by Agata Bubrowiecka (Poland)
Studying Italian at a language school in Bologna is ideal for many reasons, not least because, as a major rail hub, it makes the perfect base for visiting many other wonderful Italian cities.
When I’ve finished my homework, that is!
So, today’s Saturday and I’m off to “La culla della Rinascimento”: Florence.
My Bologna-Florence high-speed rail ticket costs about 25 euros and the journey is less than an hour, city-center to city-center!
Florence is totally charming! I hardly know which way to look because there are so many beautiful things to see and I really don’t want to miss a thing!
My tour starts from “Piazza di Michelangelo”, a large, quiet square above the city, from which there’s an unmissable view of the old town.
From there, I head directly to the most exciting and interesting part of the city [Read more…]