Useful resources about life in Florence, Italy, focusing on the international community.
For writers and poets, finding a place to work in Florence can be harder than you would expect.
Sport, whether in teams or individual, has been a fundamental part of life at the International School of Florence since the school began in the 1950s. Today, after some challenging ...
The March issue of The Florentine concentrates on all things nature as well as spotlighting the inspiring women of Florence.
Co-chair at the Children's Lending Library Valerie Perkins shares her experience.
Danielle Leite, founder of relocation service Move to Florence, talks about her own move to the Renaissance city and more.
Exploring the best of both worlds with Valentina Castellani-Quinn as she takes us through her life between the US and Florence.
Maria Chiara Pozzana explains the Firenze Greenway association's aims to improve the city's relationship with nature.
"Florence is like a ballet. There's chaos, but it's beautiful; it's controlled." Content creator and international jet-setter Samone Rich tells all about her content, her life, and how Florence has become a home.
An unexpected move to the Tuscan countryside finds a plethora of treasures inside a rundown-turned-beautiful Poppiano apartment.
February means Black History Month. The BHMF cultural association explains the events organized to celebrate Black culture.
What is the flat tax for income from abroad? Individuals who transfer their residency to Italy can benefit from a substitute tax on income produced abroad, by paying a fixed ...
Learn about Florence's increasing population of digital nomads and the range of co-working spaces on offer across the city.
ISF has appointed a new College Counselor, Rhonda Carr, to guide students through the difficult process of applying to international universities.
The annual Festival of Song by the International School of Florence brings impressive musical talent and holiday cheer.
This article will provide you with an overview of the requirements you must meet in order to qualify for Italian citizenship by descent.
Entrepreneur Sunday Riley discusses skincare, Florence and the power of intuition.
Coworking, schooling and fully furnished apartments welcome remote workers to Pistoia, Tuscany.
Florence through the eyes of a magazine intern and how the experience impacted her time in the city.
What is love? Here are three accounts of dating from a foreigner’s perspective in Florence.
Our January issue looks at the year ahead and focuses on inspiring individuals to help you move to Florence.
International mums can now co-work while making sure their children are kept safe and entertained.
The Florence Book Club promises good reads, interesting conversation and new friendships.