I have recently been watching the runway shows for autumn/winter in Europe. With a few exceptions, I found them to be a little excessive to appeal to a wide audience. So it was a relief to visit [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Florence’
We are delighted once again to welcome Stanley Moss, travel editor of the New Zealand-based fashion magazine Lucire. Stanley shares with Italian Talks readers some of the experiences and [...]
There is just so much to see and experience in Florence and, as is often the case, it’s easy to miss architectural gems. Spectacular edifices that were once elegant palazzi are [...]
A couple of months ago I was lucky enough to visit Tuscany. Anyone who knows me understands my passion for history. Realizing that I was heading to Tuscany, a land that holds many important [...]
The Medici family acquired enormous power and wealth as bankers and financiers influencing the legacy of Florence and Tuscany for centuries. From Cosimo the Elder in the 15th century to the last [...]
An absolute must for visitors to Florence is the San Lorenzo Mercato Centrale. It is one of the oldest markets in Florence. The two-storey building was constructed in Via dell’Ariento in [...]
As the official blog for Baglioni Hotels, Italian Talks is celebrating the success of the growth of its blog and Twitter account.