The Tuscan Landscape in April, goes green and the temps come warm!
Spring is the better season for take a tour of the Tuscan countryside start from Florence.
Last call for “Ambrogio Lorenzetti”
Exhibition of, one of the greatest European painters, has been extended until April 8th in Siena’s Santa Maria della Scala.
Lorenzetti was at the forefront of many artistic traditions that were made more famous by later artists that actually were drawing inspiration from Lorenzetti’s work. Considering all this, it is an exhibit you must visit while in Tuscany this date.
Palazzo Pitti’s Cappella Palatina reopens to the public and the finish of exhibition “The 18th Century. A Selection”
Two beautiful eventi in the same place, Palazzo Pitti, the palace of Medici family.
The Uffizi Galleries have launched a spring and summer campaign of special openings of the Cappella Palatina in Palazzo Pitti – one of Florence’s hidden treasures, normally closed to the public and open only for specific day. You can find more information here.
But if you are in Florence for 14th and 15th you have the last opportunity to visit the exhibition “The 18th Century. A Selection” that close on April 15th.
Historic train returns with “Orcia Wine Festival”
Take a trip on a train pulled by a steam engine. It lasts the whole day and there is only one departure from Siena at 08:55 am and return to Siena at 18:47.
If you want to be in Siena for take the train you can book us a transfer!
Monet Experience finished!
After Klimt and Leonardo comes the magic of Monet and the Impressionists as the centrepiece of the new immersive experience open until May 1, 2018 in the deconsecrated church of Santo Stefano al Ponte in Florence. Reproductions of masterpieces by the painter, who loved working en plein air, will join with the beauty of nature in this virtual journey through captivating images and sounds.
If you want to visit Tuscany the better way is our tours