Find the best gelato in Florence. Continue reading Top 10 Gelato in Florence
The best chocolate gelato in Florence, isn’t exactly in Florence but less than 5 km outside, and the perfect spot for an outdoor summer aperativo. Continue reading Bella Blu
Trendy ingredient driven artisan gelato with an eco-chic vibe. Continue reading La Strega Nocciola
Florence’s favorite ice cream and the inventor of the city’s signature flavor. Continue reading Badiani
Florence’s signature flavor of ice cream is the rich creamy double cream flavor called Buontalenti.
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Italian for slushy, but so much better! Theory is that the Arabs brought this sweet icy concoction to Sicily where they mixed their flavored syrups with the snow and ice of Etna and without a doubt, Sicily still has the best granita to be found. Paired with brioche, it makes a typical summer breakfast both cool and refreshing, and appealing in the hot Sicilian summer. … Continue reading Golossary: Granita
One of the oldest and most famous gelateria in Florence. Yes it is too touristy, but it is worth it for the best Chocolate Mousse gelato and Rice gelato around. Don’t miss it. Continue reading Vivoli
The Ben & Jerry’s of Florence with wonderful artisian ice cream chock-full of add-ins. Continue reading Il Procopio
This pocket-sized gelateria is nestled into a cozy little piazza in the Oltrarno. Space is so short that canisters of gelato are stacked one on top of another. The menu reads like a dance twirling through the Mediterranean and flirting with the Middle East. The aromatic ingredients used could have come straight from the spice bazaar. The nut flavors are unsurpassed. This is the place … Continue reading Gelateria della Passera
Perché No’s unique history goes back to being a traditional dairy store since 1939. Up until the war they were locally known for ice cream and whipped cream. They made it through wartime rationing, by creatively using what limited ingredients they had, including egg whites and apple puree, to mimic the tastes and flavors of their frozen treats. By the end of the war they … Continue reading Perché No!