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Davanzati Palace

Palazzo Davanzati

Built in the 14th century by the Davizzi family, this palace is layered with history. Now it houses the Museum of the Old Florentine House.

Via di Porta Rossa 13, 50122, Florence, Italy

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Opening Hours

Mon - Sun: 8:15 a.m. - 1:50 p.m.


Full price: €2
Reduced price: €1
EU citizens up to 18 and over 65: free


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Attractions near to Davanzati Palace

  • Vecchio Bridge

    Crossing the Arno River, this closed bridge with archs is one of the oldest structures in Florence and an absolute must-see.

  • Florence Cathedral

    Nicknamed ‚Il Duomo‘, this cathedral is probably the most famous sight of Florence with its huge dome and amazing radiant facade.

  • Fountain of Neptune

    Famous sculptor Bartolomeo Ammannati designed this marvellous fountain in the 16th century. It is dominated by a statue of Neptune.

  • Florence Baptistry

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  • Giotto's Bell Tower

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  • Vecchio Palace

    Reminiscent of a fortress, this palace serves as a town hall and dominates Plaza della Signorina with its tall bell tower.

  • Uffizi Gallery

    No art connoisseur should miss this fantastic collection of Italian paintings and sculptures by Boticelli, da Vinci, Titian or Raphael.

  • Loggia dei Lanzi

    World-known spectacular sculptures are on display in this open-air gallery in the centre of Florence.

  • Piazzale Michelangelo

    This square provides simply astonishing views of Florence. If you want to take the best pictures, come here and shoot for life!

  • Accademia Gallery Florence

    Built to hold a single masterpiece – Michelangelo's Da­vid. There are other impressive works by this artist displayed here.

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