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Il Ristorante Il Latini di Torello Latini mantiene inalterato lo spirito conviviale toscano per cui la tavola è un punto d'incontro dal quale far nascere e coltivare amicizie grazie ai tavoli in legno, che hanno visto l'incontro di personalità di spicco del mondo culturale...
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If you want to taste the real t-bone steak..you cannot miss a dinner at Latini. Reservation may be needed.
In a traditional warm ambience you can enjoy one of the best Florentine Steaks of the City centre;the expert staff will recommend to you-they have a wide choice- a good wine to enjoy in full the steak
One of the cult places of Florence for the steak. The cold cuts are also good. The cut is served with the coarse salt apart, as must be done, the meat is very tender, with the maturation done at the right point. Not so cheap but worth it, on my opinion.
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“Is one the most famous museums in the world and has an incredible collection of art works; Cimabue, Giotto, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Primavera, Uccello, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael etc. It was originally a Medici Palace commissioned by Cosimo de Medici in 1560. The upper loggia was used to house the studios of court artists and the collection of paintings has grown to be the most extensive in Italy. Cosimo I began the collection setting an example for later Medici’s to follow. To avoid the 2-3 hours long queues its recommended to buy the tickets online before: www.firenzemusei.it ”
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“Just behind the Palazzo Pitti and is the biggest public park in center Florence. Many of the statues are restored Roman works. The garden is extensive, full of fountains, statuary, smaller enclosed gardens and on the top there is a beautiful view over the city. ”
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“Florentine typical food, a bit expensive as they are famous but always good.”
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“Is a famous square situated on the hill above Porta Romana. Its a must to see with its panoramic view over Florence. The square was built by the architect 1869 Giuseppe Poggi and dedicated to the great Renaissance sculptor Michelangelo. It has copies of Michelangelos works, like David and the four allegories of the Medici Chapel of San Lorenze. These copies are made by bronze, while the originals are made in white marble. Above Piazzale Michelangelo is the beautiful Abbazia di San Miniato al Monte. To go here you take bus 12 or 13 from Porta Romana. The bus stop is at the round about just in front of the bar Petrarca. ”
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