Museums of Florence: enjoy the best of the Renaissance
Choosing which museums to visit in Florence could be a stressful activity because, once arrived, you will get in touch with one of the largest selection of architectures, museums and artworks of the world.
Florence is universally known as the capital of the art world thanks to the Medici Family, who led the city between the XV and the XVIII century, supporting arts and culture during the Renaissance.
Florence hosts an incredible and unique collection of paintings, sculptures, and art objects of all types, preserved in museums that every year attract millions of visitors from all around the world.
For a great tour of Florence do not hesitate to ask our staff, who will be glad to assist you with the organization of your visit, also by bookings tickets for your favourite museums and giving you precious information about the main attractions of Florence.
You obviously can’t miss the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most incredible museums in the art word: the heart of the exhibition comes from the Medici collection and represents the finest example of the Renaissance art.
Caravaggio, Cimabue, Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raffaello and Botticelli are only some of the immortal artists whose works are preserved in the Uffizi Gallery, where you will have the opportunity to admire some of the greatest artworks ever made.
The Galleria dell ’Accademia of Florence is the second most visited museum of the city and is particularly important for its wide collection of sculptures: here you can see some of the most important Michelangelo’s artworks like the David, the Prigioni or the San Matteo. Within these walls are preserved also works by Paolo Uccello, Perugino and Ghirlandaio.
Really close to our Hotel, in the shadow of the Cathedral of Florence, you will be able to visit the Opera Duomo Museum: it represents an incredible concentration of medieval and renaissance masterpieces by some of the most important artists of the time, like Donatello, Verrocchio and Michelangelo. In particular, you will see works that have been thought to adorn the incredible architectural complex that features Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, San Giovanni Baptistery and Giotto’s Campanile.
Art is in Brunelleschi Hotel’s dna and choosing one of our suites for your stay in Florence will allow you to satisfy your hunger for art and culture also during your moments of relax. Our exclusive whirlpool baths will give you a great relaxing time and thanks to our fitness area you will regenerate and prepare yourself for another day around Florence.
Art, culture and relax come together to donate you an incredible and unique experience.