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In the environs of Florence there are several adventure parks where you can go if you are getting tired of Florence's art.

Posted on 19/6/2017

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The little tourists' visit of the city cannot be made solely of museums, churches and palaces. They also need some time to “recharge” themselves, enjoy themselves and carry out outdoor activities!

Posted on 27/12/2016

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Do you feel like taking a walk in the countryside? The activities organized by the Fattoria di Maiano could be a great idea to spend a beautiful day with your family.

Posted on 26/12/2016

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One of the oldest European institutions of assistance to children has reopened its doors after a long period of refurbishment begun in 2010, with its splendid museum that has been completely restored.

Posted on 8/10/2016

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Planning a trip is essential for anyone, even more for groups, including school ones. Here you will find a list of useful advices to organize your stay in all its aspects.

Posted on 28/1/2016

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A special offer for families, new ways to discover the wonders of the city of Florence at all ages.

Posted on 5/6/2015

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Chini Lab, do you know what it is? And most importantly, who are the Chini? The Chini are a family of artists from the Mugello, who gave an important contribution to the Italian art at the beginning of the Twentieth Century.

Posted on 28/4/2015

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In the city, you can find many facilities managed by the Municipality of Florence that are completely aimed at children, starting from the traditional ludoteche (children’s recreational centers)… to enjoy oneself but also to meet new friends and learn useful things!

Posted on 28/5/2014

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The following is a whistle-stop tour of the shops most likely to interest kids… from toys to books.

Posted on 28/4/2014

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Nowadays bakeries and cake shops in Florence still offer old-time both sweet and sour delicacies.
In the past we used to have very simple snacks, we can all remember a granny preparing “bread, butter and sugar” or “bread, olive oil and tomato” for us.
Posted on 3/4/2014

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If minor accidents, such as bad cut or a fracture, happens while you’re in Florence, you should go to the Meyer, one of the most avant-garde pediatrics hospitals in Italy.
Posted on 3/4/2014

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The splendid collection in the Horne Museum is a journey through time to get an insight into daily life in the 15th and 16th centuries
We seem to have travelled back through the centuries and to be entering a Renaissance house, one in which we find not only precious works of art but also the furniture and the utensils of daily use: welcome to the Horne Museum.
Posted on 20/3/2014

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Children love them, parents are willing to bring their children there, many people even organize birthday parties there. Inflatable playgrounds are a good solution for the afternoon in winter when it rains, it is cold and it is pitch dark already at 5 pm.

Posted on 20/3/2014

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The loveliest historical parks and gardens where children can play, get to know nature, or simply stretch their legs.
Posted on 17/3/2014

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Palazzo Vecchio: it was the seat of the city’s supreme governing body, but from 1540 Cosimo I de’ Medici restored it completely in order to transfer his family and court there.

Posted on 17/3/2014

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There is a Florence suitable to all pockets and all ages. The city offers to you numerous activities free of charge for children, you only need tipps for it.

Posted on 12/2/2014

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A space for children: colourful, unrestricting and free of charge on the second floor of the Biblioteca delle Oblate, a large, green-carpeted room awaits children with hundreds of books in Italian and many  foreign languages.
Posted on 4/7/2013

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