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Pitti palace is one of the top must see visits in Florence. A journey into the Renaissance where the Medici lived. Spectacular gardens and museum.
Pitti Palace is now the largest museum complex in Florence. The principal palazzo block, often in a building of this design known as the corps de logis, is 32,000 square metres. It is divided into several principal galleries or museums.
The residence of the Grand Dukes of Florence is stunning and just behind it lay the amazing Boboli Gardens
A must see to learn about art and history of Florence over the last several centuries. Reserve tickets in advance to avoid any queue. The tickets are also valid to visit Boboli Garden!
The palace of the king when Florence was capital for a short number of years. Utter beauty. Don’t forget to go inside and roam around the Boboli Gardens.
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“It is the symbol of the city and, for more than seven centuries, the seat of its government. Palazzo Vecchio bears extraordinary testimonies from all the highlights of Florence's history and art. From the remains of the Roman-era theatre preserved underground, we move on to the sumptuous environments of the monumental districts decorated by famous artists of the 15th and 16th centuries, finally arriving at the spectacular panoramic views of the walkway and the tower. Among the masterpieces in the building, the Judith of Donatello, the paintings of Bronzino in the Chapel of Eleanor and the Genius of Victory by Michelangelo. Loggia dei Lanzi is called that because the Guard house of Grand Duke Cosimo I, who gathered under the Loggia, was partly made up of lansquenets. The construction dates back to the period between 1376 and 1382; the loggia was used to house the numerous popular public assemblies and official ceremonies of the Florentine Republic in the presence of the people, Starting from the 16th century, this space was destined to house some masterpieces sculptural, becoming one of the first exhibition spaces in the world. Among the statues most important we find Perseus Benvenuto Cellini”
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“Uffizi is one of the most important museums in the world which houses a collection of works ofart priceless deriving from the collections Medici, later enriched over the centuries by bequests, exchanges and donations. The building was commissioned by Cosimo I de ' Medici, had to have a "U" shape embracing the entire square to then flow into Piazza Signoria and was conceived to house the "Uffizi", is the administrative and judicial offices of Florence. Cosimo I also requested the construction of an overpass, still practicable, stretched between the new building and Palazzo Vecchio. Later, another passage was created that connected the Uffizi to the residence of Palazzo Pitti, the current Vasari Corridor. This "airway", reserved for the court for three centuries, to avoid the lords from mixing with the people, was opened to the public in 1865 Between 1842 and 1856, were inserted 28 marble statues in the niches of the pillars outside the Gallery, with illustrious Tuscans from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century. Among the most valuable of the series there are the statue of Giotto, Machiavelli ,Dante, Cellini Single ticket for Uffizi cost is 20€ (Free admission to the National Archeological Museum and the Museum of the Opificio delle Pietre Dure with the Uffizi ticket) Opening hours From Tuesday to Sunday 9am - 6.30pm Booking online Buying your tickets online. Use the B-ticket platform to book the day and the time you want to visit and then pay for your ticket/s. You will receive a confirmation email that you need to keep. Go to the museum ticket office. Present your confirmation email, either printed or on your smartphone or tablet, and you will receive your admission ticket/s. For the Uffizi, you will need to go to Door 3 (reservations), booking cost 4€”
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“It was the first and oldest bridge in Florence that crosses the Arno River at its narrowest point. It is said that during the Second World War, its beauty hit even Hitler was the only bridge in Florence not to be bombed by the Germans in 1944 especially Bridge Vecchio was saved thanks to the action of the German consul Gerhard Wolf who managed to convince the German military commander, not to mine the Ponte Vecchio in memory of this gesture there is a plaque on bridge named after Gerarld Wolf. Before reaching the splendour and fame for which he is known today, Ponte Vecchio, was the bridge of butchers and vegetables When the 2005 Corridor (1565) was built above the bridge, the shops were considered inappropriate and it was decided (1593) to evict the butchers to grant them to craftsmen and goldsmiths The shops of Ponte Vecchio all overlook the central passage and each has a cantilevered backroom on the river, which to look at it from the outside, almost seems to fall into the water. . In the middle of the bridge the workshops are interrupted with two panoramic terraces: the eastern one is topped by the famous "Vasariano corridor", while the other houses the monument of Benvenuto Cellini, also considered the most famous Florentine goldsmith.”
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“Best views over the city. We suggest to go up by foot starting at quartiere di San Niccolò. ”
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“This gallery is host to many of Michelango's sculptures including the world famous Statue of David. It attracts many tourists so be aware of long lines, strongly suggest to reserve your ticket online”
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