Cucina Lorenzo de' Medici
Shiny new state-of-the-art cooking school with 16 work stations in the fabulously bustling food mall above Florence's central food...
Cenacolo di Sant’Apollonia
Once part of a sprawling Benedictine monastery, this cenacolo harbours arguably the city’s most remarkable Last Supper scene. Painted...
Cenacolo del Conservatorio di Fuligno
In 1845 workers in an ex-convent uncovered an extraordinary site – a huge, intact fresco of the Last Supper in a former cenacolo ...
Casa del Vino
Locals keep popping in all day long for a nip or two from a limited but carefully selected list of daily pourings of Chianti at this...
Arrive by noon to ensure a stool around a shared table at this noisy, busy, brilliant trattoria – a legend that retains its soul (and...
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Colorificio Poli information
Step back in time at this shop specialising in rare paints, much of it still made by hand and scooped from ancient glass jars. Still run by the founder’s grandchildren, the shop attracts perfectionist decorators as well as both professional and amateur ceramicists.