Isabella Paduano is a student interning for The Florentine as part of her year abroad. Having recently moved to Florence, she generally spends her time learning about the past, indulging her interests in literature, film and languages, and going on adventures to new places.
Danielle Leite, founder of relocation service Move to Florence, talks about her own move to the Renaissance city and more.
Florence through the eyes of a magazine intern and how the experience impacted her time in the city.
Festive Florence is a dream come true, a city of bright and joyful beauty.
A rugby fan reels from the experience of watching Italy beat Australia for the first time in history.
During the Renaissance, the city was known for having a widespread culture of homosexuality.
It is the first Italian exhibition dedicated to British designers Ossie Clark and Celia Birtwell.
Work on the Gipsoteca is finally complete, marking the end of a museum-wide project of modernization.
A conversation with artist Nafisa about her new book and her love of Florence.
The Palazzo Davanzati Museum has reopened after being completely rearranged and renovated during six months of intense work.
Explore the creative process of the artist Tony Cragg at an exhibition opening at the Museo Novecento.
50 years after the memorable exhibition at Forte Belvedere, Florence once again displays sculptures by the British artist.
Cosimo I is dismounted from his horse in piazza Signoria for the first time since the Second World War.
Having completed restoration, the Salviati Chapel is being opened to the public for the first time in decades.