9 Perfect Day Trips from Florence

Florence, the birthplace of Renaissance art and architecture, is known by many to be among the world’s most beautiful destinations. If you’ve soaked in the fashion, fine dining, and ambiance of the city and discovered its ins and outs, you’re ready to branch out and explore the surrounding areas. From the nearby seaside, rolling hills, […]

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Artviva Loves Art!

We at Artviva are currently sponsoring, creating and supporting some very interesting art and cultural projects:     Festival Del Viaggio A series of events Florence, Italy and Palermo, Sicily 1-14th June 2018   JODOROWSKI WALK Saturday the 9th of June at 6 am Departure Basilica of San Lorenzo “An urban walk without ever bending” […]

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7 Traditional Local Dishes You Have to Try in Florence and Tuscany

Most people traveling to Italy already have a long list of Italian food and drinks they want to try—gelato, pasta, espresso, wine, and, of course, pizza. But while the image of Italian cuisine is pretty homogeneous overseas, the reality is anything but. For starters, there is no “Italian” cuisine—there are only local dishes mostly defined by […]

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8 Lesser-Known Things to See and Do in Florence

You’ve seen the world-class museums, tasted Bistecca alla Fiorentina, and visited Florence’s impressive cathedrals. After all, a trip to Florence wouldn’t be the same without spending time visiting the must-see sites and experiencing the Renaissance city’s cultural treasures. Even in a city as popular with tourists as Florence, however, there are still plenty of off […]

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More Than Florence: Tuscany’s Unexplored Destinations

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Beaches to rival Sardinia and mountains that link with the Alps—countryside to seaside, skyline to mountain range, Tuscany is a treasure trove of art, nature, and wonder. Yes, technically a trip to Florence will still take you to Tuscany, since Florence is the capital of the Tuscan region, but that’s being literal. As beautiful as […]

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11 Things To Do in Florence With Kids of All Ages

Although Italy isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you think of traveling with kids, there are plenty of fun things to do for the whole family in Florence around every corner. From wide open gardens and piazzas to enjoy, to interactive and kid-friendly museums, there is something for all age groups and […]

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Explore Tuscan Wine with a Leading Wine Critic

  If you are coming to Tuscany with the intention of sampling the region’s excellent wines then we have an experience that can raise your tour from the level of the ordinary to the realm of the extraordinary. There’s no question that spending time with an expert can enhance your experience of whatever you are […]

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How to Find the Next Record-Breaking Masterpiece with ArtViva

So you’ve been on one or two Florence tours. You love the paintings, the sculptures, the architecture and the ambiance. Have you ever considered learning how to make money from your passion? This November Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi was sold at auction for a staggering $450.3 million. If you’ve ever wondered how one becomes […]

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Christmas in Italy? Our Favourite Destinations

Everyone will tell you that Christmas in Italy is a magical time, and I would not hesitate to agree. Yuletide visitors get to enjoy the twinkling lights and tasteful city decorations that enhance the already charming historic centres. Italians extend their celebrations through the Feast of Epiphany (also known as Twelfth Night), so those visitors […]

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The Best of Tuscany Tour: What to Expect

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  Tuscany has so much to offer: art, history, local culture, food, wine, countryside and sunshine. It can be really tough to know where to start to get the best from the region. Personally I’m still discovering new delights, even after spending years here and after countless Tuscany tours. So if you’re only visiting the […]

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