Oh, La Cite. Most every café in Florence is a quick exchange of coffee and money. However, I love nothing more than snuggling into a comfortable couch with a warm beverage in hand. La Cite provides a cozy atmosphere where you can spend endless hours relaxing with one of their paper back books. In addition to it’s laid back vibe, you can find live music, book readings seminars, screenings and performing arts at this literary café. This city within a city is covered in art and serves the best hot chocolate in the city.
Website
lacitelibreria.info
Address
La Cite, 20/r Borgo San Frediano, Florence, Italy
Current city: Florence
Dani Padgett is a Californian currently residing in Firenze, Italia studying fine arts and photography. Dani’s photographs are haunting portraits of understanding of one’s self and the cages we build and thus must destroy. Shooting completely in film, Dani’s photographs resemble the fog wrapped around the San Francisco bay and explore different shades of beauty that look like a whispered secret.
 

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