Everyone will tell you that Christmas in Italy is a magical time, and I would not hesitate to agree. Yuletide visitors get to enjoy the twinkling lights and tasteful city decorations that enhance the already charming historic centers. Italians extend their celebrations through the Feast of Epiphany (also known as
How can you get the same unique travel experience that takes you away from the crowds and off-the-beaten-track, but still visits the must-see sites and places in Florence and around Tuscany? We all want to discover the best-kept secrets, but tourist attractions are usually things you can’t miss for a
Florence, the birthplace of Renaissance art and architecture, is known by many to be among the world’s most beautiful destinations. If you’ve soaked in the fashion, fine dining, and ambiance of the city and discovered its ins and outs, you’re ready to branch out and explore the surrounding areas. From
Andrea del Sarto “The faultless painter” One of Florence’s greatest Renaissance artists, Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530) is known as ‘the faultless painter’ for his technical abilities and near-perfect renderings. Del Sarto’s wife, Lucrezia del Fede, has become famous not just for being his muse, but for being a nagging and