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In Vinci, where Leonardo was born

The first news about Vinci dates back to the year One Thousand, the oldest village gathers around the Castle of the Counts Guidi, lords of these lands.

Published: 28/1/2017

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Montelupo, the Museum of Ceramics

A city of ceramics with a very important Museum of ceramics: we are in Montelupo Fiorentino, just 30 minutes from Florence.

Published: 1/4/2014

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An afternoon in Empoli

If you are tired of the usual tourist destinations and you are looking for something different to visit, we suggest you to spend an afternoon in Empoli, maybe during the weekend, when most of the sights are usually open.

Published: 11/1/2017

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Benozzo Gozzoli

The Museo Benozzo Gozzoli in Castelfiorentino was conceived and constructed for the purpose of giving a home to the frescoes which Benozzo painted for two chapels built near the city.

Published: 4/3/2014

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Amedeo Bassi Museum

In Montespertoli, in piazza Machiavelli, which is also the heart of the historic center, the Amedeo Bassi Museum dedicated to the tenor born in Montespertoli is inaugurated.

Published: 28/11/2014

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The closest Spas to Florence

The “Acqua Salsa di Pillo” spa and wellness center is surrounded by a beautiful park with century-old plants in a wonderful countryside. 

Published: 14/2/2014

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The Via Francigena

In the Middle Ages the Francigena was described by Sigeric, the Archbishop of Canterbury coming back from Rome between 990 and 994.

Published: 16/6/2014

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The Valdelsa Jerusalem

The complex of San Vivaldo was built among thick woods in the place where the blessed Vivaldo Stricchi lived his life as a hermit at the beginning of the fourteenth century.

Published: 31/1/2014

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