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The capital of men’s fashion during the days of the Pitti Uomo trade show, Florence is a city made for enjoying the beauty of its artistic heritage and the perfect destination for a getaway with countless ‘treasures’ to discover.

Florence The Guide | Paper Massimo Dutti

VISIT / 01

La Galleria degli Uffizi

There is nothing like enjoying its rooms covered with works by Giotto, Titian, Caravaggio, Botticelli, da Vinci, and Michelangelo.

Florence The Guide | Paper Massimo Dutti

VISIT / 02

La Galleria dell’Accademia

A space in which to admire, among other gems, the original David by Michelangelo. You should purchase your ticket online.

Florence The Guide | Paper Massimo Dutti

VISIT / 03

The Santa Croce neighbourhood

A visit to the basilica is a must with a bite to eat at one of its famous wine bars.


STAY / 01

The Place

An exclusive boutique hotel in a stunning location in the historic heart of the city.


STAY / 02

Villa San Michele

Located in the hills of Fiesole, this ancient medieval monastery boasts panoramic views of the city.


STAY / 03

Room Mate Isabella

It is located on Via Tornabuoni, the Florentine fashion street par excellence, inside an old mansion.


STAY / 04


In the hills of Lastra a Signa, very close to Florence, inside a 19th-century villa, lies this family-run bed and breakfast.


TASTE / 01

Enoteca Pinchiorri

With three Michelin stars, French chef Annie Féolde focuses her menu on the best Italian ingredients and advanced techniques.


TASTE / 02

La Menagère

A type of concept store that combines a small bistro, a store selling designer items for the kitchen, and a florist’s shop.


TASTE / 03

La Giostra

Sixteen tables with unique arrangements where you can enjoy some traditional Tuscan recipes with new reinterpretations.


TASTE / 04

Mercato Centrale

A unique place for finding the best local products (cheeses, truffles, sausages) or trying traditional recipes.