This march is a month rich of celebration. Start with the Festa della Donna and finish with the Easter weekend pass throw the Celebrates Dads.
In this first weekend of March if you are in Florence you can take an advantage of #DomenicalMuseo.
How about enjoying it with free admission?
Mark the first Sunday of the month on your calendar and make note of the following State museums (and archaeological areas) across Tuscany where you can take advantage of free entrance, next you can book one of our private tour in Tuscany.
In this article at this link you can find all details of State Museums and Archaeological Sites in Tuscany.
March 8th – Celebrates Women
In Italy we celebrate this day with a gift of the small delicate yellow blossoms Mimosa.
The Florentines will celebrate with free entrance into all State and Civic Museums in Florence for the ladies. You can find more information on the web site municipality of Florence http://museicivicifiorentini.comune.fi.it
If you are in Florence in this dates you can make a gift for you or your lady: one of the our private tour of Florence!
March 19th – Celebrates Dads
Besides the classical tie, wallet or hammock for Father’s Day the Italians love to celebrate this day Frittelle. The recipe varies from filled with rice, raisins or pine nuts … or all of it or none of it… but it is always fried and it is always best eaten hot.
Pitigliano is a little village 50 kilometers from Grosseto and on March 19th they burns the winter and welcomes the spring! “Torciata di San Giuseppe” is the name of the party!
March 25 – weekend before Easter
If you are in Siena or Florence for this sunday, there is a particularly race of mules in Torrita di Siena. A lot of laughs, as you watch the local jockeys strut their colors on back of a stubborn mule.
A different way to visit Chianti countryside.
April 1st – Easter weekend
There are many activity to do in all Tuscany but in the center of Florence you can view a beautiful show… The ritual is to send a white (artificial) dove, symbol of the peace and the holy spirit, out of the cathedral to light a fire in a ancient cart, that is pulled to the square through the town by a team of white oxen. The cart , locally called brindellone, is filled with fireworks and when lit, it bursts in sparkling fireworks!
If you want to visit Tuscany in March, the better way is our tours!