florence; around Piazzale...


The Gourmet Tour — Traditional Florentine Delights

As we walk through the city center, we will make gourmet stops in typical Florentine cafes, shops, and other eateries. We will taste wine...

Santa Croce church

Florence and its Ancient Arts and Crafts

Florence has been home to guilds and workshops since the Middle Ages and still today, visitors can discover the work of artisans and craftsmen...


Jewish History in Florence

The Jewish community of Florence is first mentioned as being situated near Ponte Vecchio in the 14th century. Back then, Florence had its own...