Private jet to Florence

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The capital of Italian Renaissance and good life.

Perhaps one among the most ever-visited cities in the world, Florence is the symbol of culture, art and taste.

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The birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence, is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany; it’s here where the Standard Italian language was born, according to research institution “La Crusca” established de facto, in Florence. Today, tourists from all over the world travel to the cradle of the arts to witness works by Italian masters, eat gourmet food and shop at the famous luxury boutiques of the Ponte Vecchio.

When is the best time to go to Florence?

Spring and Autumn are probably the best seasons to visit Florence. The city is at its finest from September until Mid-November when tourists are fewer, and the wine and olive harvest is over. That’s when you can appreciate Florence’s traditional cuisine at its best. Being it dominated by wildmeat and savoury wines, you’ll be delighted to find here a wide selection of mouthwatering restaurants (which we highlight for you just a few paragraphs below), as well as many traditional food festivals, the so-called sagre, where chestnuts, porcini mushrooms and truffles are the protagonists.

Leisure travel

Walk the narrow streets of the UNESCO heritage site which is the historic centre of Florence, and you’ll find yourself moving around the same streets that Michelangelo, Leonardo, Rodin and many other artists have paved. Must-see locations in Florence include the many churches, which are both hymns to spirituality and expression of architectural majesty. Visit the Cathedral di Santa Maria del Fiore, commonly known as the Duomo di Firenze and built in the Italian gothic Renaissance style in 1436. Experience the humbling feeling of being in the presence of such a structure, one with the most famous Cupulas of all: the Brunelleschi’s Cupola built after Rome’s Pantheon.

The river running through Florence is called the Arno, and the city develops along its right and left banks. Florence is the city of bridges, known to travellers worldwide. Three of the most famous are Ponte alle Grazie, Ponte alla Carraia and Ponte Vecchio, famous because it was one of the only bridges to survive World War II. Bridges in Florence lead tourists from one beauty to the other with top-see locations in the right bank including:

  • Duomo and Museo dell’Opera del Duomo
  • Piazza della Signoria
  • The Uffizi Gallery
  • Basilica di Santa Maria Novella
  • Museo Novecento
  • Palazzo Vecchio
  • Galleria dell’Accademia
  • Museo delle Cappelle Medicee
  • Basilica di Santa Croce

And on the left bank:

  • Palazzo Pitti
  • Giardino di Boboli
  • Cappella Brancacci
  • San Frediano

Compiling a list of must-see places in Florence is challenging as everywhere you walk becomes atmospheric. If you are planning on extending your séjour in Florence to more than a few days, there are indeed many opportunities for you to reconnect with nature. Examples are visits to the medieval village of Capalbio, Monteverro, where excellent wines are harvested by Julia and Georg Weber and include a Cuvée blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Alternatively, during spring and fall, you can pay a visit to the riding centre “Le Baccanti” and embark on guided horse riding tours that pass through the ancient trails of the Tuscan hills.

The finest restaurants

With the city of Florence declaring last August 2018 that it’s no longer allowed to lunch or dine on the streets, there are several alternatives to savouring your Lampredotto sandwich on Via de’ Neri. Our suggestions include places like the traditional Cantinetta Antinori owned by the wine-producer Antinori family and located in an ancient palazzo just off of the fashion street of Via Tornabuoni.

While Gucci may not have been the first brand to expand in the food industry (let us think of brands like LVMH, Prada and Dolce & Gabbana) a visit to the Gucci Garden in Piazza della Signoria will leave you breathless. Reserve a table at the 50-seat restaurant the “Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura” and dine at the museum and concept store by Gucci, which is located in the heart of the city. Attracting both Gucci-brand aficionados and locals who are looking for a refined meal, this place is set to exceed your expectations.

Alternatively, the Ora d’Aria, literally yard time from its location next to the old Florentine prison, is a Michelin-starred restaurant (since 2011) presided by chef Marco Stabile; part of Jeunes Restaurateurs d’Europe since 2009, the restaurant wants to be the perfect dining place to regroup and find one’s peace of mind while refreshing the palate after a busy day.

Floret and Café 1926 are two places where to perform social mingling at best, all while tasting refined fresh meals at the first location and a good old-fashioned cocktail at the second.

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