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Mar 10, 2011
It’s almost impossible to go to an museum in Florence without seeing at least on Michelangelo piece. Explore the city through the life of Michelangelo in Florence.
Jan 11, 2011
Florence has some of the most extraordinary museums in the world. Florence museums display art ranging from gardens to classic paintings and can take a lifetime to explore but will amaze you in a minute.
Shows in Florence
It’s not just the art galleries and museums that showcase the city’s art, culture, and history. Find shows in Florence and get swept away from the romantic Italian play or relax to the soothing classical music at a concert. Whether you’re looking for local shows or the latest “blockbusters,” shows in Florence have their own spins and will offer you a truly unique experience.
Join locals and tourists at a Florence show, and absorb the cast’s creativity, talent, and passion.
8 Shows in Florence
Artemio Franchi Stadium, Viale Manfredo Fanti, 4a, Florence, Italy
AFC Fiorentina is the local club soccer team in Florence. Their season goes from late August until May. Going to an ACF Fiorentina match is a ton of fun. The fans love their team, and they aren’t afraid to show it. Come watch a match, and you are sure to have a good time.
Opera Di Santa Croce
Opera Di Santa Croce, Piazza Santa Croce, 16, Florence, Italy
Enjoy the Opera all year long at Opera Di Santa Croce. This beautiful old church that was constructed in 1294, and houses the tomb of Donatello, makes a great home for an opera house, and is visited by thousands of guests every year. Whether you go to see the opera, or just marvel at the beauty of the building, Opera Di Santa Croce won't disappoint.
Via Ricasoli, 22-red, Florence, Italy
Visit the Accademia Gallery any time of the year to see some of the most famous paintings, and statues in the world. The main attraction is Michelangelo's "David." This amazing statue was completed in 1504, and has been in the Accadeima Gallery since 1873.
Via del Proconsolo, 4, Florence, Italy
Take some time to see some of the most popular sculptures in Italy at the Bargello Museum. This museum houses many works of art, and some of Michelangelo's most famous pieces are on display including; Madonna and Child and the Child St John, and the Drunken Bacchus. A visit to the Bargello Museum is sure to leave guests wanting to learn more about Michelangelo, and other famous Italian sculptors.
Piazza di Madonna degli Aldobrandini, 6, Florence, Italy
Visit the Medici Chapels, and experience an important part of Italian history. The Chapels were built for the royal Medici family, and were completed in 1546. One was built as their personal church in front of their home, and the beauty of the architecture, and the mosaics is awe inspiring. Be sure to make the Medici Chapels a part of your Florence experience.
Firenze Rugby 1931
1931 Viale Pasquale Paoli, 23, Florence, Italy
Spend an afternoon watching an exciting rugby match with the local Firenze Rugby 1931 team. This club plays other local and international teams, and you're sure to make a few friends amongst the rabid fans.
Palazzo Strozzi, 50123 Firenze, Florence, Italy
Check out Palazzo Strozzi's frequent art exhibitions, which let the schools and the general public learn about Bronzino and other Italian artists.
See the newest and greatest trends in fashions at these five annual shows, where you can see men's and women's clothing, as well as fashions for kids and the latest in fibers.