Renaissance Florence Tour

Discover the marvellous Italian Renaissance buildings and sights from both outside and inside.

Day 1: Renaissance Florence Tour

Pazzi Chapel

The construction of this striking chapel was funded by the wealthy Pazzi family and it is a wonderful showcase of Renaissance architecture.

Basilica of the Holy Cross

Rebuilt in 1294 by Arnolfo di Cambio on the site of a former Franciscan oratory, the basilica is now the largest Franciscan church in the…

Bargello Museum

This 13th-century palace is the oldest public building in Florence. It opened as a national museum in 1865 after it was used as barracks, a…

Uffizi Gallery

One of the greatest and best-known museums in the world is a must when in Florence.

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Santa Maria del Fiore

Nicknamed 'Il Duomo', this cathedral is probably the most famous sight of Florence.

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Florence Baptistery of St. John

This unique building is one of the oldest in Florence and is renowned for its unusual octagonal shape and carved bronze doors with…

Basilica of Santa Maria Novella

Built between 1246 and 1360 by Dominicans on the site of a former oratory, the church boasts a marble facade and it is a great example of…

Santa Maria Novella Square

This vast square is one of the main squares of the city. It was established in 1287 and started serving as a ground for festivals, fairs,…

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