Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from Italian, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Florence is the cultural and economic centre of central Italy and Tuscany.
The city is deeply influenced by the extraordinary literary, artistic and scientific development that took place here, throughout the 14th and 15th century. Florence benefited from this social change in every possible way, and became one of the centres of innovative thinking and the Italian Renaissance.
Some of the world´s most brilliant minds such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Buonarroti, Dante Alighieri, Giovanni Boccaccio, Giotto, Niccoló Macchiavelli, amongst others, who all were pioneers in areas such as science, poetry, exploration, art and politics, were born in and around Florence.
What is there to do in Florence?
Florence’s most spectacular landmark is without doubt, the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, the city’s cathedral. Work on the cathedral started in 1296 and was finished in 1436 by Brunelleschi. Its famous dome was painted by Vasari and Zuccari. On the church’s right is the Piazza del Duomo, home to the Giotto bell tower, covered in white, green and red marble, it is a stunning example of Florentine Gothic architecture.
Another of the city’s landmarks is the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), which crosses the River Arno and is commonly called “lovers’ bridge”. From the river banks you can marvel at the carpenters’ and jewellers’ workshops that line the bridge on either side and whose owners have passed on their knowledge from generation to generation.
The Piazza della Signoria, is also worth a visit, the stunning square is home to a palazzo by the same name, a copy of Michelangelo’s David and Ammannati’s fountain of Neptune.
And if you are really interested in museums, in Florence you will get your money’s worth, as the city is home to one of the biggest in the world, La Galleria degli Uffizi (The Uffizi Gallery). It was originally supposed to house main administrative offices, but gained fame due to the extensive collections of paintings and statues it accommodates. The collection contains some of the most important pre- and post-Renaissance masterpieces of all times, by artists such as Da Vinci, Correggio, Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Rafaello and Botticelli. However there are also some works by German, Dutch and Flemish painters like Dürer, Rembrandt and Rubens.
Florentine cuisine will win you over with its authenticity and versatility. The city’s most famous dishes range from the simple “all’uccelletto”, beans with oil and tomatoes, to the unavoidable “fiorentina”, the famous Italian biscuit. The region around Florence is also home to Chianti, a typical Tuscan red wine, as well as Vino Santom, a desert wine, which is often offered to guests, accompanied by “cantuccini” (small almond biscuits).
At around 7pm you should go for an “aperitivo” in one of the many “Lungarni”, the little streets along the River Arno, where people of all ages come together to have a good time.