Category Archive: Tourism

Last chance to see Antony Gormely’s life sized sculptures at Forte Belvedere in Florence

Antony Gormley’s ‘Human’ is  on show at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence until tomorrow September 27, 2015. Visitors have one more sunny weekend to wander freely about the premises of the 1590’s Florentine… Continue reading

The avant-garde of contemporary garden design premières in the heart of Tuscany

A forward-looking show of contemporary gardens has been launched earlier at the end of June in Chianciano Terme, one the most renowned thermal resort in Tuscany. The hill-top town, characterized by its distinctive landscapes… Continue reading

Museo 900 in Florence: free entrance on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 June 2014

The Museo 900, that has been launched in Florence only last Tuesday 24th June, is opening for a weekend of free visits today 28 June and tomorrow Sunday 29. This museum was first conceived… Continue reading

The 9th edition of Fotografia Europea in Reggio Emilia – European Photography Festival extended to July 27th

  The Reggio Emilia 9th edition of FE Fotografia Europea, formerly closing on Sunday 15th June, has extended all the major exhibitions to July 27th thanks to the enormous critic and visitor success…So… Continue reading

Chinese artist Zhang Huan’s exhibit re-opens Forte Belvedere in Florence after a 5-year halt: can Mayor Matteo Renzi boost Florence’s reputation as a contemporary culture hub?

Earlier last July a grateful crowd of Florentines invaded the awesome terraces of the 16th century Forte Belvedere to celebrate the re-opening of the hill-top fort after 2 tragic accidents had caused the closure of the entire… Continue reading

Post Olympics thoughts on branding, marketing and tourism: the GREAT Britain Campaign

As Insidethegames.biz has just revealed, 2012 chairman Lord Sebastian Coe will lead the GREAT Britain campaign, promoting the country as a great place to visit, study, work, invest and conduct business following the Olympics… Continue reading

Closing weekend for major olympic summer Exhibitions: Damien Hirst at Tate Modern + Yoko Ono at Serpentine Gallery

London’s major arts Museums and Institutions have chosen some of the British greatest art icons to celebrate this glorious 2012 Olympic summer: the Tate Modern has shown a five month-long retrospective of Damien Hirst‘s work, the… Continue reading