This May edition is the 300th issue of The Florentine as we embrace the spring with all its events.
Language learning and promoting French culture are the mission at the French Institute in Florence
Nine charities receive financial assistance from the American International League of Florence.
Celebrate spring in Florence with a focus on mindfulness, neuroscience and how we present ourselves to others
This April issue shines a light on study abroad, opening with Marco Badiani’s cover photo, which captures the aloneness and togetherness.
The March issue of The Florentine concentrates on all things nature as well as spotlighting the inspiring women of Florence.
Coworking, schooling and fully furnished apartments welcome remote workers to Pistoia, Tuscany.
Our January issue looks at the year ahead and focuses on inspiring individuals to help you move to Florence.
Christmas markets, mulled wine and satirical exhibitions, such as Banksy, are plentiful this December in Florence.
The Essence of Florence gala evening continues to raise funds for The Florence Academy of Art.
President of FILE, Livia Sanminiatelli Branca, gives insight into the charity and fundraising event.
An Italian language school in Florence has been awarded as the best place to learn the language. Find out more.
The November issue of The Florentine leads with an exclusive art cover story as readers can visit Artemisia Gentileschi’s "Allegory of Inclination", which is undergoing restoration at Casa Buonarroti.
The October issue of The Florentine covers all the art news and a return to the river for tourism purposes.
Are you a team player with a love of Florence and the contemporary media scene? Join us at The Florentine.
Florence is mourning Queen Elizabeth II through the sense of community we are fortunate to have in the city.
September is always a busy month as temperatures finally start to dip and Florentines return home.
'In frigo veritas' teaches the trade of magnet making.
Summer in Florence is an intoxicating mix of sweat, fun and gelato as we spend nights on the riverbanks and sipping spritzes.
Nancy Bailey gives The Florentine an insight into the humanitarian response to refugees in Florence and wider Europe.
St. Mark’s English Church welcomes a new chaplain, music director and cultural events administrator in via Maggio.
The summer is well and truly here as life gets fuller with events and things to do in and around Florence
The 100 year old Odeon Cinema in Florence is set to become a multi-functional space by the end of the year.
Starting from Prato and then heading off around the world, Stracci is a documentary that addresses the fashion industry's environmental impact.