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Attractions in Florence

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Florence. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Florence and the surrounding area.

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Via del Proconsolo, 4 MAP
The Museum has a remarkable collection of sculpture and works of art. It occupies an impressive building built for the Capitano del Popolo in the mid-13th century, which later became the seat of the Podestà and Council of Justice. Since 1865 the palazzo...MORE INFO
Piazza del Carmine 14 MAP
The Church of Santa Maria del Carmine is one of Tuscany’s most important Gothic churches. Featuring the billowing sails and feathers of the Medici family, the building is also home to a large art collection, many of the items donated by wealthy patrons...MORE INFO
Piazza dei Pitti MAP
Palazzo Pitti is a large Renaissance palace which dates back to 1458, the residence of Florentine banker Luca Pitt. It was later used as a base of power by Napoleon, and then even served as the main royal palace of newly united Italy. King Victor Emmanuel...MORE INFO
Piazza Santa Maria Novella MAP
The Church of Santa Maria Novella is an architecturally important building, and a fine example of a Gothic church. The exterior was designed by Jacopo Talenti, while the interior is home to an impressive collection of art, including Masaccio’s Trinta,...MORE INFO
Piazza Pitti, 1 MAP
The Gallery is located in the palace of the family which ruled Florence, and opened to the public in 1828. The building is a splendid example of Florentine Baroque and an ideal framework for its many notable works of art. Paintings by Titian, Raphael,...MORE INFO
Piazza San Giovanni, 7 MAP
Since 1436 the task of the Opera del Duomo has been to conserve important monuments, and from 1891 onwards it has also been designated as a place to house works of art. Michelangelo’s Pieta is located here – believed to have been intended for his tomb,...MORE INFO
Piazza Beccaria MAP
The 16th century Vallombrosian monastery of San Salvi has medieval roots but is constructed in late Renaissance style. The building features an important fresco of the ‘last supper’ by Andrea del Sarto as well as other religious works from the 16th century...MORE INFO
Via della Colonna, 36 MAP
The National Archeological Museum of Florence is situated in the Palazzo della Crocetta, which was built in in the early 17th century for Princess Maria Maddalena de Medici. Highlights include the Etruscan rooms featuring artifacts dating back to the...MORE INFO

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