What’s on and events in Florence, Italy, including exhibitions, movies, music, travel and more.
The American (Irish by adoption) multi-instrumentalist and neo-folk singer plays as part of Secret Florence, organized by Musicus Concentus.
The recently launched museum orients around its giant centerpiece, a 280-square metre-railway model that’s one of the largest in Europe.
This June, we’re joining forces with Ruffino Wines for four stellar conversations every Wednesday at 7pm on the Poggio Casciano wine estate.
The Suffolk-born jazz performer has been touring with his new trio, with their final show taking place at The British Institute at 7.30pm on Thursday May 26.
Bi-curious, bisexual and heteroflexible women have a new home in Florence as the international Skirt Club comes to the city.
Palazzo Strozzi's Let’s Get Digital! exhibition is one of the first and most significant shows in Italy to focus on digital art.
The work will be on show in Palazzo Vecchio's Sala Leone X from May 11 to September 18.
To mark 140 years of David's presence in the hallowed halls of the Accademia Gallery, Director Cecilie Hollberg has put in action a fascinating programme.
From the Heart to the Hills trek celebrates early 20th-century literature and modern-day book art from a female perspective on May 8.
On May 14, a fundraising dinner will be held at the International School of Italian Cuisine in Lucca to support Ukrainian refugees.
Garden with a View, off viale Michelangiolo, is an art park that's the life’s work of Alice Esclapon de Villeneuve.
The newly reopened Gallery Hotel Art hosts photographer Alan Gelati’s My Lights & Shadows collection, which is being presented for the first time in Italy.