Mindy Burrows is a Bristol University student of French, Spanish and Italian from London, with a passion for pasta, animals and 1980s music. A Florence novice, she is interning at The Florentine and hopes to fine-tune her rusty Italian and learn to navigate the city's complex web of roads and piazzas, all while indulging her love of pasta. Follow her on Instagram @mindyburrows.
Le Cure is one of the lesser-known districts of Florence, likely to gain greater recognition after the renovation of its main piazza early next year. With a small-village vibe and virtually unknown status among most tourists, the neighbourhood has a real artistic spirit and social fabric of its own. These assets will be celebrated at […]
While the museums grouped under the Uffizi Galleries umbrella are renowned mostly for their Renaissance masterpieces, the temporary exhibitions they host are impressively varied in genres and eras. Here TF shares the full lineup of exhibitions planned for Florence’s Uffizi Galleries in 2018. The 18th century: a selection Curated by Alessandra Griffo Palazzo Pitti, […]