Summer is finally here and there are plenty of events to choose from when it comes to what to do in Florence in July.

Wondering what to do in Florence in July? The city offers plenty of concerts, exhibitions, shows and open-air events. The choice is truly vast and from our hotel in Florence we offer some ideas on how to spend your free time. Our staff is always at your disposal for suggestions and ticket reservations.

What to do in Florence in July 2023? Here is the calendar of events:

  • antiques market in Piazza Savonarola, 2 July;
  • Classical in Jazz concert. Palazzo Medici Riccardi, 3 and 4 July;
  • Best of Puccini concert. St. Mark’s Church, 4, 12 and 28 July;
  • dance Roberto Bolle & Friends – MusArt Festival. Piazza Santissima Annunziata, 15 July;
  • exhibition Guido Ferroni. Guido Ferroni, 1888-1979. L’antico sentimento della Pittura, Galleria d’Arte Moderna – Palazzo Pitti, until 16 July;
  • Venditti & De Gregori concert – MusArt Festival. Piazza Santissima Annunziata, 17 July;
  • concert David Garrett – MusArt Festival. Piazza Santissima Annunziata, 18th July;
  • concert Marco Masini – MusArt Festival. Piazza Santissima Annunziata, 19th July;
  • Florence Dance Festival, Chiostro Grande of the Basilica di Santa Maria Novella, 18 June to 20 July;
  • Concert Musics of the Italian and European Baroque. Palazzo Medici Riccardi, 25 and 26 July;
  • Apriti Cinema! Cinema in the open air – Summer 2023. Piazzale degli Uffizi, until 6 August;
  • Guido Ferroni, 1888-1979. The Ancient Feeling of Painting. Gallery of Modern Art – Palazzo Pitti, until 16 July;
  • exhibition, Germana Marucelli (1905-1983). Una visionaria alle origini del Made in Italy. Museum of Fashion and Costume – Palazzo Pitti, until 24 September;
  • exhibition Yan Pei-Ming. Painter of stories. Palazzo Strozzi until 3 September;
  • exhibition The Return of Giuseppe, Prince of Dreams. Palazzo Vecchio until 29 November
  • Summer in the Limonaia, Parco di Villa Strozzi al Boschetto, musical events and artistic performances until 30 September;
  • Giardino ArteCultura 2023. Giardino dell’Orticoltura, Via Vittorio Emanuele II, until 30 September;
  • tour With Shakespeare in Florence. Porta Romana until 31 December;
  • exhibition Lisetta Carmi. Playing loud, Villa Bardini until 8 October;
  • passeggiate nella Firenze della Liberazione, reservations required until 16 September;
  • exhibition “Luca Giordano. Maestro barocco a Firenze”, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, until 5 September;
  • exhibition Steve McCurry. Children, at the Museo degli Innocenti, until 8 October;
  • mostra Ghiberti, Verrocchio e Giambologna – Ospiti “illustri” da Orsanmichele, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, until 4 September;
  • exhibition Luca Giordano. Maestro barocco at Palazzo Medici Riccardi until 5 September;
  • exhibition Lucio Fontana. L’origine du monde, at the Museo Novecento, until 13 September;
  • exhibition Inside Banksy. Cathedral of the Image – Former Museum of Santo Stefano al Ponte, extended until 1 October.
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