This city is called the heart of Tuscany, a museum city, a flourishing city. Actually, its name is Florence, which arose in 59 BC and is translated as “blooming”.
Whatever you are told, familiarity with the city must begin with Signoria Square. Here, next to the Palazzo Vecchio Palace, in the open air you will be greeted by several sculptural works of Michelangelo, including the legendary David. Continue reading
Residents of Italian Tuscany like to tell foreigners with mock humility that their cuisine is “poor” (cucina povera). However, they also know how to turn simple rural food into a restaurant hit.
Among the dishes traditional for the regional cuisine there are also tomato puree under the sonorous name of Pappa al pomodoro. In principle, nothing complicated, try to repeat in your kitchen. Continue reading