News from Florence, Italy, focusing on art and culture, Covid-19, food and wine, and more.
This year, the holiday commemorating the 60th Anniversary of Italian Liberation Day falls on a Monday, and many people are planning to use the long weekend to get away. But, if one does remain in Florence for the holiday there are actually a wide array of events that have been
The restrictions on private vehicle circulation that have been in effect since the beginning of 2005 are set to end this month even though air pollution levels still far exceed the limits set by the European Union. Regulations allow European cities to exceed pollution level maximums only thirty-five days
It has been a long and bumpy road for Architect Arata Isozaki since he won the International competition to redesign the Uffizi Gallery in 1998, but it seems there may be a happy ending in sight after his most recent visit to Florence. His plans, which had been blocked by
The Italian Cultural Institute and the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC, in collaboration with AACUPI, has presented the Back from Italy exhibition, featuring a selection of designs and projects by architecture students who spent the past semester studying abroad.
Since inaugurating the expansion of Line 1 on July 16, 2018, the City of Florence has been on path towards the total modernization of its tram network, opening Line 2 ...