Guida Turistica in Firenze
Learn the story of The Medici dynasty. Join me for an historical experience hunting the traces of the ruling family
A day as a sommelier
We will start with a tour of the center of Florence to discover all the traces related to grapes and the production of wine
We will visit two Medici Villas and their gardens, talking about the history of the family we will explore the private rooms
La galleria dell’Accademia ospita numerose opere di Michelangelo : Il David, i Prigioni, il San Matteo, la Pietà dando l’opportunità al visitatore di comprendere fino in fondo il genio dell’artista.
Palazzo Vecchio known also as Palazzo della Signoria will give us plenty of subjects to talk about the family who ruled Florence for 3 centuries.Large council rooms with lavish decorations as political propaganda
Pitti Palace with its collection of paintings by Rafael, Filippo Lippi, Caravaggio, Rubens, not to mention the lavish frescoes on the walls and ceilings of private and public rooms , with the astonishing surprise of the Sala Biana .
San Lorenzo and the Medici: we will first visit the San Lorenzo minor basilica,with the old sacresty by Brunelleschi one of the most beautiful funeral chapel I have ever seen , followed by the Medici Chapels and Palazzo Medici Riccardi.
An outdoor experience focusing on the political and religious centre of Florence ,together we will try to understand why this city became the cradle of Renaissance: the cathedral , the baptistery, Giotto’s bell tower, .
A tiny medieval jewel proudly included in the list of the most beautiful villages of Italy. Originally named after figue trees of the hills nowadays its name is indissolubly connected to wine.
Ciao my name is Elisabetta, born and raised in Florence, a true lover of art and history I became a tour guide because this was my dream since my adolescence . I am a passionate reader and storyteller, I love looking for curiosities and anecdotes to be shared with my guests, I must confess I have a deep obsession for the Medici family which became the main subject of my historical research several years ago.