In Florence, when you hear chef Fabio Picchi's name, it's like a guarantee of quality. Everyone knows his name! Since 1979, his restaurant “il Cibrèo” has gone from being a simple osteria to become virtually a place of worship for Florentines and tourists in pursuit of an incredible experience. I decided to treat myself to an evening of traditional dining, and some friends and I headed to Il Cibrèo Restaurant. This is a Restaurant with a capital "R". Alfonso and Cristina greeted us immediately
Monthly Archives: October 2014
From now until January 25, 2015, Palazzo Strozzi is opening a window on modern art with its new exhibition focusing on one of the greatest painters of the twentieth century,Pablo Picasso.
"Picasso and Spanish Modernity" shows a selection of about 90 works in which we can see how Picasso's genius has influenced other artists such as Miró, Dalí, Juan Gris and Julio Gonzalez, just to name a few.
The pieces shown come from a time frame from 1910 to 1963. The exhibition's guiding
Visitors often ask us which is the best gelato shop in Florence. We've tried practically all of them and can report that gelato in Florence on the whole is great in plenty of places! But if we absolutely have to choose to make a list of the five best gelato shops in Florence, here's our very personal — and definitely open to debate — selection. Go ahead and try them all and tell us if you think we're right — or wrong! Gelateria La Carraia Location – Ponte alla Carraia e via Verdi They have