Want to avoid the teeming crowds with your own personal art gurus and private views of the city's artistic masterpieces? Want to find the city's finest artisans and craftspeople supplying stunning handmade fabrics, paper, jewels, leather goods, stationery and shoes? Want to lose the hoi-polloi and discover lesser known Renaissance marvels? Want to find the city's best artists for mosaics, gilding and trompe l'oeil? Want the very best of Tuscan wine and cuisine from mom n'pop hideaway tratts to 3 star Michelin salons? Want to avoid the tourist trails and discover the atmospheric backstreets of this fascinating city? Well now you can.Heaving with entries featured in no other guide, the "LUXE Florence" is not only a travel companion; it's a lifestyle necessity. Famed for eschewing the usual padding of pointless photographs and verbose descriptions, it cuts to the jugular, listing hundreds of destinations in the distinctive, hyper-opinionated "LUXE City Guides' style of short, sharp, and to the point reviews. But most of all LUXE has fun. Whether you have a few hours or a few days, "LUXE City Guides" are really all you need in any of these gorgeous cities.
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