News from Florence, Italy, focusing on art and culture, Covid-19, food and wine, and more.
The Anarchive project will provide digital access to electronic resources about fashion.
Three experts provide their perspectives on the increasing wolf population in Tuscany.
For the first time, the public will be able to see the mosaics up close, which provided inspiration for Dante's Divine Comedy.
The exhibition marks the first time that a piece of contemporary art has been displayed in the piazza.
Florence city council set out plans to combat "touristification".
A day ticket or an annual pass will be required to access the restaurant when it opens.
The city council states "maximum willingness to keep the historic flower market alive”.
The most talented student will also have the chance of an internship on Broadway with Lorin Latarro.
A mural by Lorenzo Tonda and Federico Niccolai addresses the issue of community integration.
In March, the design school will extend to the space where Emilio Pucci first opened his workshops and tailoring shop.
The bi-annual fashion spectacle has arrived in Florence for another edition of the stylish trade show.
Ticket prices are set to rise at the Uffizi during high season this year, aimed at international visitors.
CEO of Pitti Immagine, Raffaello Napoleone, tells us what to watch out for during this edition of the trailblazing trade fair.
Additions have been made to The Gallery-Florence Underground shopping center.
The space returns to Florence's cultural scene after nine years of closure.
Locks of hair that have been collected at the Museo Novecento in solidarity with Iranian women will be sent to the Iranian Embassy in Rome.
A rugby fan reels from the experience of watching Italy beat Australia for the first time in history.
An Italian language school in Florence has been awarded as the best place to learn the language. Find out more.
Initial samples are being taken for the campaign costing two million euro.
Americans Laura Shadden and Allyson Volpe are on a mission to expand Florence's bee population.
Expect iconic sustainable designs from Kartell and Philippe Starck's Smart Wood Collection.
The Baptistery will be closed until December for restoration works.
Industry sees boost with striking summer increase.
The Renaissance city has been awarded prestigious conventions.