VIAREGGIO – A QUICK TRIP TO THE SEA
More less from the middle of May it starts to be very hot in Florence. The best solution then is to organise one-day stay by the sea. Fortunately we are only one hour and half away from the blissful relaxation on one of the Tuscan beaches – in Viareggio. Continue Reading
FIESOLE – AN OASIS OF CALM AND PICTURESQUE LANDSCAPES
If you spend more than 4 days in Florence, I am sure you will feel a bit tired of this city, even though there are so many breathtaking views and lovely places. Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, therefore people come from all over the world to walk the same streets as Leonardo da Vinci or Dante a long time ago.
However, the centre of Florence is small and concentrated, so it’s much more easy to feel this big amount of tourists. It’s a bit tiring and the city sometimes loses its charm because of that.
One of the most beautiful views of Florence spread from Piazzale Michelangelo. Unfortunately watching the sunset there in a cosy atmosphere is not possible. And this is a good reason to visit a small, picturesque city, situated 8 km from Florence.. it means FIESOLE. Continue Reading
MUSEUMS IN FLORENCE = UFFIZI GALLERY
Exploring Florence is composed of some characteristic points – one of them is right Uffizi Gallery. I am sure that everyone who plans the trip to the legendary Renaissance City, has a plan to take in at least one museum of many offered by Florence. I think that it’s necessary (even if someone is not a keen on art) in order to meet the spirit of the town – provided that you stay in Florence more than 1 day (otherwise it doesn’t make sense to go there in rush). Continue Reading
WHERE TO EAT TASTY IN FLORENCE?!
Okay.. so you know already, that I feed myself mainly with pizza?! It’s not an advertising gimmick. It’s a fact (if you follow me on my Instagram, you know it). So it’s easy to guess, that my primary meal was right her. Many times it happens that I go to restaurant and I dream of ordering something different, like pasta or another tasty dish. However, when pizza is listed in menu, it’s obvious what it wins in the end.. So I have to confess – it was my the most often meal (I described best pizzas in Florence here). Therefore, it’s difficult for me to point out other delicious restaurants, which Florence offers. Anyway, there are a few places that I would like to recommend to you and I swear it’s worth going there. Continue Reading
FLORENCE – ART, MEDICI AND ONCE AGAIN ART
Florence is, without question, one of the most magic cities in the world. History, art, architecture – if someone is keen on one of these fields at least , he will find thousands reasons to be delighted. This is why hordes of people from all over the world come to spend at least one day in Florence Continue Reading
I’ve already described where to grab some tasty pizza here and where to find the most delicious ice-creams here. From the beginning I’ve known that next to the two very important articles, I will need to create third one dedicated to.. Italian breakfast! Continue Reading
BEST GELATO IN FLORENCE
This year spring in Florence was warming up very slowly.. March, April – it was raining a lot and it wasn’t too hot. However, from the beginning of May, the weather changed almost overnight – the temperature rose till 30 degrees or more during the day and it started to be everyday routine. The question is how to manage to live in this heat?! Easy, you just have to find the best gelato in Florence! Continue Reading
BEST PIZZA IN FLORENCE
During my four months’ stay in Italy I wanted to find the best pizza in Florence! I’ve talked a lot to locals, I’ve tasted, tried, asked every new person from Florence about their favourite pizza in the city and by trial and error I found the best Florence restaurants serving pizza that are worth recommending! Continue Reading
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Pizza talks / OPEN YOUR MIND – series of conversations with inspiring people. I admire people and their diversity. I love talking with them, opening and broadening my mind for things that I haven’t known before. This is how my idea was born – to make interviews with young people living temporary in Florence. Thanks to the programme “Erasmus” and studying abroad I had an opportunity to meet people from all over the world – I had a chance to learn more about their culture, country and why they decided to go abroad. Of course pizza is our company in these special moments.
Many times while living in Florence, I’ve faced the opinion that Pisa is only associated with The Leaning Tower and nothing else. I’ve never been there before, so it wasn’t too hard to believe it and as a result, I tried to postpone my trip as much as I could. Then came this moment.. Continue Reading