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Happy Hour Bars

Happy Hour Bars January 23, 2012 | Food, What's New | Read More
Happy Hour pubs are prevalent throughout Florence. They offer a very laid back atmosphere and with more that just chips and salsa. Florence has many pubs and bars that serve a happy hour with drinks and some that serve also food. Some happy hours have different cuisines they serve on any given night....

Top 5 Romantic Hotels

Top 5 Romantic Hotels December 19, 2011 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Florence encompasses so much beauty and charm that when it comes to finding a romantic hotel, it is quite easy. Hotel Regency facade Hotel Regency is a hotel set in an area without many tourists in Piazza D’Azeglio. This hotel boasts on catering to their couples making it the most romantic stay in...

Best Wine Bars

Best Wine Bars December 12, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
Wine flows all through this city. As it should so close to Chianti, Montalcino and the hills of Tuscany that produce such delicious wine. In Florence there are many relaxing wine bars to frequent and spend your evening sipping great wine and eating great food. Enoteca Coquinarius Enoteca Coquinarius...

Girls’ Night Out: Minglin’ with Italians

Girls’ Night Out: Minglin’ with Italians November 16, 2011 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
When celebrated just being fabulous in Florence there are certain places you should frequent to feel like a woman. An elegant yet exciting night really pumps any gal pal up to take on the city of Florence. Let’s paint the town red, green and white as you stroll to the locales that really scream ladies...

Delicious Panini made by Florentines

Delicious Panini made by Florentines October 2, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Sandwich in Italian is “panino”. When in Florence you must experience the panini that can be found in many cafes and bars. But the ones that are delectable and scrumptious are hard to come by. As they are full of fresh prosciutto, pecorino, mozzarella…ok my mouth is watering. These places are...

Montefioralle: A Day Trip in Autumn

Montefioralle: A Day Trip in Autumn August 28, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
As autumn draws near, the place you should see the leaves start to change is up in the hills of Chianti. You will need a car to get to one of the most ancient little towns in Chianti. The village of Montefioralle hasn’t changed at all since its bustling days. It is still surrounded by its original...

Rooftop Bars and Terraces of Florence

Rooftop Bars and Terraces of Florence August 25, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
As much as there are plenty of places to eat and drink in Florence, the most common question I get is what places have the best views of this enchanting city. These rooftop bars have views that you can see all four sides of Florence. Eating with the birds, well not really. La Rinascente department...

Outdoor (Al Fresco) Dining in Florence

Outdoor (Al Fresco) Dining in Florence August 23, 2011 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
One thing that Florence and Italy has, is the fabulous outdoor dining. With the views of a time you are able to relive over and over again. Experiencing the authentic food that is Tuscan and chatting with fabulous waiters, you learn to appreciate the art of eating out in Italy. Adoring the tastes, sounds...

Romantic Things to Do in Florence

Romantic Things to Do in Florence July 14, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Ahhhhh. These days it feels like not only heat is in the air but also love. There are lovebirds fluttering all over this city, and summer definitely brings summer loving. Florence is jam-packed with romantic venues to take your special someone. From a slow walk along the Arno River to a secluded spot...

Free Things to Do in Florence

Free Things to Do in Florence July 8, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Florence can be expensive when you are heading to every museum and decorated church in the city. But there are many things to do that won’t cost you a euro to see, and finding them is easy once you know where to look. Piazzale Michelangelo, for example, offers a panoramic viewpoint of the city. There...
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