About Florence

Florence is the birthplace of Renaissance and is famous for its Renaissance architecture of noble palaces, squares and churches. 
With countless galleries and museums. Florence is the place for art and history-lovers. Millions of intellectuals, pioneers, traders and artisans have been passing through Florence for centuries and have shaped the Tuscan capital.

Florence combines modern and effi cient congress venues with an exhilarating atmosphere. The congress venue is Fortezza da Basso, an example of Renaissance architecture, which is located in the historical city centre. Hotels, restaurants, shops and historic buildings are in close proximity.

Climate in Florence

Florence has a humid subtropical climate, tending to Mediterranean.
The day-time temperature in early September 
ranges between 27 and 32 °C.

Ponte Vecchio

Ponte Vecchio, ©Giuseppe Mondi @Unsplash

Florence Street Life

Florence Street Life, ©Cristina Gottardi @Unsplash