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Basilica of San Lorenzo

The Basilica of San Lorenzo is one of the architectural jewels of the city.

This splendid sacred building, located in the heart of the San Lorenzo district, is a symbol of the grandeur and beauty of the Florentine Renaissance. The basilica, with its imposing facade and beautifully decorated interior, is a testament to the craftsmanship of the artists who contributed to its creation. Here you can admire works of art by great masters such as Donatello and Michelangelo, while immersing yourself in the history and art of Florence.


Basilica of Santa Maria Novella

Welcome to vibrant Florence, home to the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella, a masterpiece of Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This remarkable sacred building, located in the heart of the city, enchants visitors with its ornate facade and magnificent interior. Inside the basilica, you can admire exceptional frescoes by renowned artists such as Masaccio and Ghirlandaio, as you explore the fascinating architectural details and chapels steeped in history. The Basilica of Santa Maria Novella is a place of rare beauty and spirituality that will leave you breathless.


Cathedral, bell tower and baptistery

Welcome to the heart of Florence, where the Duomo, the Bell Tower and the Baptistery form a breathtaking triptych of architectural beauty and spirituality. The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, with its imposing dome designed by Brunelleschi, dominates the city landscape and enchants visitors with its majesty. Giotto's bell tower, with its finely sculpted details, offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city and its artistic treasures. The Baptistery of San Giovanni, with its gate of Paradise and golden mosaics, is a place of great historical and religious importance. These three monuments are witnesses of the artistic genius and architectural excellence that characterize Florence. A visit to this triptych is a unique and unforgettable experience that will immerse you in the art and spirituality of this extraordinary city.


Piazza della Signoria and the Palazzo Vecchio

Welcome to the majestic Piazza della Signoria, the political and cultural heart of Florence. Here stands the magnificent Palazzo Vecchio, a medieval fortress that symbolizes the power and pride of the city. This impressive building, with its watchtower and imposing facade, houses a myriad of outstanding art treasures and frescoes. The square itself is an open-air museum, with impressive sculptures such as Michelangelo's David and Neptune's Fountain adorning the surrounding spaces. The Piazza della Signoria is a fascinating and crowded place, where history comes to life and where you can feel the energy and cultural importance of Florence.


Uffizi Museum

Welcome to the Uffizi Museum, one of the most prestigious and celebrated art museums in the world. Located along the banks of the Arno River, this magnificent building houses a vast collection of masterpieces spanning centuries of art history. Here you can admire extraordinary works by renowned artists such as Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael, among others. Each room of the museum is a treasure trove of beauty and creativity, which will take you on a journey through Italian and international art. A visit to the Uffizi Museum is a unique cultural experience, which will leave you speechless in front of the incredible artistic wealth it holds.




One of the most iconic and fascinating places in Florence. This medieval bridge, which crosses the Arno River, is famous for its characteristic art and jewelery shops that line its banks. As you walk along the bridge, you can admire glittering shop windows and unique works of art, while breathing in the romantic atmosphere that permeates the air. The Ponte Vecchio is also an exceptional vantage point, from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the river and the historic buildings that surround it. A symbol of tradition and beauty, the Ponte Vecchio will enchant you with its timeless charm and millenary history.


Palazzo Pitti

Welcome to the majestic Palazzo Pitti, a royal residence that represents the grandeur and elegance of the Medici, the family that ruled Florence for centuries. Located on the opposite side of the Arno River, this sumptuous palace is surrounded by beautiful gardens, fountains and open-air works of art. Once inside, you can explore the opulent royal chambers, filled with frescoes, luxurious furnishings and priceless art collections. The Pitti Palace also houses several museums, including the Palatine Gallery, which houses masterpieces by Titian, Raphael and Caravaggio. A visit to Palazzo Pitti is an unparalleled experience, which will transport you to the golden age of Florence and leave you captivated by its timeless beauty.


Bargello Museum

A hidden gem in the heart of Florence. This fascinating museum is housed in the impressive Palazzo del Bargello, an ancient building that once served as a prison and seat of government. Within its walls, you will find an outstanding collection of Renaissance sculptures, including works by Donatello, Michelangelo and Giambologna. You will be able to admire the craftsmanship of the sculptures, which come to life with finely sculpted details and express intense emotions. In addition to sculptures, the museum also houses a large collection of decorative artwork, armor, and ceramics. A visit to the Bargello Museum will immerse you in the art and history of Florence, offering you a unique perspective on the artistic evolution of the city.


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