• Palazzo Pitti

    Palazzo Pitti, purchased in 1550 by Cosimo I de’ Medici and his wife Eleonora di Toledo as the new...
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    Palazzo Vecchio Museum

    Palazzo Vecchio is a symbol of Florence. Built in 1299 as the seat of the Republic of Florence, it...
    No reservation required
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    Stefano Bardini Museum

    The Stefano Bardini Museum, in the Oltrarno district, is named after its founder Stefano Bardini (...
    No reservation required
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    Palazzo Medici Riccardi

    Palazzo Medici, which later added the name “Riccardi”, was commissioned in 1444 by Cosimo il...
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    Palazzo Strozzi Foundation

    Situated in the heart of Florence, between piazza Strozzi and via Tornabuoni, the Palazzo Strozzi...
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    Marino Marini Museum

    The Marino Marini Museum is located in the historic centre of Florence inside the former Church of...
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    Stibbert Museum

    The Stibbert Museum is one of the most charming and unusual museums in Florence. It is a house-...
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    Santa Maria Novella

    The extensive museum complex of Santa Maria Novella includes the church, a large 14th-century...
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    Brancacci Chapel

    The Brancacci chapel and its frescoes by Masaccio are located in the church of the Carmine, which...
    Booking obligatory
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    Museo del Figurino Storico

    The Museo del Figurino Storico in Calenzano is a small museum located on the hills outside of the...
    No reservation required
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    Fondazione Salvatore Romano

    The Fondazione Salvatore Romano is a small museum located right next to the Oltrarno church of...
    Booking obligatory
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    Medici Chapels

    The Medici Chapels are part of the Basilica of San Lorenzo, though are visited by a separate...
    No reservation required