This time, Made Of Tuscany leads you on foot to discover one of the most beautiful movie sets in the history of the big screen. Will you be able to recognize the places in Florence that served as the backgrounds for some very famous films?
The architecture and the sculptures of Florence, in fact, have the power to make everyone fall in love, including the greatest directors.
Walk with us through the places where many great actors, such as Anthony Hopkins (Hannibal) and Tom Hanks (Inferno), have passed; Relive the love story of James Ivory's masterpiece "A Room with a View" or imagine slapping the passengers of a departing train with Ugo Tognazzi, as in the immortal scene of "Amici Miei" by Mario Monicelli.
You will understand why the great American and Italian productions have come to the banks of the river Arno to set their films and you will see live those palaces and those landscapes that until today you had only seen on the big screen.
The Franco Zeffirelli International Center for the Performing Arts, promoted by the Director himself, collects and exhibits the entire cultural and artistic heritage of his career, spanning almost seventy years. The Centre vaunts a hall for classrooms, workshop spaces, concerts and film projections.
The museum includes, among stage sketches, drawings and sketches of costumes: more than 250 works by the director Franco Zeffirelli.
The itinerary of the exhibition - divided into chronological order from the theater of prose to the opera in music up to the cinema - is developed by themes and includes the theatrical productions and film productions which, accompanied by stage photos, mark the main stages of the artistic journey by Maestro Zeffirelli.
Available days: Everyday, except Monday
Bookable Starting Time: From 9:00 am to 03:00 pm
Duration: 3 hours
English, Italiano, Francais, Deutsch, Español
Adult rate: The rate of the tour depends on the number of people. CALCULATE YOUR OWN RATE!
Child rate: From 6 years to 17 years with ID. Please insert number of people!
Meeting Point: Ponte Vecchio - Statua di Benvenuto Cellini