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Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle.

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle.

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle – In the winter, Florence is truly unique and the visitor can appreciate its most authentic side when roads are less frequented by tourists’ bites and fugitives. Yes, it is true, in Florence the tourist season lasts ten months a year, but in winter the tourists also allow long times.

The best time to watch the city is in November (now) in February. Christmas parties, however, bring to Florence an incredible number of tourists and are a very special moment for the city itself.

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle

1. Light

The Florentine winters are stiff with many rainy days, but snow is rare (except for exceptional cases) and many are windy days.The wind of ‘tramontana’ sweeps the streets and cleanses the sky from the clouds, revealing an intense blue sky, with a light that ‘sculpts’ the outlines of palaces and bell-towers, without mistlets and mist. The winter light is beautiful and makes the city stand out to its fullest, remembering many scenarios of the most renowned Renaissance paintings.

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle

2. Space

In winter, finally, the old town becomes less chaotic and you can walk in the streets without a hurry. Early in the morning, many streets in the center are deserted. The offices, in fact, open at 9:00 AM and many shops at 10:00 AM. You can have breakfast in one of the beautiful bars in the Old Town or listen to the tapping of the bells. It’s a great time to enjoy the most authentic things in town.

3. Happy visitors

The lesser flow of tourists in the city allows for better management of the workforce. That is why travelers who stop at Florence in Winter can be satisfied with their stay. From city info offices – which are open and not crowded – to hotels and apartments for rent, to restaurants where it’s easier to find a place. The city does not close for low season, it is only a lot more relaxed and the visitor doubly happy.

4. The museums

The sensational news is that in Winter – in museums – the queues are not, or are really, very small. This is not the case for all the remaining months of the year, because you know that in Florence to visit the Uffizi, you have to book the ticket with weeks in advance. The largest museum halls are far from deserted, but you can appreciate every work with great calm and enjoy every visit. In particular, we recommend visiting the so-called minor museums, such as the Bardini Museum and the Horne Museum.

4. The surroundings

Florence is surrounded by hills, which means that not far from the historic center you can find the beautiful countryside of Chianti and Mugello. In the immediate surroundings of the city, there are wonderful walking walks to enjoy a beautiful landscape with a view, asleep by the winter but with warm colors illuminated by light. An unforgettable experience to do is to go via Sister Maria Celeste, passing the Arcetri Observatory, or walk along the Colli Boulevard. Just go to the historic center for a dip in the countryside and feel the feeling of walking in an ancient painting of the Renaissance.

Florence in Winter: 5 Reasons to Love Its lifestyle

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