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1. Make Your Stay Memorable By Staying At the Best Hotel in Florence KY
May 31, 2018

For Immediate Release:   June, 2018: Florence, Kentucky is one of the wonderful towns and popular holiday destinations where thousands of holidaymakers come every year from different parts of the globe. The town renders a variety of lodgings to choose from including budget accommodations. However, when it comes to selecting one of the best and reliable hotels in Florence Kentucky, most of the holidaymakers prefer to book a room in the Americas Best Value Inn Hotel.   They provide great amenities and world-class facilities to all the travelers at affordable rates. ... (read more)

Author: Lein West

2. Puglia: Italy's Hidden Hilltop Gem
April 23, 2018

Italy is a country full of history, culture and good food. For those looking for an authentic holiday in Italy, the hilltop towns of Puglia are an ideal destination. Situated right in the heel of the Italian boot, this area is filled with romantic and rustic spots. These are some of the towns you have to visit whilst in the area, along with some tips on what to do and where to stay. Lecce Perhaps one of the more well-known cities in Puglia, this enchanting spot is known for its Baroque beauty. The city is also known as the “Florence of the South” due to the rich Baroque architecture,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Florence: An Art Student's Paradise
April 18, 2018

Florence is an art hub, offering a variety of impressive galleries. For those studying art and design, an educational visit to the Italian city can offer not only inspiration but also a better understanding of the subject. If you are planning on taking your pupils to Florence, these galleries and museums cannot be missed. Uffizi Gallery Before even beginning to admire the art housed inside the Uffizi Gallery, students will be blown away by the building itself. The architect, Giorgio Vasari, incorporated elaborate details throughout this impressive Renaissance building. The art colle... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Take a Peek at Venice's Operatic Past
March 21, 2018

Italian river cruises offer a truly unique way to see this beautiful country and to discover its fascinating musical past. A trip to Venice by boat could give you the chance to explore the maritime city’s role in the history of opera and to visit the theatres which first brought this new art form to the people of the day. While most people know that opera originated in Florence at the end of the sixteenth century, few realise the important role Venice played in establishing the theatrical tradition in the hearts of the Italian people. A centre for trade, attracting a wide cosmopolit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Motel 6 Florence KY - Offering Comfortable, Convenient & Affordable Accommodation To Visitors
February 23, 2018

For Immediate Release Motels in Florence KY, 24th February, 2018: Motel 6 Florence KY, an outstanding hotel located just off I-71N/ I-15N, feels very pleased to welcome visitors to enjoy an incredible vacation at their hotel near Great American Ball Park. This is a perfect hotel that visitors can choose when they are looking for quality accommodation at Florence hotels near CVG Airport. The hotel is just 4 miles away from the airport which offers a very convenient access to the visitors from and to airport. Motel 6 Florence KY motel takes its pride for offering ultimate comfort and ... (read more)

Author: Lein West

6. Discover Italy with Coach Charter Italy
December 10, 2017

Coach Charter Italy proposes to you one of the most reliable bus services in the town, like Bus charter Florence. With very large-scaled service options, the company is specialized on different charter services that clients can make use of. If you want to discover Rome or Florence and need a bus with a guide, then you can take into consideration the actual Coach Charter Italy and use their high quality offerings. The website of Coach Charter Italy has a lot of interesting to propose to you. If you are always seeking a perfect bus charter which could satisfy all your needs, then you should c... (read more)

Author: John Doe

7. New Fresh Coat Painters Opens in Cary, NC
October 24, 2017

Fresh Coat Painters of Cary offers professional painting services in Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Raleigh, Fuquay Varina, Durham and the surrounding areas. Florence Desiree Ngollo is pleased to announce the launch of her new business, Fresh Coat Painters of Cary. Fresh Coat offers residential and commercial painting services including interior and exterior painting, wood staining and finishing, and other services for nearly every protective coating application. Their professional painters are background checked and insured, and only use quality materials. The company offers a 24/7 receptioni... (read more)

Author: John Doe

8. Logistics Industry Embraces Brexit's Transition Period
October 18, 2017

I come with exciting (and hopefully relieving) news this month. In her recent speech in Florence, Theresa May suggested delaying a full Brexit until 2021. Instead, she’s in favour of implementing a two-year transition period, during which all free-trade agreements would be maintained. This is great news for the transport industry, as it would give haulage companies and freight forwarders more time to put new policies and procedures in place and maintain steady trade after Britain leaves the European Union. Why is the Transition Period Important? In case you are wondering how this tra... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Find Artistic Inspiration at the Uffizi Gallery
September 25, 2017

Florence is a paradise for foodies, historians and architecture enthusiasts alike. But, above all, it’s arguably the world’s best playground for artists. From imposing statues to poignant paintings, this momentous metropolis has something spectacular in store for art lovers of every nationality, sex or age. While there are countless spots that showcase Florence’s myriad masterpieces, you can’t truly say that you’ve experienced the city’s art scene unless you go to the Uffizi Gallery. Here you’ll discover works of genius from a variety of mediums, whose magnetic-like appeal attracts 1.5 m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Fascinating Florentines: A Biscuit-y History
September 21, 2017

If you’re looking for the delightful baked goods known as Florentines, an earnest search through the wonderful pastry shops of Florence could leave you empty-handed. These delicate fancies regularly make an appearance at Christmas with their delicious and seasonal combination of candied fruit and nuts. But although they make a fantastic festive addition to any retail space, their origins are shrouded in mystery. Even a seasoned wholesale confectionery boffin like myself cannot help but be intrigued by this European favourite. Read on to learn a little more about these interesting biscuit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Florence for Foodie Families
June 28, 2017

Looking for a fun filled trip to Florence? You can choose from a range of specialist Florence tours that provide a wealth of activities and intrigue to capture the attention of the entire family – from being able to sample some of the world’s best ice cream, to exploring the finely crafted jewellery and handbags at one of Florence’s many markets. A Tour for All Ages For some of the best that Florence has to offer, you cannot go wrong with Art Viva’s ‘Italian Passions – Food & Wine Tour’. During your excursion, bond over some of Italy’s most renowned delicacies, including a luscious ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Raphael in Florence
June 14, 2017

While many may not have heard of Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, Raphael (as he was known) is a name altogether more familiar. The prolific painter and architect, who was born and raised in a small hilltop town, went on to become one of the most influential and revered of all the great High Renaissance masters. An art-focused Florence tour will reveal just how close the city holds the artist to its heart. There are numerous highlights that celebrate the man and illustrate just how important he was, and still is, to the immense Renaissance legacy. Raphael in Florence The young painte... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Florence and the Birth of the Renaissance
June 14, 2017

The Tuscan city of Florence is renowned as the birthplace of the Renaissance. It was from this beautiful city on the banks of the River Arno that many of the 15th century Early Italian Renaissance artists rose to prominence. For anyone who wants to gain a deeper insight into this historical artistic rebirth, a Florence walking tour with ArtViva takes in a host of important sites and works that were instrumental in raising the city to the high echelons of culture. The Incubator of the Renaissance Before the Black Death decimated half its population in the 14th century, Florence w... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Michelangelo's Treasures at Florence's Accademia Museum
June 02, 2017

It is only when you see the stunning statues created by Michelangelo in person that you begin to understand the genius of the famous Italian Renaissance sculptor and painter. Make sure that, as part of any of the Florence tours you choose, you get time to visit the Accademia, the only museum in the city where you can stand face to face with some of his most famous creations. We highlight some of the unmissable works that you’ll have a chance to experience in the museum when you visit. Statue of David Almost certainly the most famous of Michelangelo’s statues, and one which... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Discover Oltrano on the ‘Other' Side of the Arno
June 02, 2017

The focus of many Florence tours and tourists visiting Florence will, understandably, concentrate on the city’s major and most globally renowned central landmarks – Piazza della Repubblica, the Uffizi Gallery, Piazza della Signoria and Piazza Duomo. Simply by crossing the Ponte Vecchio bridge however (or any other bridge over the River Arno for that matter), one can discover an entirely new, lesser known yet richly authentic side of Florence in the form of Oltrarno. Artisans Beyond the Arno Literally meaning ‘beyond the Arno’, Oltrarno has a charm about it unique to the rest of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. The Hidden World of the Vasari Corridor
June 02, 2017

Have you ever thought that your commute to work is a little dull, or that it would be good on a rainy day to be able to go from your home to your destination without getting wet? Well, you could always do what Grand Duke Cosimo de’ Medici did in the 16th Century and build yourself a covered walkway from your home right into your office! The Vasari Corridor, named after the artist/architect Vasari who created it in just five months, runs for one kilometre from Cosimo’s home at the Palazzo Pitti to the government offices of the Uffizi and on to the seat of Florentine power at the Palazzo Ve... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Fiesole: An Historical Tuscan Gem
June 02, 2017

Most tours of Tuscany will take in the famous Renaissance sights of Florence, Pisa and Arezzo but if you want to venture further back in time you need only travel a short distance (nine kilometres) outside Florence to the historic hillside town of Fiesole. Set on a hilltop, 295 metres above the famous Renaissance city, Fiesole is actually a much older settlement than its neighbour. Ancient ruins in the town date back to the Etruscans (the local civilisation which populated this area before the Roman invasion). It wasn’t long, however, before the Romans took over the town, building th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. The Exquisite Artworks of Florence's Duomo
June 02, 2017

There is nowhere on earth quite like the Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, or the Duomo as it’s more commonly known. From the Italian Gothic architecture, including its breath-taking dome, to its stunning, vibrant Renaissance frescoes it embodies the very essence of the Renaissance age’s quest for knowledge and advancement. This is the kind of historic sight that you can’t look at online or in guidebooks, the only way to truly appreciate the majesty and scale of the artworks contained here is to explore it in person on a Florence walking tour. While in recent years some of the most fa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Discover the Religious Architecture of Florence
June 01, 2017

Nowhere is the development of Florence’s rich, detailed architecture more visible than in its stunning array of historic churches, cathedrals and basilicas. A Florence walking tour is the perfect way to see the city’s fascinating history written out in the bricks and mortar of these beautiful buildings. As the home of the Renaissance movement, many of the world’s greatest artists were commissioned to paint frescoes and panels in the city’s churches, making them a crucial stop on any Florence walking tour. Here’s my selection of some of the most important churches to see in the city. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Art Icons of the Uffizi Gallery
June 01, 2017

If Florence is the home of Renaissance art, then the city’s wonderful Uffizi Gallery is where it lives and breathes, rightly earning its place on a number of Florence tours. World famous for the sheer scale of its collection of works by the Old Masters, the Uffizi is much more than a mere gallery, it’s an art ‘experience’. Of course, with this many famous artworks all under one roof the queues can be extremely long, especially in peak seasons, so it’s well worth booking tickets in advance or visiting the museum as part of ArtViva’s specialist Florence tours. When visiting the gallery... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. From da Vinci to Caravaggio: Milan's Most Acclaimed Artworks
May 17, 2017

Many travellers view Milan as simply a gateway to the rest of Italy and pass through it without pausing to truly appreciate what the city has to offer. While Milan may not have the romantic charm of Florence or the magical waterways of Venice, for an art lover the entire city is a secret gem that you may not have to share with hordes of crowds! Once you land in Milan, transfer as quickly as you can to your accommodation and then hit the art trail. You will not be disappointed! Where to Go • Pinacoteca di Brera Located in the Accademia di Belle Arti, one of Italy’s oldest and most p... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Travel Italy by Train: A Disabled-Friendly Itinerary
April 29, 2017

If you’ve dreamed of seeing the ancient wonders of Rome, the galleries of Florence or the canals of Venice but have been told they are not appropriate destinations for ‘disabled holidays’, then our train tour of Italy’s cultural cities is just what you need. Recent clients, for whom I put together an itinerary for a tour of the three cities by train, reported back that the fully accessible Italian train network made the journey wonderfully relaxing as they could sit comfortably and look at beautiful landscapes between cities. And our clients didn’t have to worry about the famous cobb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. The Secrets of the Ponte Vecchio
April 29, 2017

Alongside David in the Uffizi, and the famous dome of Cathedral, the Ponte Vecchio is the essential stopping point on all Florence tours. Gazing down at the waters of the River Arno, gleaming in the sunshine, and reflecting the towers of the city, it’s not hard to see why. But how much do you know about the secrets of Italy’s most iconic bridge? The Origins of the Bridge The Ponte Vecchio is not the first bridge on this site. The current structure dates back to 1345-50, which replaced even older bridges, which had collapsed from flooding in 1333. The bridge originally served as a def... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. The Six Bridges of Florence
April 29, 2017

Florence, city of art, towers, and beautiful bridges, which span the river Arno and harmoniously criss-cross the medieval city. Of the six bridges, five were bombed in the Second World War, but have been reconstructed to match their former glory, and each has its own character and historical secrets. Our innovative, escorted Florence tours can bring the stories of some of the city's most memorable bridges to life with the help of one of our passionate guides. Here is a little teaser of the bridges that you may encounter. Ponte alle Grazie This used to be a covered bridge resembl... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. The Magnificent Art Museums of Florence
April 13, 2017

Florence is high on the list of any Renaissance-loving history and travel buff. The city’s beautiful gardens, churches and squares, not to mention the food and the shopping, make it worth a visit on these merits alone, but where Florence really shines is in its rich history. The city was one of the cultural centres of the Renaissance. Notable Florentines have included (but are far from limited to) Niccolo Machiavelli, Raphael, Galileo Galilei, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Lisa del Giocondo (immortalised in the Mona Lisa), Donatello, Amerigo Vespucci and, of course, Leonardo da Vinci. Th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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