Uffizi Gallery introduces one of the most important exhibitions dedicated to the International Gothic: until 4th November 2012 it will host “Golden Glares”, an amazing exhibit that offers an overview of Florentine Art during the crucial period from 1375 to 1440.
Florence is ready to celebrate Marilyn Monroe, icon of ethereal beauty and diva par excellance: until 28th January 2013, Salvatore Ferragamo Museum will honor to the actress, with a great exhibition 50 years after her death.
Discover Tuscany riding a horse means live a dream in which the vacation turns into a unique experience. Best Western Hotel Rivoli Florence provides to its guests the exclusive offer “Horses & Vineyards”, to explore the beautiful Tuscan country in a new and enjoyable way.
A great opportunity to visit one of the most important Florentine museum, known as the “home” of David by Michelangelo: Accademia Gallery of Florence will be open until 22 PM, on Tuesday and Thursday (for free), until 30th September 2012.
Best Western Hotel Rivoli makes your vacation in Florence unforgettable once again: with the offer “Wanna be Italiano”, until 31th December 2012 you’ll be able to take part to an exclusive cooking class under the guidance of a great chef, and learn all the secrets of Italian cooking!
This summer discover the romantic side of the Tuscan capital with “Florence Boat Tour”, a special offer by Best Western Hotel Rivoli dedicated to you and to your loved one: until 30th September 2012 Hotel Rivoli’s guests will be able to take part to a unique tour by boat which shows the city from a new and unusual point of view.
This summer Hotel Best Western Rivoli Florence has devised a special offer, which lets you discover Tuscany in a new way: until 30th September 2012 Hotel Rivoli’s guests will be able to take part to “Toscana in vespa” journeys, to visit the beautiful Tuscan country in freedom, with this funny means of transportation.
The project “Wine & Opera” puts La Traviata and Rigoletto on stage in Florence, with an imaginative interpretation, on 8th and 29th September 2012, in the marvelous background of Auditorium al Duomo Theatre.
The Ponte Vecchio, icon of Florence, hides lots of secrets about this city. It was commissioned to architect Giorgio Vasari by Cosimo I de’ Medici and it was used as a secret passage by Great Duke of Tuscany’s family. Between ancient houses and churches it’s hidden the Vasari Corridor, considered one of the masterpiece of Renaissance architecture.
Cinema doesn’t stop, neither in the warmest months. In Florence this year there will be many open areas dedicated to great Italian and international movies. Here you can find all the dates.