Sunday, October 20, 2019
Ok. Enough about Florence, you’re here and now you bought your cheap wine, you ate all the good panini and you’ve been having a blast going left and right from piazza to piazza enjoying your...
So here it comes, a little selection of events that are happening in Rome in the next months, so you don't need to go nuts on all those Italian websites that promise an English version...
So, it’s finally hot outside and it’s finally time to get out of your rooms and walk around during the day without needing to wear 2000 layers of clothes that are gonna make any bar...
March 21st is officially the first day of spring in Florence Italy, and we're just as excited about it as you are about the things to do in Florence Italy in April and during the...
Florence is a big, wonderful place but how can you be certain you’re making the most of your time here? Have no fear – whether you are here on a short holiday or you’re in Florence for work or education, studentsVille is the place to get all your information!
The studentsVille team has selected the best events of Florence (and Tuscany). Live music, original sound movies, music and film festivals, exhibitions, football matches, opera concerts...we select and publish more than 500 events per year, so stay tuned on studentsville.it and you'll be always updated!
Our staff selects the best events of Florence (around 500 events per year) and publishes them in studentville.it/events_in_florence.html and in eventsinflorence.it (but you could maybe find these events in many B&B and Hotels of Florence that share our database!)
artisan fair dog
In the early 19th century we saw the rise of Fordism, assembly lines and generic mass production. At the time, this was indeed a feat of ingenuity and profound efficiency, however, perhaps what Henry Ford...
Taste Food Fair
Anyone who loves food and freebies should have been at the Pitti Taste fair in Florence, Italy this weekend. If you were not, then make sure you roll your fat a** down there next year....
Viareggio costumes
In late February/early March, extravagant paper mache floats cruise down the confetti-coated streets of Viareggio (Vee-ah-REJ-joh). For the past 141 years, this small beach town near Pisa has played host to one of Italy’s largest...