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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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Piazza Ghiberti and Piazza Sant'Ambrogio MAP
Piazza Santa Trinita MAP
The Sassetti Chapel is situated in the Basilica of Santa Trinita, famous for frescoes depicting the life of St Francis which many consider to be Donenico Ghirlandaio’s masterpiece. The Gothic style chapel was acquired by Francesco Sassetti in 1478 when...MORE INFO
Florence is home to Italy’s finest museums, palaces and churches, and to some of the most important treasures in the world. The most visited sites include the Cathedral, the Uffuzi, Bargello and Accademia. The library of San Lorenzo features some exquisite...MORE INFO
Piazza SS. - Annunziata 12 MAP
The Ospedale degli Innocenti or ‘Hospital of the Innocents’, was created by Filippo Brunelleschi, and was originally an orphanage. It is considered one of the finest examples of Italian Renaissance architecture in its early stages, and built by the Silk...MORE INFO
Via Porta Rossa MAP
Loggia del Mercato Nuovo also popularly known as the Loggia del Porcellino is located in the Piazza della Repubbica. Built in the 16th century, the loggia was originally used as a place for selling fine goods such as silk – nowadays leather goods and...MORE INFO
Via Cavour MAP
Designed by Michelozzo di Bartolomeo for Cosimo de Medici, the Palazzo Medici Riccardi was built between 1445 and 1460. There are both Roman and Brunelleschian influences apparent in the building, along with famous rusticated masonry. The palace is testament...MORE INFO
Piazza Pitti 1 MAP
The Giardini di Boboli are home to a number of notable sculptures dating back to the 16th to the 18th centuries, along with several Roman antiquities. The gardens are located behind the Pitti Palace, seat of the Medicis, and are designed in a formal...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
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

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