Florence in love and at Hard Rock Cafè
• 2 nights in a Classic room for 2 adults
• Buffet breakfast for 2 persons
• Dinner for 2 at Hard Rock Cafe
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From July 01 to August 31 109.00 € per room per night
Discover with your children the charm of the city “the cradle of the Renaissance” in the unmissable museums, historic sites, gardens to enjoy a memorable and instructive at the same time for the whole family. The Best Western Hotel Rivoli offers you a living for your familyRead More →
Florence is waiting to welcoming you in its romantic atmosphere full of history, culture, gastronomy and entertainment.
Walking in the streets of downtown and admire the numerous artistic / cultural heritage, taste the typical dishes of Tuscan cuisine will make you forget the stresses of everyday life.
The Palatina Gallery Pitti Palace in Florence will host from May 21 to September 15, 2013 “The dream of the Renaissance“, an exhibition that if you are sensitive to beauty, in the sense of beautiful painting, you should not be missed. At the center of the exhibition, which results in five rooms very intense, there is His Majesty Raffaello “The Knight’s Dream.” The exhibition is curated by Chiara Rabbi Bernard, Alessandro Cecchi, Yves Hersant and times for visits are from Tuesday to Sunday from 8:15 to 18:50.
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From May 14 to December 8, 2013 at the Galleria dell’Accademia museum owes its popularity to the famous David by Michelangelo and other works, there will be an exhibition on’ importance of Arts for Florence, a fundamental element to understand the development of the city. An unusual exhibition that takes into account the issues eii emblematic places of the city still municipal power, such as the Palazzo dei Priori (now Palazzo Vecchio), the Palazzo del Podesta (now the Museum of the Bargello), Orsanmichele, before the rule of the Medici took the dasse the upper hand and stamp on the city.
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The Great Synagogue of Florence was opened in 1882, several years after the Emancipation of Italian Jews in 1861 with the proclamation of the unification of Italy. And ‘one of the best examples in Europe of exotic Moorish style. The need for adequate Temple to Florentine community began to discuss at the end of 1847, but the difficulties of having sufficient funds blocked for several decades any initiative. Decisive, in 1868, was the testament of Cav. David Levi, who tied his wealth to build a “temple worthy monuments of Florence.” In November 1870 they were in charge of the project architects Falcini, Treves and Micheli.Read More →
From September 22 to 29 Tuscany will be pleased to welcome its fantastic territories Cycling World Championships 2013, awaited by all lovers of the sport and not. In fact, the event, organized by the UCI (International Cycling Union) and which attracts visitors from all over the world, will be an opportunity to visit Florence and other beautiful provinces that will be the perfect backdrop to the most important road cycling championships. The most important day is that of 29, where he will run for 279 km connecting Lucca to Florence city center ending in the Champ de Mars, the most important sports center of Tuscany.
As usual, the World Cup will be held the last week of September and are returning to Italy after 5 years; In fact, the last time the Bel Paese hosted the championships was in Varese in 2008, while last year to welcome them were the Netherlands and the town of Valkenburg.Read More →
Italy in the 1930s, when Fascism ruled the country, was the scene of an extremely vigorous artistic battle in which every style or trend, from classicism to Futurism, from expressionism to abstract art, and from monumental art to decorative painting for the bourgeois home was involved.Read More →
The Hotel Rivoli proposes to you a day a to become chef with “ Wanna be Italiano – Cooking Class & Central Market Tour –“.