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Best locations for the Bridal Shower in Florence

Best locations for the Bridal Shower in Florence

Bridal Shower in Florence – All bridesmaids want the Bridal Shower to be unforgettable and Florence has a lot of intimate places to make this event unique and beautiful. Whether you decided for a confidential dinner, an amazing relaxing afternoon at the SPA or a pleasant shopping in the city centre, here are suggestions of  best locations from Wed in Florence not to be missed.

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Intimate Dinner – Delicious meals and great cocktails are served in the restaurant of the famous Four Seasons, a 5 plus hotel very close to the Dome. This venue is the ideal place for tasting the authentic Tuscan cuisine with delicious appetizers and fave drinks.

For a breathtaking view over the river Arno, we recommend a dinner at the rooftop Sesto Restaurant in the Hotel Westin Excelsior. Make the bride feels special while chatting and sipping a Prosecco in front of the 360° view of Florence!

Afternoon at the SPA – Before the wedding there’s nothing more relaxing than a massage or manicure session at the SPA. To regenerate the body and get ready for the ceremony, enjoy a full day at the Golden Tower Spa which is located in the beautiful Piazza Strozzi. Choose within a wide selection of massages, beauty treatments in a warm and sensorial atmosphere!

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After the SPA it’s time for shopping! If you are looking for first class brands, the fashionable Via dei Tornabuoni is the best place. However, there are a lot of shops in the streets nearby that deserve to be visited! To shop the bridal gift go to Via della Spada with La Perla Lingerie or ottod’Ame for an Urban Chic and casual Outfit. Are you fancy about perfumes, frangances and ancient preparations? Don’t miss the Antica Farmacia di Santa Maria Novella just two minutes of the main train station.

Photo Credits: Sebastian David Bonacchi Photographer