Palazzo Vecchio

Religious establishments and museums aside, Florence features a wealth of historic edifices which match – and sometimes even exceed – by both grandness and artistic patrimony any of the formerly... Palazzo Vecchio

Palazzo Pitti

Palazzo Pitti is, some belief, the most impressive civil building in Florence, exceeding much by dimensions and artistic patrimony the Palazzo Vecchio. Paradoxically or not, the palace still bares the... Palazzo Pitti

Palazzo Davanzati

The Palazzo Davanzati is yet another historic building the significance of which is yielded by the museum it hosts. Built during the 14th century by the Davizzi family, a reputed... Palazzo Davanzati

Palazzo Rucellai

With respect to the Palazzo Rucellai, what is valuable about this historic edifice is it stands out as a fine example of architectural mastery, which is why the main controversy... Palazzo Rucellai

Palazzo Medici Riccardi

Long before moving to the Palazzo Vecchio and, subsequently, to the Palazzo Pitti, the Medici used to live in the Palazzo Medici, also known as Palazzo Medici Riccardi (due to... Palazzo Medici Riccardi

Palazzo Strozzi

Anyone can imagine a family such as the Medici, who can chiefly be equated with the Italian Renaissance, could not but generate by their presence and achievements in Florence some... Palazzo Strozzi

Palazzo Corsini

The history of the Palazzo Corsini is much vaster than the ownership of the Corsini family over the respective palace. Before belonging to the Corsini, the palace was a property... Palazzo Corsini

Palazzo Guadagni

The Palazzo Guadagni is the second most imposing building in Piazza Santo Spirito, next only to the Church of Santo Spirito, and it complements the picture of paradigmatic civil Renaissance... Palazzo Guadagni