L’Ugolino est une partie incontournable de l’histoire du golf italien : c’est sur son parcours, le long de la via Chiantigiana, que se sont disputées de nombreuses compétitions et de multiples Championnats Nationaux. Nombreux sont les joueurs de niveau national et international qui s’y sont essayés.
Le nombre de Médaillés de l’Ugolino est l’un des plus élevé et glorieux de tous les clubs de golf italiens, et il est impossible de citer tous les joueurs qui ont contribué à son immense succès.
L’Ugolino a également fait partie de nombreux Open Internationaux et le souvenir le plus fabuleux reste l’épreuve de l’Open International d’Italie en 1983 qui fut remportée par Bernard Langer, après une lutte passionnante avec Severiano Ballesteros et Ken Brown, à l’issue d’une compétition qui opposa également sur le terrain Greg Norman, Mark James, Costantino Rocca, Baldovino Dassù, et bien d’autres sportifs célèbres du Tour Européen.
Tous les clients des hôtels de la Lungarno Collection bénéficient de tarifs spéciaux au Club de golf de l’Ugolino. Il est nécessaire de réserver à l’avance.
The destination is the journey itself.
One of the best parts of any vacation is when you return home and share your photographs with your loved ones. Let Leica and Portrait accompany you in this adventure.
In the constant search for innovation in hospitality, Portrait finds in Leica an ideal partner to build an out of the ordinary photographic experience presenting a surprising slice of life for its clients.
A day to discover a unique Florence: one that clients will be able to see through the lens of one of the best Leica cameras, interpreting their own emotions. Guiding them in this adventure between technical know-how and playful experience, an internationally renowned photographer which we have chosen. A true “workshop by foot”, to live and recreate day by day living through the faces of ordinary people and places, with humor, curiosity, momentum and sometimes poetry.
And at the end of the day, your Leica store manager will save all the images taken in a USB Key.
Available at € 800 per day (we recommend requesting the Leica experience upon making your reservation – confirmation is subject to availability of our photographers)
A deposit of 50% will be charged at the time of reservation.
A 7 days cancellation policy will apply. After this term, the deposit will not be refunded.
Information and Reservations
Lifestyle Team Portrait Firenze
Phone +39 055 2726 8000
The cameras that will be used during the workshops are the Leica M Type 240 with lens 35 or 50, and the Leica T with optical zoom 28-85.
When shooting with a Leica M system camera you will put into practice a different kind of photography.
The rangefinder cameras are fast, silent and very compact, so you can get closer to the action with the greatest discretion. The Leica M has intuitive controls and is simple to use, with no unnecessary functions or complex menus. Ultimately, the M-System provides photographers with the opportunity to focus on the essential: the images.
All objectives are characterized by the remarkable compactness combined with an enthusiastic light, although having been designed without compromise for a good image quality even from the opening f / 1.4. In photographing with natural light, one has a unique atmosphere with a reduced depth of field.
The Leica T system follows exclusive principles bringing everything back to the essentials – completely devoted to the pleasure of photography
A clear and precise idea is essential for the very nature of photography. Denying it is not a good way to start, while the merge of intent is. A fusion of style, craftsmanship and ease of management – a symbiosis of all the best. Discover the whole story – and how Leica and Leica T open completely new roads in the world of photography.
Florence, class of 1976 Gianluca Panella is now one of the most appreciated photo-reporters at an international level.
Today he is one of the 50 award winning photographers in 2014- among more than 6000 participants- at the World Press Photo, the most important recognition in international photo-journalism. Student and collaborator of the legendary Massimo Sestini, he now works as a freelancer travelling between Europe and the Middle East, the Balkans and Africa.
Tattoo artist from the age of 19, Gabriel began his career very early, after obtaining a Diploma in Fine Arts. Today, now in his thirties, is a photojournalist appreciated all over the world and has collaborated with prestigious international magazine like the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, Espresso, Repubblica, Panorama, Sportweek and Wall Street Journal.