If you’ve already had the chance to visit Florence before, you will have realized that you are in a city that never ceases to surprise you and that a life is not enough to know everything about its history, art and culture. Following routes go into some of the most popular themes but do it from a different point of view: subject is a historical character or a political or religious building, and we’ll discover details and curiosities relevant to its historical moment. A different approach that differs from the classic walk or visit a museum, definitely an unusual tour!
Michelangelo in Florence. Imagine walking on the same streets and alleys that Michelangelo walked more than five hundred years ago, seeing the same buildings, churches and squares. Do you know where his career started? Where did you work? Who discovered and made him famous?
Historical itinerary. In contemporary Florence there are numerous monuments and historic buildings that are a legacy of the ancient era of the Arts. Two Governments of the Arts have contributed incisively to the formation of the economic fabric still present in the various workshops and craft workshops, in the dishes and in the culture of the Florentines.
Outdoor itinerary. This itinerary will lead us to discover the places that for art, history and legends lead us back to the character of Cosimo I ° who from 1537 to 1574 was the guide of Florence and the first Grand Duke of Tuscany.
Outdoor itinerary. A historical walk that develops along a city path that covers the places, palaces, symbols, monuments and churches closely related to the figure of Dante Alighieri and the characters attributable to him.