News from Florence, Italy, focusing on art and culture, Covid-19, food and wine, and more.
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.
Visit The British Institute of Florence, your new home from home.
The Global Art Teachers Exchange is set to take place at the International School of Florence in October.
Pleasure crafting along the 1,200-metre-long navigable stretch of the Arno between the San Niccolò and Santa Rosa weirs has become increasingly popular.
Advanced technologies for the study and conservation of cultural heritage homed in the Renaissance city.
Filming is underway for MasterChef Poland in piazza Santa Croce.
The tram system in Florence has a new website for information on existing and planned tramlines.
This summer has clearly demonstrated that the climate crisis has arrived in Florence and Tuscany.
The Meyer Health Campus aims to be much more than a learning center of a university hospital.
Are you a team player with a love of Florence and the contemporary media scene? Join us at The Florentine.
The Renaissance masterpiece and the adjoining rooms at the Accademia Gallery all boast state-of-the-art, energy-saving lighting systems.
Florence is mourning Queen Elizabeth II through the sense of community we are fortunate to have in the city.
Acclaimed artist and alumnus Michael Rosato has painted a mural on the premises of Florida State University’s Florence Program.
Visitors can navigate 38 spots within the maze to learn about measures to reduce global warming.
New Italian ethical footwear brand ADAR launched its debut vegan and sustainable sneaker on Kickstarter on July 5. Founded by Florence-based fashion designer Willy Anne Wijnja and Zurich-based entrepreneur Luca ...