Fascinating and exciting experiences are created when we give ourselves the chance to enjoy the best life has to offer. And this very much includes both the modern things, which are current trends and ancient ones that bring the ecstasy feeling to help us to relive historic moments. One of the ways of enjoying this fantastic opportunity is to visit new places or travel somewhere far away from home, somewhere like Italy obviously, evident from the renaissance in culture and architecture.
Generally, Italy is known as the perfect location for tourist attraction because of its famous local food, museums, churches, elegant buildings and many more. However, as a regular traveler or a first-time tourist, Florence, in Italy is one place that graces your sight and memory with its monuments, exquisite art, and particularly the beautiful hotel in Florence, Italy.
Several hotels in Florence catch the eye. However, below are a few museums you must see in Florence during your visit.
- Uffizi Gallery
The Uffizi gallery is about renaissance art. Its reputation for being one of the most famous galleries in Europe precedes it. It has up to 50 rooms filled with world-class arts and paintings like Botticelli’s Allegory of Spring and Birth of Venus, Michelangelo’s holy family, da Vinci’s Annunciation and other remarkable artistry by Raphael and Caravaggio on display below its amazing frescoed painted ceiling. After visiting this museum and staying in the magnificent hotels in Florence there is no doubt that you would want to return and refer it to other tourist
The Medici family formerly owned to the Pitti Palace. Now, it houses numerous galleries that display artworks dating as far back as the 16th century to modern day art. It also has some ball gowns on display that was worn by the royal family in the 16th century. It has the Boboli gardens with incredible sculptures, grottoes, and fountains that will take your breath away. Also, you will want to check out the Palatine gallery that has remarkable artwork by Raffaello Tiziano, Caravaggio, and Rubens.
- Palazzo Strozzi
Once an old palace, this gallery is now a home for temporary long-term exhibitions passing through Florence, Italy. Themed galleries and modern arts use this venue when they are in Florence. There are always new exhibitions to discover since it is a city that is overflowing with rich art and artist.
- Gucci Museum
This museum will feel like heaven for fashion enthusiasts. As the name implies, it is a museum that displays the history of Gucci fashion from inception. The documentation of the growth and progress of Gucci shows how much the brand has evolved over the years. Round off the day’s excitement with a stylish lunch at the Gucci restaurant outside the museum. Visit the Piazza Della Signoria if this appeals to you.
- National Museum of Bargello
The national museum of Bargello was formerly a prison, but now it is a museum that goes by many names some of which include Museo Nazionale di Bargello, Palazzo del Bargello or Palazzo del Popolo. Whichever name you know it as, it is a destination to visit when in Florence because of its numerous paintings, architecture, sculptures and artworks.