CICLO MUSEO GINO BARTALI
The location is dedicated to the Association Amici del Museo del Ciclismo "Gino Bartali" and to the Museum of Cyclism "Gino Bartali", which was promoted by the association.
Inside the Museum you’ll find the bikes which belonged to the best cyclism champions, (Giuseppe Olmo, Fausto Coppi, Antonio Maspes, ed una Stucchi perfettamente conservata), jerseys dating back to champions of the past (Gino Bartali, Fausto Coppi, Franco Bitossi, Alfredo Martini), Gino Bartali ‘s cups and biography…
PEDALANDO NEL TEMPOCYCLING THROUGH TIME
A very popular vehicle, the bicycle is nowadays well-loved by people of all ages and has become a symbol of healthy lifestyles and environmentalism. Its history is full of fascinating surprises. Cycling through Time highlights the most important phases in the development of two-wheeled vehicles, emphasizing their political and symbolic meaning in the context in which they appeared. It also focuses on the changing face of the "typical cyclist". The antique bicycles on display, heavily damaged by the 1966 flood in Florence and recently restored, were donated to the Museum by various collectors (Tantini, Ulivi, Galli-Tassi, Ricasoli Firidolfi) and they are not usually on display. In this exhibition they are accompanied by antique prints, posters and photographs.
MUSEO IDEALE LEONARDO DA VINCI
The Museo Ideale Leonardo Da Vinci, together with its permanent -and in progress- exhibition about Leonardo and his complexity, comes out from a continuous research as in a workroom of rediscoveries and wonders. According to the universal and very human genius, the Museum doesn’ t display the themes about Leonardo’s personality and work separately, but an interdisciplinary and in multifarious directions interlacement as a visible hypertext that, starting from Leonardo’s origins, involves unknown but fundamental aspects, a rereading of the sources and the most known masterpieces, the myth through five centuries…

ISTITUTO IL DAVID
The Istituto Il David is a school specialized in teaching the Italian language and culture to foreign learners. Our Italian language school, which owes its name to Michelangelo’s famous sculpture, is open all year round. It is located in the historical center of Florence, 5 minutes walk from the central railway station and from the most important monuments…

BLOG: BICYCLESPOKESMAN

….I am an avid bicyclist. This blog discusses bicycle touring and other bicycling related topics…..

CENTRO ITALIANO

Italian language, Photography and Art School in Florence.