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Events in Florence and surroundings: full listing
11 November 2015
13 November 2015
Visit of Pope Francis in Florence November 12, 2015
On the occasion of the National Bishops Conference from 9 to 13 November 2015, Pope Francis will be visiting Florence on Thursday,...
15 September 2015
David Gilmour in Concert in Florence
David Gilmour, Pink Floyd's unforgotten guitarist, will embark on a tour in 2015 in support of his new solo album, the first in 9...
26 April 2015
27 September 2015
Sculptures by Anthony Gormley at the Exhibition Human of Forte Belvedere in Florence
After its reopening in 2013, Forte di Belvedere has hosted during the summer exhibitions of worldwide known sculptors. In this sum...
17 October 2015
25 October 2015
The Biennale of Art 2015 in Florence
From 17 to October 25, 2015 at the Fortezza da Basso in Florence, an unmissable date with the Biennale International Art Exhibitio...
24 June 2014
31 December 2015
The Museum of 1900 in Florence is Open!
On June the 24th 2014, after longtime project, the Museum of 1900 has opened in Florence in Santa Maria Novella Square. The whole...
Spedale degli Innocenti of Santissima Annunziata Square in Florence
As written on our official website Hotel Loggiato dei Serviti is in front of the worldwide famous Spedale degli Innocenti in Flore...
The Alinari Museum of Photography in Florence Reopening
The Alinari National Museum of Photography (MNAF), hosted in the historic building of the San Paolo Hospital in Santa Maria Novell...
Florence Baptistery Original Gold Doors by Lorenzo Ghiberti
The Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore Museum in Florence very centre, a stone's throw from Hotel Loggiato dei Serviti proposes a grea...
The Bargello Museum in Florence
10 minutes walk from Hotel Loggiato dei Serviti in Florence, there's the Museum of Bargello, one of the most important museums in...
The Horne Museum in Florence
Herbert Percy Horne was an English Art Scholar who lived in Florence most of his life between the end of 1800 and the first years...