Via de' Bardi
Walking east from Ponte Vecchio, the first stretch of Via de' Bardi shows clear signs of its recent history. This entire area was...
Palazzo de' Mozzi
Museo Stefano Bardini
Nineteenth-century antiquarian and art restorer Stefano Bardini amassed a small fortune and his own expansive collection of Renaissance...
With its fearsome bouncers, boudoir furnishings and multilevel leopard-skin mosh pits, this small happening club exudes Late Empire...
This hipster cafe-bookshop – a hybrid dining-stroke-aperitivi address – cooks up inventive, home-style and strictly vegetarian and/or...
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Lorenzo Villoresi information
Villoresi's perfumes and potpourris meld distinctively Tuscan elements such as laurel, olive, cypress and iris with essential oils and essences from around the world. His bespoke fragrances are highly sought after. Visiting his showroom, which occupies his family's 15th-century palazzo, is quite an experience. Drop-ins welcome but better to call in advance to arrange your visit.