This week (6/11 November)
The temples of the most precious Tuscan autumn and the top appointments in the city
In the week in which the most important white truffle festival in Tuscany is inaugurated, which will animate the beautiful San Miniato for all the weekends of November, together with Alba, the chosen area for this precious tuber, we will accompany you to Florence restaurants where you can taste the prince of autumn in its highest expressions.
Last Monday, however, the great exhibition that opens the year of celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the death of the absolute genius, Leonardo da Vinci: The Water Microscope of Nature, will be inaugurated in the Uffizi until next January 20th.
Just a few steps and entering Palazzo Strozzi, the life of the performance queen, Marina Abramović, is traced back to her (always until 20 January).
For theater lovers, two pearls of the week: from 7 to 14 November, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the death of Gioachino Rossini, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino stages one of his most appreciated masterpieces, La Cenerentola; while from 9 to 18, Luca Zingaretti directs his wife Luisa Ranieri to Pergola, in The Deep Blue Sea, a great work by Terence Rattigan, one of the most popular English dramatists of the twentieth century
Finally, at the Obihall on Tuesday 6th, Brit Floyd, the biggest live show that brings Pink Floyd songs to the stage. In Italy to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the band's iconic album, The Dark Side of the Moon