Sunday, October 20, 2019
Breakfast: Volume Piazza Santo Spirito, 5/red, 50125 Firenze; Tel: 055 238 1460I have a hunch that just walking into Volume makes you instantly cooler. The busy bar is filled with students, young people, regulars that have been...
Picture this: You’re in New York city at a famous Italian-American diner. The space is dimly lit with candles and there is a savory aroma in the air.
All of Florence is beautiful, with its vibrant culture filling the streets. This city oozes art, style, class and history waits round every corner. It's also a very individual and quirky place where people are encouraged to be themselves, and this shows in many of the shops and bars around the city. Here are my top ten hidden gems. Places that not everyone knows about, and the fact they feel secret makes them even more special.
So I've woken up in the beautiful city of Florence, a far cry from my home town of Birmingham (UK). I study journalism at university and was given the opportunity to come here on a work placement,...
My two weeks in Florence is nearly over and I didn’t think there would be anything left to enjoy; that was until I found myself at the Piazza della Repubblica!Piazza della Repubblica is a fantastic...
Remember I said in my article about dotFlorence.com and studentsVille.it that I was going to tell you more about my trip to the library? Well the wait is finally over!For the majority of my time...
Market in Florence, Italy
Living in Italy can often prove to be a strain on the purse strings for many students, and, as a result, it can seem difficult to keep up with the locals' infamous fashion sense. So...
The best places for an aperitif in Florence selected by the studentsVille team!
So you’re in Florence. A most beautiful city, full of art and history. Feeling homesick? - perhaps not, but whether you are or not you could still visit an unexpected hidden Teashop just outside the centre of Florence. Well, centre if you’re British or center if you’re American. But you know what I mean. It’s not a long walk, around 20 minutes from the centre. However, if your legs are not up to it then you can get to it by bus number 3, 6 or 20. The area is called San Salvi named after the church San Michele a San Salvi, which was built in the 11th century and is not far from the Campo di Marte Station. Back to the Tearoom then in Via Carlo Poma, 7/9r, Florence.