Discover the marvelous journey of art

The culture and history of Florence are immensely proud. The city preserves countless intangible cultural heritage, and art galleries are one of them. The entire city has many museums, some are free, some are paid, and some require advance reservations. Florence itself is a famous historical city in Europe, and its squares and streets are all open-air museums. Consider purchasing the Florence Card, which includes tickets to many attractions and is very cost-effective.

Bajeruo National Museum

The Bargello Museum in the center of Florence is one of the city's oldest buildings, not far from the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and also a representative of Florentine Gothic architecture. As the second largest national museum in Florence, the Bargello Museum mainly focuses on displaying sculpture art from the Renaissance period, which is different from the painting art specially exhibited at the Uffizi Gallery. Here, you can admire a series of exquisite Renaissance sculptures such as Michelangelo's "Bacchus" and Donatello's "David", which is a rare cultural journey.

Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi Gallery is located in Florence, Italy and is the oldest and most famous art museum in the city. It was donated by the Medici family. Visitors can rent audio guides to gain a deeper understanding of the historical background and stories behind these precious collections. It is a place of rich knowledge, enabling visitors to continuously benefit and learn.

Florence Academy of Fine Arts Museum

The National Academy of Fine Arts in Florence is a prestigious institution with a long history of providing higher education in the arts. It was one of the first art schools to be established during the medieval period and is considered one of the oldest art schools in the world. Its most prized possessions are the sculptures "David" and "San Matteo" created by Michelangelo. Visitors may enter the museum for an additional fee of 5 euros but are reminded that photography is not allowed inside. Take the time to appreciate and admire the exhibits.