More interesting thAn uffizi. Classic art and modern art. the garden is not very special.the rooms are very beautiful decorated. Nice cheaper piazza's in the neighbourhood
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While so many stay on one side of the river there are many delights and treasures if you cross one of the bridges to oltrano area. This is the home of the great family of Florence the medicci's. Built to impress both the lowly and...More
Located just across the River Arno after crossing Ponte Vecchio you will find this vast Palce which houses some of the many treasures in Florence, the gardens are beautiful, especially if you enjoy walking, my advice is take a hat and a bottle of water.,...More
Palazzo Pitti is on the other side of the river from the Duomo, but definitely worth seeing! The palace itself offers in an interesting collection and historical rooms, but the gardens are, for me, the real highlight. The Boboli Gardens are one of my favorite...More
Absolutely stunning museum. Rich in history, the treasures on exhibition is priceless. This is a must see if in Florence.
Having visited the Palace of Versailles, we were excited at the prospect of visiting Florence's premier museum and gardens. However, on arrival we queued for tickets, encouraged by the small queues during the mid afternoon. We encountered our first poor quality service by the staff....More
My husband and I visited on our own while in Florence. We bought both the garden and the palace tickets, the morning off, with no waiting in line. The gardens were incredible! Be aware that you will do a lot of walking, both up and...More
Ah, yes. Palaces. Is there even a single palace in the world that could get a negative review? Seriously, if you are in Florence, go see it. Its rooms are gorgeous and the art displayed in them just as much. Absolutely beautiful.
The museum is beautiful with plenty of artwork & statues to please everyone. Three floors of art. If you are an abled person, you definately should see it. Another matter if you have mobility issues. If you use a wheelchair or scooter to get about,...More