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April 21, 2016

What to do for the April 25 in Florence

Our must-see suggestions of art, food and shopping!

Three days of relaxation awaits us! What to do in Florence during this bridge? We are spoiled for choice:

ART
The Palazzo Vecchio museum will be open with summer hours, from 9 to 23. Open for these holidays will also be the twentieth century Museum (April 25, from 9 to 19); the museum of Santa Maria Novella (25 9 to 19 April), the Brancacci Chapel (April 25, 10-17), and the Museo del Bigallo (April 25, 9:30 to 12:30;), the Bardini Museum (11-17), and so the Fondazione Salvatore Romano (10-17). From April 23, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays you can visit the Brancacci Chapel and the Fondazione Salvatore Romano, which are about 500 meters, with a cumulative ticket. The ticket will cost € 7 (full price) or € 5 (reduced) and can be bought only at the Brancacci Chapel.
special openings in the Uffizi April 25, from 8.15 to 18.50. Extraordinarily open even the Boboli Gardens, the Costume Gallery and the Silver Museum, with 8:15 to 18:30 hours.
Finally, do not miss, in the complex of the Palazzo Strozzi, the great retrospective From Kandinsky to Pollock (9:00 to 13:00 / 14.00-18.0) and the new exhibition of the CCCS, dedicated to one of the most important and original contemporary Chinese artists: Liu Xiaodong.

SHOPPING
And 'one of the cult of Florence spring: do not miss the 80th edition of the International Crafts Show! In the classic location of the Fortezza da Basso, from 10.00 to 22.30, a showcase of excellence, a unique opportunity for small entrepreneurs and craftsmen quality worldwide.

FOOD
Here we are spoiled for choice. For a sandwich luscious, the mecca of street-food is all here. Really do not miss a stop at the Central Market, and for those who are looking for a stylish break and relax here for you our top list of local "24 non-stop" in the city.

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