Things to Do in Florence This Spring
As the days get longer, Florence and the Tuscan countryside are in full bloom. Just-right weather makes spring the ideal time to explore vineyards and medieval hill towns, while market stalls and restaurant menus brighten with fresh seasonal produce. Here are some ways to catch spring fever in Florence.
Buy what’s in season at the Central Market, and then turn your purchases into Florentine dishes with a hands-on cooking class.
Zip through Florentine hills covered with spring wildflowers on a vintage Vespa.
Enjoy the Tuscan countryside without the heat on a Chianti wine tour.
Climb to the top of the duomo for the best views in Florence.
Visit Pisa, Siena, and San Gimignano to soak up fresh air and Tuscan history.
Get inspired by Michelangelo and Botticelli at the Uffizi and Accademia Galleries.
Roll down the windows as you drive a classic Fiat 500 to a medieval Tuscan villa.
Learn to make two Italian favorites with a pizza and gelato workshop.
Pair art and architecture on a city tour that includes top museums and monuments like the Ponte Vecchio and Duomo.
Take a day trip to the Italian Riviera to hike between the colorful fishing villages of the Cinque Terre.