With an extension of seven hectares, Giardino Torrigiani is the largest private garden in Europe built inside the walls of a city. It seems odd that a botanical complex so wide, protected by Unesco, might be able to maintain its exclusive character. Yet Giardino Torrigiani, located at the southern end of the Santo Spirito district in Oltrarno – between Porta Romana, Piazza Tasso and the Boboli Gardens – remains today the hidden gem of Florence. […]
Let me please introduce myself. You can simply call me Philippe, even though at exhibitions and conferences everybody knows me as Professor Braverio. I am a critic, a journalist, a university professor. I primarily write about art, museums and culture, but – if I may say so myself – I am also very well prepared about cinema, theater, music and every other artistic expression. In fact, I have a degree in each and […]
As we previously said, Antiche Dimore Florentine’s new blog is meant to offer useful suggestions for our guests, so that they can live from the inside the city that we love and know, more than any other: Florence.
Since we only want the best for you, our posts will be based on firsthand experience, but also supervised by real experts in the filed. Who are we talking about? Our VIP guests, […]
A new website, a new life
So it’s official: today we are starting our blog, a space dedicated to our guests, to those who choose to stay in one of the residences belonging to Antiche Dimore Fiorentine, or to those who will in the future.
This blog is meant to be a useful space, a chance to suggest what to see and what to do in Florence, and how to best […]