Florence Christmas: how to experience the best of Florence while…

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Florence Christmas: how to experience the best of Florence while Santa is at work…

Add that special feeling to the cradle of Renaissance. The output? Pure magic!

Florence Christmas for kids

Dreoni is an amazing toy shop. Open since 1923 is a must see for adults as well, as the quality of niche products, of wooden toys, toy soldiers, railway modeling stuff is amazing, and wisely blended with the most popular toys and games.

The Firenze Winter Park  will give your kids the opportunity to enjoy snow-tubing and ice-skating a stone’s throw from the Arno’s banks. The Museo di Storia Naturale – Museum of Natural History – will host a series of special events and exhibitions on very christmassy topics, such as reindeer, the Christmas tree, the experience of polar cold and the concept of travel.

Unmissable for the little ones, the carousels: you can usually find them in Piazza della Repubblica.

Florence Christmas: shopping

La Rinascente is a high-end store in Florence city centre. Italian and international brands for fashion, accessories, beauty, homeware, design and food. But there is something more: the view.

The view from the terrace cafeteria of La Rinascente is beautiful, stretching from Palazzo Vecchio to the Campanile di Giotto and the Cathedral’s dome.

Shopping: for her…

If you are into fashion jewelry, give Loro Fuggìa a try. Their creations have a unique design and they merge Italian creativity and an out – of – the – box approach to jewels.

Shopping: for him…

If you are into cigars and tobacco, the Tabaccheria Castellana and its old fashion atmosphere is your place.

Soul food

Florence has some amazing antique bookshops: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini, Libreria Antiquaria Gonnelli,Paolo Sacchi Libreria Antiquaria.

… And Body food too

Florence is the epitome of the legendary food and wine heritage of Tuscany. To enjoy it, don’t miss the already mentioned Enoteca Alessi (it is a wine shop too, so you can bring back home wine, spirits and delicatessen) and (you have to book hugely in advance!!!) Enoteca Pinchiorri.

By |2017-12-21T14:18:03+00:00December 6th, 2017|Florence events|0 Comments

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My passion for languages and travels led me to study languages, particularly English and German, first at the Language High School and the at the Translator and Interpreter School in Florence. I then graduated at the University of Pisa in Languages, with a specialization in History of Art. I have been active in the tourist sector for almost 20 years and since 1997 I have been working as a licensed tourist guide in Florence. I have lots of interests like, for example, travels, wines … and more…

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