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Santa Maria del Fiore

Santa Maria del Fiore

4.6/51,331 Reviews
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Church
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Open from 1/1-12/31,10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is the main church of the Catholic Diocese of Florence. It is the third-largest cathedral in the world and a symbol of the Italian city. In 1982, the cathedral was listed as a World Heritage Site and part of the historical center of Florence. The outside of the church is matched with bright red, dark green, and white marble to form spectacular geometric designs that display the classical, elegant and free interpretation characteristic of the Renaissance era. It is both dramatic and beautiful from any angle.
Palazzo Pitti

Palazzo Pitti

4.5/5230 Reviews
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Palace
Palatine Art Gallery + Modern Art Museum Coupon: 8:15-18:50 (Tuesday-Sunday), stop selling tickets at 18:05, clearing off at 18:30, Monday, January 1, May 1 Closed on December 25th; Boboli Garden + Costume Museum + Silver Museum + Porcelain Museum: 8:15-16:30 (November - February), 8:15-17:30 (3 Month), 8:15-18:30 (April, May, September, October), 8:15-17:30 (October), 8:15-19:30 (June, July, August), stop the entrance 1 hour before closing, and close on the first Monday, January 1, May 1 and December 25 of the month; the Grotta Buontalenti cave in the garden is to be accompanied by a special person. The opening hours are: 11:00, 13:00, 15:00 (all year), another increase of 16:00 in March-September, and an additional 17:00 in April-September (Local time)
Built in the 15th century by the Pitti family, the Palazzo Pitti houses one of the biggest art galleries in Florence. The building itself has housed a number of illustrious personages, including the Medici family, which bought it in the 16th century, Napoleon and the royal house of Italy. However, the king of Italy opened it to the public in 1919, since when it has housed a charming collection of art. Visit the Galleria Palatina to see works by Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian, Perugino and Peter Paul Rubens, all masters of Renaissance art. The museum also hosts silver pieces, modern art and a number of temporary exhibitions, which you can see in the White Room, or Sala Bianca.
Museo Casa di Dante

Museo Casa di Dante

4.4/5175 Reviews
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Museum
Famous Residences
Medici Chapel

Medici Chapel

4.6/546 Reviews
Church
Cemetery
Historical Site
Open from 1/1-12/31,8:15am-6:00pm (Local time)
Palazzo Rucellai

Palazzo Rucellai

4.5/524 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 23 reviews
Historical Architecture
Palace
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Forte di Belvedere

Forte di Belvedere

4.2/517 Reviews
Castle
Villa Gamberaia

Villa Gamberaia

4.5/512 Reviews
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Garden
Just outside the borders of Florence lies this 16th villa known mainly for its magnificent gardens.
Palazzo Corsini

Palazzo Corsini

4.5/55 Reviews
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Castle
Vincigliata

Vincigliata

5/55 Reviews
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Castle
San Gimignano 1300

San Gimignano 1300Nearby City

4.5/564 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Ancient Settlement
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Open 24 hours (Local time)
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