Whatever your passion, Lungarno Collection will help you live it in extraordinary style. From exclusive explorations of historic cities to gourmet gastronomic experiences, days out in the great outdoors and much more, make time your friend in Italy.
Escape from the city and explore the charms of San Gimignano and Siena. Wander around peaceful side streets, gasp at artistic masterpieces and stand in awe of unique histories in two towns with big personalities.
In collaboration with Felice Limosani, an artistic visionary, the Portrait Firenze exhibits the installation ‘Remember and Imagine’ a tribute to Florentine artisans who in the 500’s were able to create virtues and timeless beauty. A glass diamond kaleidoscope provides a digital interpretation of the marble floors of the Santa Maria del Fiore Duomo offering a symbolic metaphor of the human capacity to remember the past and imagine the future.
To discover the beauty of the landscapes surrounding Florence, choose the exclusive sustainable mobility service designed by our partner Pirelli: Cycl-e Around TM. At the Portrait Firenze, new premium e-bikes with pedal assistance are waiting for you to move freely and live unique experiences.
Perfect balance between man and nature. Recognized as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, Val d’Orcia had long been celebrated by the painters of the Sienese school. The route that crosses the province of Siena and Grosseto, displays the most characteristic landscapes of Tuscany and a land full of beauty and history. Hills dotted with cypress trees, the “source square” of the Vignoni Thermal Bath, the Renaissance dream of Pienza and San Quirico d’Orcia in its Romanesque splendor. On the culinary side we recommend pici pasta, a glass of Brunello and some Tuscan pecorino cheese DOP.
The twelve districts of Siena are at combat in a race that perfectly resembles the spirit of this extraordinary city. The Palio race, with its horses and jockeys, dates back to the 13th century and is a manifestation of independence, pride and strength of glorious medieval times. The two races take place on July 2nd in honor of the Madonna of Provenzano, and on August 16th on the day of the Assumption. Discover what drives the participants to give it their all – a once in a lifetime event not to miss!