XI Edition of Florence Tango Festival

Events in Florence (April 18, 2014 – April 24, 2014)

Here at Florence Inferno we list the weekly events happening in Florence and provide an events guide containing information on music, art, cinema, markets, and much more taking place in the city.

This week we make a special mention of the Florentine Easter traditions, among which is the most famous: the Scoppio del Carro (explosion of the cart) happening in front of Basilica di S. Maria del Fiore. On Easter Monday don’t miss the opportunity to have a picnic on the grass of Cascine park.

The Exhibit Jackson Pollock. The Figure of Fury

Events in Florence (April 11, 2014 – April 17, 2014)

Here at Florence Inferno, we post the weekly events going on in Florence. Also, our events guide contains information on music, art, cinema, markets, and many other things happening in the city.

This week food and music lovers won’t want to miss Tamerò in Salotto at Restaurant Tamerò in Piazza S. Spirito, a new formula that combines taste in music and conviviality.
For art lovers we suggest that you attend the opening of the new exhibition Jackson Pollock.The Figure of Fury at Palazzo Vecchio, until July 27, 2014.

Events in Florence (April 4, 2014 – April 10, 2014)

Here we highlight for your convenience the weekly events happening in Florence. Check out our events guide for what’s going on in the city in terms of music, art, cinema, markets, and much more.

This week you won’t want to miss the Middle East Now Festival, from April 9 until April 14, a week of screenings, exhibitions, and events throughout the city of Florence dedicated to Middle East culture, and the market Mercatale di Firenze in Piazza della Repubblica.

Korea Film Fest, Florence, Italy

Events in Florence (March 21, 2014 – March 27, 2014)

We select for you the weekly events going on in Florence. In our events guide check out music, art, cinema, markets, and much more happening in the city.

This week you won’t want to miss the Florence Korea Film Fest at Cinema Odeon and other places in Florence, as well as Twist and Shout! A 50’s and 60’s Night at Viper Theater, where you can dance to 50’s music, and do the boogie woogie and the twist.

And don’t forget the exhibition Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino. Diverging Paths of Mannerism happening at Palazzo Strozzi.

Exhibition Radical Femininity at Gucci Museum, Florence, Italy

Events in Florence (March 14, 2014 – March 20, 2014)

Here we provide you with the weekly events happening in Florence. Our events guide provides you with all you need to know about music, art, cinema, markets, and many other activities going on in the city.

This week, the place to be for all designers, decor lovers, or simply curious people is Fair Salone di Firenze at Fortezza da Basso. Art lovers should also check out the exhibition Femminilità Radicale (Radical Femininity) going on at Gucci Museum.

Fair Pitti Taste 9, Florence, Italy

Events in Florence (March 7, 2014 – March 13, 2014)

We select for you the weekly events going on in Florence. In our events guide you can find music, art, cinema, markets, and much more happening in the city.

This week food lovers won’t want to miss the Fair Taste 9 at Stazione Leopolda. For art lovers we suggest that you attend the opening of the new exhibition Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino. Diverging Paths of Mannerism at Palazzo Strozzi.

Chocolate Fair in Piazza Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy

Events in Florence (February 14 – 20, 2014)

For tourists in Florence and also for the English-speaking population currently staying in this city, we have decided to publish on our blog, on weekly basis, a guide containing a selection of the events organized in Florence.

Every week we will provide information about theatrical events, cinema, exhibitions, concerts, dances, city tours, conferences, in short, many events in which you can participate even without knowing the Italian language.

Poster Exhibition Boccaccio Florence, Italy

Boccaccio: Author and Copyist

On the occasion of the seventh centenary of the birth of Giovanni Boccaccio (Florence(?), June, 1313 – Certaldo, December, 1375), the great Italian writer and poet mentioned by Dan Brown in his Inferno, the Laurentian Library in Florence is organizing, from October 11, 2013, to January 11, 2014, an exhibition of manuscripts entitled “Boccaccio Autore e Copista” (Boccaccio: Author and Copyist).