Looking to plan a meeting or an incentive trip? Why not plan it to Florence, Italy? This city, which is paved in cobble stones, is filled with intertwining streets that transport people back in time. Florence has numerous museums which hold some of the greatest works from the Renaissance period. Additionally, Florence offers the very best of Italy: the food, the wine, the gelato, the coffee shops, and the welcoming natives.
If you are looking to bring a group closer together there are a range of activities that Florence has to offer. One of these activities is cooking. Getting groups involved in cooking lessons is both enjoyable and beneficial to group bonding. Taking a cooking class is one way that people can come together and experience working as a team. Exploring the wide variety of museums and churches is an additional way to strengthen group relationships. Activities can be planned around the various attractions including the statue of David, the Ponte Vecchio Bridge, and the Doumo. As a group, dine around the awe inspiring statue of David, visit the multitude of shops lining the Ponte Vecchio Bridge, or even take the ascent to the top of the Doumo to see the panoramic views of Florence.
With the vast possibilities that the city of Florence has to offer it is unlikely that you will have to look elsewhere for activities, but if you do, Sienna and Venice are only short train rides away. Enjoy the simplistic beauty of a gondola ride throughout the canals of Venice; or if you choose, take a trip to Sienna where group wine tastings can offer a pleasurable experience for all.
While cities like Florence and Venice allow visitors to experience some of the cultural wonders of Italy, they additionally allow guests to feel good about the eco-friendly practices that the cities’ support. These cities are built for people to walk through, allowing inhabitants the opportunity to see the atheistically pleasing sights of the city while being eco-friendly.