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If you love the history of Tuscan art, you cannot miss this unique experience: Villa Cassia offers a magnificent adventure focused on discovering the charm of beautiful Florence.
These are the itineraries designed for you:*
(Reservations are accepted only for groups of at least two people)
*It is necessary to book a few days in advance
from the ancient Roman Florentia to the Florence Capital of Italy
This tour is perfect for those who visit the city for the first time and want to savor the charm of the centuries through a skilfully conducted itinerary, which touches the most significant places in Florence: the famous Piazza del Duomo with the majestic dome of Brunelleschi, the medieval district dear to Dante Alighieri, Piazza Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, up to the palace of Palazzo Pitti.
The itinerary is completed by a visit to one or both of Florence's most famous museums, the Accademia Gallery with Michelangelo's David and / or the Uffizi Gallery with masterpieces such as Botticelli's Primavera and the works of Michelangelo, Raffaello, Leonardo da Vinci and Botticelli.More InfoContact Us
from Brunelleschi to Michelangelo
Florence is known as the Cradle of the Renaissance and still bears its indelible marks. But what are the reasons for this extraordinary concentration of genius? And who are really its great protagonists? Undisputed men and artists of their time, we will meet them through their works, scattered throughout the city, trying to avoid the most crowded places. A perfect itinerary for those who need time and space to be enjoyed slowly.
The stages will be Piazza della Santissima Annunziata with the Ospedale degli Innocenti, the first Renaissance architecture signed by Brunelleschi with the decorative contribution of the Della Robbia (external), the Convent of San Marco with Beato Angelico (also internal), the Bargello Museum with the extraordinary sculptures by Donatello and Michelangelo, Palazzo Medici (exterior, courtyard and garden), Cathedral with Brunelleschi's dome (it will be possible to enter, but queuing which can also require long waiting times) and the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella (external and inside, the big names are those of Leon Battista Alberti, Masaccio, Ghirlandaio, Filippino Lippi and even Brunelleschi).More InfoContact Us
The Medici Family:
patrons of the arts and of culture
The Medici dynasty ruled the city of Florence for three centuries, between light and shadow, leaving the city with an artistic heritage of inestimable value. We will walk through the most important phases of the Medici dynasty through the places and works of art that marked their indelible passage in history. First stop will be Palazzo Medici, now Medici-Riccardi, the first sumptuous residence that still preserves the family chapel with "La Cavalcata dei Magi".
Follow the Basilica of San Lorenzo, the church on which they had the patronage and the Medicean Laurentian Library, where they opened the first public consultation library (still working today), the Medici Chapels, where Michelangelo signed undisputed masterpieces and again Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio, that Cosimo I transformed into Palazzo Granducale. The greatest artists worked for them: Brunelleschi, Donatello, Michelangelo, just to mention the most famous names. For the tireless you can add Palazzo Pitti with the possibility of seeing the family treasures, from the Argenti to the Quadreria.More InfoContact Us
agony and ecstasy
A path entirely dedicated to the genius of Michelangelo through the masterpieces of the great master, from his youth to maturity. Through his marbles we discover the man Michelangelo, his temperament, his passions, his political creed, Florence and the Rome of his time. At the Accademia Gallery, the David and the Prisons, the Cappelle Medicee with The Sagrestia Nuova, the incredible allegories of time that goes by and everything worn out, meditation on the passage between life and death of Day and Night, of Dawn and Twilight.For those who want to learn more, we can include the Bargello Museum, a privileged place to enjoy great sculpture masterpieces and the Laurentian Library, the master's architectural masterpiece. More InfoContact Us