Florence and Tuscany are becoming synonym of cooking class. Tuscan cuisine is appreciated worldwide and a cooking class experience is now more and more part of Tuscany attractions, carrying back home memories and improved cooking skills. There are many in the area, either in historical villas in the countryside or in central Florence, from Florentine use of tripe and giblets to the use of organic ingredients from the local producers. From limited amount of students to large classes. During high touristic season make sure to book in advance.
Florence Photography Club
(http://www.susannalamaina...) if you are interested in florence and photography this group teaches photographic techniques. anyone can learn to improve their photographic skills. everyone is welcome, from complete beginner to professionals.
Climb the Duomo or Campanile
Traverse the winding staircases inside the duomo or the nearby bell tower to see some of the best views of Florence. Not only can you see the Tuscan countryside in the distance and the impressive palaces and churches of Florence in the fore, but it also shows you just how large the Duomo is.
Enjoy the view from the Piazzale Michelangelo
It's a big square on a hill, but somewhat distant from the traditional tourist sites. It's easy to reach it even on foot using the stairs called "Rampe di San NiccolÃ²". They are on the side of the Arno river just in front of the national library. Do this thing during the summer and during the night to admire Florence's lights.
the thermal waters of Impruneta spring from two sources and are used to treat respiratory diseases, liver, gastrointestinal, and skin allergies. The location is very close to Florence and other major cities of the district.