Photos by Natalie Rosenberg (Cornell University), Student Correspondent for CET Florence, Spring 2023
On my walk to school one morning, the sky was so clear, and the buildings were beautifully reflected on the Arno. I had to stop and take a picture!
This is the dessert cart at Buca Mario. This was one of my favorite meals in Florence, and the dessert was amazing! We ate three.
I visited the Ferragamo Museum, which I loved! It was super interesting to learn about the history of the company. Also, the museum focused on feminism in Italy and the evolution of women’s role in Italian society.
Pitti Palace is one of my favorite places to explore in Florence! There is so much art and history to learn about. I have been both on class field trips and on my own.
This is shrimp and lemon gnocchi from across the Renai building at High Bar. I love gnocchi and shrimp, so this lunch was perfect!
I went on a day trip to Cinque Terre. It was a gorgeous day, and I hiked between two of the villages. The views could not be beaten.
The Gucci Garden exhibit was super colorful and interesting. I enjoyed all the different rooms and learning more about this iconic Italian brand’s creative process.
I found the best study spot in Florence at the public library near the Duomo! I will miss this spot when I leave.
My best gelato combo yet – lemon, passion fruit, and blood orange. It was so refreshing on the hottest day we’ve had in Florence yet.
Boboli Gardens must be my favorite place in the city. Now that it is warm, I plan on going back often to lie in the sun and explore the grounds.