Galleria Uffizi

Located next to the Palazzo della Signoria, overlooking the banks to the River Arno, the Uffizi museum are undoubtedly the best and most complete collection of works by the Renaissance to the world: Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, Giotto, Botticelli, Cimabue, Canaletto and many other important artists form a unique collection that shows works from the twelfth to the eighteenth century. The building originally was conceived and commissioned in 1560 by the Medici family and wa … Read more
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Located next to the Palazzo della Signoria, overlooking the banks to the River Arno, the Uffizi museum are undoubtedly the best and most complete collection of works by the Renaissance to the world: Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, Giotto, Botticelli, Cimabue, Canaletto and many other important artists form a unique collection that shows works from the twelfth to the eighteenth century. The building originally was conceived and commissioned in 1560 by the Medici family and was built to house the administrative and judicial offices of the city government (hence the name Uffizi); Doctors also entrusted the construction of the famous architect Vasari corridor linking the Palazzo della Signoria (government site) at the Pitti Palace, the palace of the Medici; this corridor, through the Old Bridge and across the river Arno, allowed the members of the family to go to work every day from the residence to the institutional building without running the risk of falling in numerous attacks organized by Families Florentine rivals. The Uffizi with about 2 million visitors a year are, along with the Vatican Museum in Rome, the most visited museums in Italy; that's why the best way to visit is a guided tour that will allow you to skip the long line of entry without wasting time and you know how to accompany such a large exhibition of works of art.

 

Not include the price of the ticket ; lasting 2-3 hours after which the visitor can still stay in the museum if desired.

 
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