Florence’s new design spaces integrate to perfection with the old city, read on to discover more.

Take a twist on the classics when drinking in Florence.

Pineider’s new leather products combine modern design with sumptuous materials and time-honoured artisanal techniques. The leather goods, paper products and writing instruments available from its boutique in Florence are quintessential Italian hand-crafted quality.

Florence is famous for its artisanal leather. Age old producers and renowned craftsman have created beautiful pieces for centuries. 'Made In Italy' takes centre stage at some of these one of a kind boutiques in the city.

Having doubled in size thanks to a host of successful labels, this shop is one of Florence’s most visited spaces.

Those 1920s themed parties always pop out of nowhere, don’t they?

This charming tea boutique has more than magical, organic blends on the menu. Owner Marcela has some Argentine secrets infused into each tea bag.

Sample some incredible Neapolitan pizza at Santarpia, sworn by locally-bred Florentines to be the best in town. 

 This cafe lingers somewhere between 1926 and the present day, where Florentine hospitality reigns and tradition is not just a term among the nobility. 

You've walked the grand halls housing famous works, crossed the historic bridges and captured endless photos of life in Florence, covering everything from art to food. Now what?