At first glance Florence doesn’t seem to offer much in the way of nightlife. Florentines typically don’t stay out late and there are very few nightclubs in the city. Aside from the ubiquitous Irish pub few bars are open until the wee hours.
But, this doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of things to do in the evening. After a long day of visiting museums and churches Artviva suggests you unwide with a glass of wine. Where better to do so than in an historic palace in the center of the city.
Artviva is offering a Wine Salon Festival Evening Monday through Friday where you’ll learn what makes Tuscany’s wines great at this fun and easy ‘class’ on how to appreciate wine. You’ll have the opportunity to taste some of the best local wines produced by Prince Duccio Corsini. Prince Corsini descends from a noble Florentine family which still owns significant property in Florence and Tuscany. His family estate “Le Corti” in San Casciano is just ten kilometres from Florence and produces some of the finest wines and olive oils in Italy.