Most of the
people who come to Tuscany and look into Tuscany
villas for rent
will inevitably devote some time to the city of
Florence. Florence is the capital city of the Tuscan region and is
known first and foremost for its art and museums. The Uffizi Gallery
is among the most famous museums in the world as are the Accademia
and Bargello, but there are many other museums in the area too that
feature works from the most accomplished painters in Italian history.
However, beyond the artwork, cathedrals and other things you might
have heard of, there’s a lot more to Florence. Here are a few
tidbits of information you might not know about the birthplace of the
Travel Is Best in the Spring:
Florence is the 72nd most visited city in the world. More
than a million tourists will come to Florence in any given year. A
majority of these people will come during the summer months. If you
want to avoid the crowds but want pleasant weather, Spring might be
best. However, even during the winter, the weather isn’t too bad.
You Won’t Get Salt with Your
Bread: Like salt in your bread? You won’t be able to get that
in Tuscany. Tuscan bread is traditionally made without bread, so you
might need to take this into account when eating out.
You’ll Find Something to Wear: The
outdoor markets are a perfect place to find that new belt or boots.
And what’s more, they welcome negotiations, so you should be able
to find something, no matter your budget.
Don’t Call a Bistecca alla
Fiorentia a Porterhouse: It’s much more than that; it’s an
experience if you can find a good one.
You Won’t Do Everything You Want
to: There’s just too much to see and too much to do. If you try
to pack it all in, you’ll be missing out on the experience itself.
Instead, pick a few things and make it a point to come back again.
We’ll be happy to have you as our guests.
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