Wine Tastings & Winery Tours
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Florence - Wine Tastings & Winery Tours
Full-Day Chianti Wine Tour With Badia A Passignano
Full-Day Chianti Wine Tour With Badia A Passignano...
Duration: 9 hours
Buongiorno Tuscany Wine Tour In Chianti: San Gimignano And 2 Different Wineries
Buongiorno Tuscany Wine Tour In Chianti: San Gimig...
Duration: 8 hours
From Florence: Fun Tuk Tuk Experience Of Tuscany For 2
From Florence: Fun Tuk Tuk Experience Of Tuscany F...
Duration: 7 hours
Tuscany: Wine Tasting Tour In A Typical Vineyard
Tuscany: Wine Tasting Tour In A Typical Vineyard...
Duration: 3 hours
Chianti Region: Wine Enthusiast’s Dinner At Diadema Wine Cellar
Chianti Region: Wine Enthusiast’s Dinner At ...
Duration: 3 hours
Wine Tasting At Agricola Fabbriche Winery In Lucignano, Arezzo
Wine Tasting At Agricola Fabbriche Winery In Lucig...
Duration: 2 hours
Hiking In A Vineyard And Wine Tasting Experience In Siena From Florence
Hiking In A Vineyard And Wine Tasting Experience I...
Duration: 12 hours
Have you ever been to Florence?
Florence, the spectacular capital of the region of Tuscany, is located on Italy's northwest coast. It is a stunning medieval city divided into two parts by the River Arno that flows from the Apennines through Florence and Pisa and on to the Ligurian Sea. Florence is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world with its overflow of palaces, churches and museums filled with masterful paintings and sculptures.
The city was found in 59.B.C by Julio Caesar's war veterans, who named it "Florentin", for its flourishing beauty. Florence experienced its time of greatness in the 14th century when the powerful family of the Medicis made its entry onto the world scene, eventually becoming bankers to the papacy. Cosimo Medici became the ruler of Florence and sponsored artist such as Donatello, Brunelleschi and Filippo Lippi. In 1469, the grandson of Cosimo, Lorenzo, took over power. He was responsible for the great development of art, music and poetry; and was a patron to philosophers and artist such as Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. From 1860 to 1875, Florence was the capital of Italy.