Venice to Florence Cycle
Cycle between classic Italian cities, discovering charming villages and local culinary delights en route
Serious cooking school for amateurs and professionals with heaps of short-term, long-term and one-off courses.
Built in the 1870s just after the Jewish community in Italy had gained full emancipation after centuries of persecution, this vast...
A firm long-term favourite, down-to-earth Rex sports great drinks and an artsy Gaudi-inspired interior.
Hidden behind an elegant facade with frosted glass and oyster-grey paintwork is this intimate dining space. Chefs use traditional Tuscan...
Long a jealously guarded secret among Florentine gourmands, Florence's old-style Golden Pot doesn't need to advertise. Word of mouth draws the culinary curious here to sample Renaissance dishes reinvented for modern tastes by culinary artist Giuseppe Alessi. Dine at substreet level or at the street-level offshoot with marble-topped tables, wooden benches and 25 place settings.