Set in a converted barn. This restaurant has creative food and a well stocked local wine list. Especially good is their Tuscan bean soup and the pork with Gorgonzola cheese sauce.
Piazza del Carmine 19/20
Located in the heart of Florence, the Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art. The most famous work exhibited is the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo.from 24,11 US Dollar
Swap Livorno’s cruise port for the sights of Pisa and Florence on this full-day shore excursion. Take in the quintessential Tuscan countryside as you travel to these two must-sees cities in the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle. With an expert guide, see Pisa and get close to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the other A-list landmarks at the Field of Dreams. Then make for Florence’s showstopper attractions including the world-famous Duomo and the iconic Ponte Vecchio before returning to Livorno in time for your cruise ship departure.from 116,83 US Dollar
Act like a true Italian with a classic Italian ‘aperitivo’— pre-dinner drinks and snacks — and a drive in a vintage Fiat 500 on this 3-hour sunset tour from Florence. Drive your own 1960s Fiat in a guide-led convoy, and head through the exquisite Tuscan countryside to a 15th-century Renaissance villa. Then, as the sun sets, relax by the outdoor pool over a spritzer cocktail and Tuscan delicacies, followed by some Chianti wine. Enjoy your drinks without worrying about driving — your tour includes a convenient return transfer to Florence.from 125 US Dollar
The Bianco e Nero Laboratory opens its doors to anyone, adults and children aged 6 years old and up, to have a fun experience, in the world of typical and unique Italian ceramics. You will discover more about the background of the laboratory (such as the preparation of the object before it is decorated, on his firing etc.).from 69,67 US Dollar