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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 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
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 di Madonna degli Aldobrandini MAP
The Medici Chapels are attached to the church of San Lorenzo and is where Giovanni de Medici, was buried in 1429. The other Medici’s followed suit with his son Cosimo buried here, and in 1520 it was decided to build a family tomb here. Michelangelo began...MORE INFO
Piazza della Stazione MAP
The Spanish Chapel is annexed to the church of Santa Maria Novella, one of the most impressive surviving examples of 1360s Florence. Although it was called the Spanish Chapel it started as a chapter house of the Dominican friars. Entirely frescoed, the...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
Via Luigi Carlo Farini, 4 MAP
The synagogue was built in the late 19th century and designed by architects Professor Vincente Micheli, Mariano Falcini, and Marco Treves. Colorful on the outside, with impressive beige and red stripes, the inside follows suit with the whole synagogue...MORE INFO
Piazza del Duomo MAP
Giotto’s Campanile is part of the complex of buildings making up the Cathedral. The tower is a fine example of Gothic architecture, designed by Giotto in rich sculptured marble decoration. The campanile has seven bells including the Camanone, which is...MORE INFO
Piazza Pitti, 1 MAP
The Porcelain Museum is located in the ‘Casino del Cavaliere’, which overlooks the Gardens of Bobobi. Here, visitors can view beautiful porcelain tableware which belonged to the royal families of Tuscany including the Medici’s, Lorraine’s and Savoy’s....MORE INFO
Via Porta Rossa 13 MAP
The Museum of Palazzo Davanzati was built in the 14th century and owned by the Davanzati until 1838. It first opened to the public as a museum in 1910, as a reconstruction of an old Florentine house, with furniture and household items from the 14th to...MORE INFO
Piazza del Carmine 14 MAP
The Brancacci Chapel – Cappella Brancacci is a tiny chapel reached via the cloisters of the Santa Maria del Carmine church. The chapel miraculously survived a fire in 1771, in which everything else was destroyed in less than four hours. Commissioned...MORE INFO

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