24 Hours In Florence, Italy with Aida Mollenkamp

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Walk to Piazzale Michelangelo | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com
@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Mid-morning Tea at La Via del Te | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Shop Mercato Sant’Ambrogio | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Lunch at Enoteca Cantinetta Dei Verrazzano | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Stock up on local gems at Pegna | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Shop at A Piedi Nudi nel Parco and Luisa Via Roma | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Afternoon Snack at ‘Ino | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Spa Session At The Spa | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

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@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Aperitivos at Golden View Open Bar | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com
@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Drinks in Santo Spirito | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com
@saltandwind | Aida Mollenkamp's One Perfect Day in Florence | Sostanza Brown Butter Chicken Recipe | www.saltandwind.com | http://saltandwind.com

Aida Mollenkamp—our aperitivo-loving Editor-In-Chief and one-time Florence expat—invites us along as she heads out on One Perfect Day in Florence, Italy. 

I know Paris is the place for lovers, but, when it comes to romance and a city, I’ve always preferred Florence. From the ancient frescos to cobblestoned streets and the parks with phenomenal panoramas, it has my vote. It's a small city so it's easy to feel at home and most people visit the centro storico or historic city center. The right time of year—Fall and Spring are my favorites—means fewer tourists, so that you can almost feel like you live there, even if you only have One Perfect Day.

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