If you need a legal advice or consulting during your short or long term stay in Florence and in Italy you can contact the...
Inaugurated on the 29th March 2000, the Piaggio Museum occupies 3,000 sq. m. of what used to be the company toolshop in one of the oldest buildings in Pontedera. It is an example of the harmonious conversion of an industrial area for cultural purposes. The brainchild of Giovanni Alberto Agnelli, Piaggio's then young chairman, the Museum was designed by architect Andrea Bruno, with the aim of preserving the historic memory of the most important metal-mechanical company in the centre-south of Italy.
Often Italians are not regarded professional in the kitchen. The ability to open the refrigerator and “whip up” a good meal seems to belong to the reign of “pure improvisation”. My answer is: it depends on the result. If the “whipped up” meal is good and balanced this is more than random improvisation: it is deep knowledge of the ingredients, their behaviour in cooking and how they can be matched without destroying the pallet and the stomach.
A selection of pools in florence..
One of the best way to enjoy a wonderful sunny day in Florence is surely stroll the nice markets located all around the city: Sant'Ambrogio, San Lorenzo, Cascine, Fortezza da basso...
Evening concerts at the Santa Giuliana Arena: it is here that the most famous names appear, artists who require a larger, more spacious venue.
From an evening passeggiata to long Sunday dinners, Italians are known for savoring the small moments in life and millions of tourists come to Italy each year to experience the Italian lifestyle.Nearly every Italian has an opinion on the foreigners that swarm their country: they eat too early, they eat too much, they make too much noise, they look too obvious.But what happens when an Italian becomes a tourist?On a whim, I decided to join three Italian men and another American girl on a weekend trip to Ireland.Within minutes of booking our flights, my compatriot and I immediately scoured the internet for information on castles, pubs and daytrips and even emailed friends, who had previously stayed in Ireland, for advice.
For my first assignment as an intern, I was asked to take pictures around Florence of places and things which caught my interest and would appeal to people looking to travel here. My initial thought was to find the first restaurant my friend Bianca and I went to upon arriving in the city.
Located at the Ducati factory headquarters, the 1,000 sq/mt Ducati Museum highlights 50 years of racetrack heritage. The Ducati Museum opened on June 12, 1998, during the first annual WDW (World Ducati Week), and was officially inaugurated on October 16th later that year. The Museum has preserved over half a century of Ducati racing history and also the history of the company (before it produced motorcycles) founded by the Ducati brothers in 1926. From the popular post-World War II “Cucciolo” to the more recent breakthrough with the Desmosedici, the museum highlights 50 years of Ducati technological innovation, award-winning design and, above all, exceptional racetrack performance
From Florence your driver will bring you through the beautiful Tuscan countryside south of Siena for a splendid day of sightseeing and wine tasting. After passing Siena, you will continue through the “Crete Senesi” to the important wine town of Montalcino. The scenery is breathtaking here – cypress trees, fields and livestock, with the extraordinary combinations of green, grey and brown landscapes. The famous “Brunello wine is produced here using Sangiovese grapes. Every activity in this town revolves around wine production and rightly so.