The most famous and one of the finest palaces in Florence. The prototype of
Renaissance civil architecture.
It is quite a climb, but so very worth it. One of the most incredible places
in Florence. Superb view!
This collection covers documents, manuscripts, and drawings relating to the
great writer and artist.
The massive, Romanesque, crenellated fortress-palace is among the most
impressive town halls of Tuscany.
Situated on the Piazza della Signoria, in front of the Palazzo Vecchio.
Designed by Bartolomeo Ammannati.
One of the greatest museums. Premier collection of Italian Renaissance art,
featuring works by Botticelli,Titian, Michelangelo and da Vinci.
Former residence of the grand-dukes of Tuscany and later of the King of Italy
now houses several important collections of art.
The most famous of all Florence's treasures consists of three segmented
arches, the main arch being some 30 metres wide.
The building consists of wide arches open to the street. Now serves as an
open-air sculpture gallery.
An unrivalled collection of Italian Renaissance sculpture. The most
illustrious member of the collection is Donatello's David.
A free-standing campanile that is part of the complex of buildings on the
Piazza del Duomo. Climb its 414 steps for a superb view!
One of Florence's oldest buildings – and most extraordinary. Best known
for its elaborately sculpted doors.
Dominating the Florence skyline is the russet-domed cathedral, with its
furiously pretty façade in green, pink, and white marble.
One of the largest and oldest churches of Florence, founded in the late 4th
century. The testimony to the Medici family.
Opulently decorated in marble, gold and jewels, these chapels are a
celebration of the famous and powerful family – the Medicis.