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Tourists and locals experienced a treat this lunchtime as a team of modern-day ghostbusters tested Florence's iconic bridge in search of supernatural stirrings.
Two sightings of ghosts have been claimed on the Ponte Vecchio this August, hence why the National Ghost Uncover team chose to carry out their
Eating outdoors and for bargain prices. Sounds like a dream? In the summer months throughout Tuscany it's the norm! Hop into the car and out of the city with our top ten summer sagre.
1.Festa del Mugello, ObiHall, Lungarno Aldo Moro, Florence. Until August 10.
If those of
In 1513, Florentine humanist Niccolò Machiavelli, from his place of exile in Sant’Andrea in Percussina (near San Casciano), announced that he had penned a new treatise. He was talking about De Principatibus, which is now universally referred to as The Prince. Today, along with Carlo Collodi’
Dear readers and friends, As many of you may already know, I will be on maternity leave as of this issue. Unfortunately, my leave from The Florentine will not be temporary, as I will also be leaving Florence for Milan to be closer to my husband’s family (for many of the reasons mentioned in […]
Italian government has announced plans to hit unrepresented self-employed
professionals with another 2.2% increase on their already staggeringly high
national insurance contributions. If the proposal is passed next year, it will
effectively force many of these freelancers out of work. ACTA (Associazione
Consulenti Terziario Avanzato), an association