Author: Vincenzo D'Angelo

Vincenzo D'Angelo graduated in English and Spanish Language and Literature at UniFi and works as social media manager at The Florentine's sister company flod. When he's not writing or posting online, he's binge-watching yet another TV series, listening to music and finding new spots in town for an "aperitivo" or a "cenetta tranquilla" which are also his favourite sports. LGBTQIA+ advocate, his goal is to raise and spread awareness of LGBTQIA+ rights.
November 20, 2018

What if Flush the cocker spaniel were a millennial?

Flush @flushthedog Just sniffing around #Florence with my human @ElizabethBB who calls me her “Pretty Sportive Friend”. OUT NOW: @VirginiaWoolfReal’s “Flush” (yup, it’s me!) Fetch your copy >     Flush the English cocker spaniel Flush was a cocker spaniel who the beloved English poet and Florence resident Elizabeth Barrett Browning kept as a […]
July 3, 2018

Summer survival in Florence

If I were to describe summer in Florence with a Hollywood metaphor, it would be along the lines of “It’s like The Hunger Games. Everyone fights for a spot in the shade and some food, but no one dies.” Ok, this might be overkill, but the hot season here can prove challenging. Here are a […]
April 14, 2018

For wine-nnials

Wine is not just white or red, the varieties are various and each has its own weird and wonderful personality traits. Here’s my super-pop method to remember everything: thumbs up to those who understand all the references; wine purists, forgive me.   SUPERTUSCAN The Whitney Houston of the wine world, can’t help but love it. […]
March 12, 2018

Losing weight in Florence

Our bodies need energy to keep us alive and our organs functioning normally. When we eat lunch, drink water or just have a small bite, we put energy into our bodies. An average man needs approximately 2,500 kcal per day to maintain a healthy body weight, while an average woman needs 2,000 kcal or so. […]
February 5, 2018

Quick tips to survive Valentine’s Day in Florence

Love is beautiful, but sometimes it ends up not happening. Luckily, there are a lot of things to do in Florence to heal yourself and survive the worst day of the year for every broken heart.         1. If you find yourself at a table for two, eat for two. Nobody will […]
January 11, 2018

How to talk like a Generation Z Italian

“Who are the Millennials?” This is the question that scores of scholars and experts are striving to answer in this digital era where everyday life seems to be the prequel of Black Mirror. But there’s a new generation of kids making its way to the mainstream attention, like Taylor Swift and the pop charts: Generation […]
December 8, 2017

Find a book for Christmas in Florence

The countdown is on! It’s time to check gifts off the list and start wrapping things up. Whether you’re looking for the latest high-tech devices for your relatives or toys for the little ones, a book is the perfect gift idea (plus it’s budget friendly). Libraries and bookshops are keeping up with the times with […]
October 3, 2017

(Florentine) museums for millennials

Millennials are not coming. Millennials are here. Marketing teams at museums around the world are facing a major problem: how to drive the Generation Y (and Z!) through their doors. When you think about Florence you think about art. Surprisingly there are a lot of places in town that are working hard to get lit—so […]
September 6, 2017

Where to do apericena in San Niccolò

Tuscan dishes ribollita, panzanella and bistecca alla Fiorentina might be global food stars, but when you are a broke student and fancy restaurants are simply not an option, apericena poses as the perfect solution. Kicking off around 7pm in selected bars where snacks are served buffet style and are included in the price of your […]
July 11, 2017

Cool for the summer

Summer is in full swing in Florence. The old centre is alive with an atmosphere like no other: yes, strolling around Renaissance buildings and monuments under the Tuscan sun is definitely an once-in-a-lifetime experience. But if you have been living in town for a while, you will know that it can get all too crowded. […]