Blog Posts - Uffizi Gallery

What to Do, Where to Stay and Where to Eat for the Perfect Luxury Getaway to Florence, Italy

As many of my most loyal followers know, last summer Rail Europe sent me on an incredible trip to Italy. During that trip I visited Florence again, which is one of my favorite cities in the world. I never had a chance to write about my tips on the bl...
by TravelingPanties on May 5, 2016

Navigating the Uffizi Gallery

The same reason why you could want to visit the Uffizi Gallery might be the same reason why it could turn out to be a true test of your patience: its popularity. Like any world-famous art museum, it’s going to have to contend with the disadvant...
by Jetsetera on Mar 15, 2013

Budget accommodation in Florence – PLUS Camping Michelangelo

If you are an avid traveler wishing to explore Florence with limited budget, overnight in one of the camp sites perhaps is your best choice of accommodation in Florence. Camp sites are quite popular in Florence as backpackers, campers or caravan can...
by Travel Feeder on Mar 19, 2012

I Macchiaioli: A Florentine Discovery

By Melissa Muldoon When I studied Art History in Florence, I was astounded by what I saw around every corner and down each narrow side street.  Everywhere I looked there was a new treasure to behold, either hidden inside a tiny chapel or standing pr...
by Italian New York on Jan 16, 2012

Google Art Project: virtual tour in 17 museums in the world

Google has launched Art Project, a very interesting project that allows you to make a virtual tour in 5 museums around the world including the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and see 486 operas.Google Art Project was born in collaboration with various maj...
by Latest Gadget Info on Sep 17, 2011

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by Arts On My Mind on Aug 26, 2011


Day 1 in Tuscany, exploring Florence!
by The Traveling Scholar on Jul 19, 2010

Leonardo Da Vinci: Leonardo’s Animals Part 1 Of 2

Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1492 at a Tuscan farmhouse in Anchiano, Italy, near the town of Vinci where he spent most of his childhood. He was the son of Ser Piero and a girl called Caterina who worked for him. After Leonardo was born, the father a...
by Smart Review on Jul 13, 2010

☆ 28 Places to See Before You Die ☆

I found this list in the Smithsonian magazine, and Love it.. well, you can see here in the blog that I love all the kinds of lists.. “Exhibit A is the recent popularity of “life lists”—itineraries of things to do and places to g...
by ☆☆ Travel & Trips ☆☆ on Jun 29, 2009

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