Florence Museum Mega Collection

Florence is a highly renowned city, known as the world capital of art, the center of European culture, the birthplace of the European Renaissance movement, the birthplace of opera, and a world-famous cultural and tourist destination. Its museums mostly display works from the Renaissance period. Come and see if there are any works that will captivate you!

Bi Ti Palace

The interior of the Pitti Palace houses the Palatine Gallery, which collects 11 works by Raphael, as well as the Silver Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Costume Museum, the Pottery Museum, the Music Hall, and other collections, collectively known as the Pitti Art Museum.

Bajero Gallery

This building began in 1255 and was originally the seat of the Florentine government, so it is also called the Palace of the People. Later it became the headquarters of the police force. The Bargello Museum collects sculptures from the Renaissance, including masterpieces such as Michelangelo's Bacchus and Donatello's David.
One of Italy's most important art museums, the Uffizi Gallery is also one of the most important art museums in Europe. It displays the richest and most precious treasures left by the Medici family, who funded Renaissance artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Donatello, hence the rich collection of their artworks. The museum has over 100,000 exhibits divided into 46 halls, each of which is worth visiting. However, if time is limited, it is best to visit a few key exhibition halls. The most famous exhibits at the Uffizi Gallery include Botticelli's "Primavera" and "The Birth of Venus," Leonardo da Vinci's "The Adoration of the Magi," as well as Michelangelo's "The Holy Family" and Titian's "Venus of Urbino." The name "Uffizi" means "offices" in Italian, and this was once the Medici family's office. Later, the family descendants donated all their collections to the government, making it a public art museum. Today, the museum mainly displays paintings, while other sculptures are housed in the Bargello Museum. If travelling during peak season (May to September), it is best to book online in advance and arrive early, otherwise the queues will be very long.
The magnificent Strozzi Palace, located in the city of Florence, is a longstanding historical palace built in 1489 by architect Benedetto da Maiano. This palace once served as the residence of banker Filippo Strozzi, who was a rival of the Medici family. Before his return to Florence, Filippo had planned to build a grand residence to uphold the reputation of his family and secure his own political position. In the 1470s, he acquired and demolished many buildings to make room for his new construction. The wooden model of the new building was provided by Giuliano da Sangallo. However, Filippo Strozzi passed away in 1491, and it wasn't until 1538 that this majestic palace was completed. It was subsequently taken over by Grand Duke Cosimo I and returned to the Strozzi family 30 years later. The palace has now become an exhibition hall that regularly hosts cultural and art exhibitions.

Vasari corridor

The Vasari Corridor is a passageway in the old city district of Florence, connecting the Palazzo Vecchio and the Palazzo Pitti. It passes through the Palazzo Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery before crossing the Old Bridge. The corridor was built in 1565 under the supervision of Vasari.
The predecessor of the Saint Mark's Museum was a religious complex consisting of a church and a monastery located in the city of Florence, Italy. In the 15th century, two famous Dominican friars, Fra Angelico and Savonarola, resided in the monastery. The monastery also had a library built by Michelozzo, which housed some very valuable manuscripts. The monastery was built in the 12th century, originally managed by the Benedictine Order, then handed over to the Dominican Order brought by Fiesole. In 1435, they invited Cosimo de' Medici who lived in the nearby Medici Riccardi Palace to support the renovation of the entire complex, and two years later Michelozzo was entrusted to manage this project. With the help of others, Fra Angelico painted frescoes for each room. Medici also had a famous meditation room within the monastery. Today, this religious complex has become the famous Saint Mark's Museum, attracting a large number of tourists to visit.