A dress code for the Duomo – Florence

A dress code for the Duomo – Florence!   If you are coming to Florence, don’t miss the chance to visit one of the jewels of the city: the Duomo! Duomo is the Italian word for “cathedral” and it’s the main church in the city! Well-known all over the world, the Duomo complex has always fascinated 

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Meet your local guide in Rome: Ale!

Howdy! This time we are in Rome to introduce you to Alessandro, a veteran Segway user and expert bike rider! He’s knowledgeable, entertaining and energetic and most of all, his cheerfullness it’s infectious. On this interview we’ll learn Ale’s favourites restraurants, neighbourghoods, part of the city and foods, so read-on! Name: Hi, my name is Alessandro Millozzi. Nationality and 

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San Frediano neighbourhood in Florence: from popular to cool

Florentine new hipster neighborhood: San Frediano Thanks to L0nely Planet, this less known part of our city is soon to become one the next touristic destinations! It has already made the news: Florentine San Frediano is one of the coolest neighbourhood of the world! Never heard of it? No wander! People from Florence call it 

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Castello Sforzesco and Parco Sempione

Milan’s treasures: Castello Sforzesco and Parco Sempione Milan is Italy’s fashion and design capital city, and also the financial and economical center of the country. Visitors from all over the world come to visit the many events related to the contemporary talents of the city. While around Milan, you should not forget, however, to visit 

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Piazza della Repubblica in Florence: a Roman square

A multifunctional square: home of artists, musicians, cafes, entertainment for children and a meeting point for locals and tourists. Piazza della Repubblica is one of the main squares in Florence and yet it is one of the newest in the city. The arch that you see nowadays was built just over 150 years ago, which is 

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