Staying in Florence during the Spring Break? Follow our suggestions for things to do! #01 TERME di SAN GIOVANNI RAPOLANO with Sunday Brunch #02 EXPLORE THE FLORENTINE AREA OF SANT’AMBROGIO & BEYOND #03 THE SECRETS OF ‘INFERNO’ #04 YOU ARE WHAT YOU DRINK #05 ROLLER SKATING AT THE CASCINE #06 JAPANESE DINING #07 QUINTESSENTIAL ‘SCHIACCIATA ALL’OLIO & PIZZA AL TAGLIO’ #08 RENT A
Cappuccino & Cornetto Start your morning with an espresso beside a warm croissant. The Italians believe in a light breakfast and strong caffeine! Order and eat right at the bar to be out in only five minutes. Don’t be caught eating on the street: only tourists take their food onto the sidewalks in Florence.
In the 2017 Spring semester, ISI Florence students Oliver Jersild (Penn State) and David Kirby (Roger Williams) volunteered for the prestigious Riccardiana Library. Located on the first floor of Palazzo Medici Riccardi (one of the most famous Renaissance buildings in the world) and decorated with Baroque frescos by none other than Luca Giordano, the Riccardiana preserves thousands of centuries-old