Travel through time surrounded by some of the most important masterpieces of art history, from Medieval to Renaissance and more.
Explore art through the eyes of Renaissance sculptors and their patrons, from Donatello to Michelangelo, dive in a world of marble and bronze.
Set inside the grand Pitti Palace, once home of the Medici family, this gallery of paintings displays the private collection of the Grand Dukes, with Raffael, Rubens and Titian amongst many more.
Admire Michelangelo's David, the world's most famous statue, surrounded by the stunning Prisoners, the unfinished works destined to be a signature of this great artists.
The most iconic building of the city, the true heart of Florence for over 700 years. Its fascinating history is written in the architecture and in the art that it is home to.
Discover one of the birthplaces of the Renaissance, seat of the magnificent tombs of the Medici family, created by masters like Brunelleschi, Michelangelo, Donatello and Verrocchio.
The church of Santa Maria Novella is deservingly famous for hosting great artworks from Medieval to Late Renaissance masters, from Giotto to Masaccio, Brunelleschi and Ghirlandaio.
This franciscan basilica is seat of the frescoes of Giotto, that started the city's great tradition of wall painting and it's the resting place of many of the great, from Michelangelo to Galileo.
This monastery was build under patronage of Cosimo the Elder of the Medici, founder of the family's fortunes and hosts the works of Beato Angelico, Fra Bartolomeo and Domenico Ghirlandaio.
Seat of the city's government since it was build in the XIV century, Palazzo Vecchio shows through stunning artworks how Florence turned from Republic to Grand Duchy under the Medicis.
Former palace of the 19th century art dealer Stefano Bardini, this museum is an immersion into antiquity and collectionism, displaying art by Donatello, Bernardo Daddi and others.
What was life like in a 14th century palace? This unique example of the passage from Middle Ages to Renaissance shows the lifestile of the rich merchant's family Davanzati.
Crossing the city center and walking by the buildings and monuments that show how Florence became the most thriving city of Europe's Middle Ages and the cradle of the Renaissance.
Once the Medici came to power they did not let go. A walk through the city's center in the name of it's most influential family and how they changed the face of Florence.