Unbeatable views from your room over the river Arno and the magical city of Florence, with its many masterpieces of art, promise you the world.
Countless museums, churches, palaces, and enchanted gardens are yours to discover. A paradise of culture all ages will enjoy.
Museums of Florence
Giotto, Fra Angelico, Masaccio, Pietro della Francesca, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, Caravaggio, Titian…
The famous artists of the museums of Florence are yours to enjoy through the extraordinary services of the Lungarno Collection. Visit the Uffizi in the company of the best city guides without standing in line, enjoy a private visit of Michelangelo’s David at the Academy, or loose yourself in the beauty of Raphael at the Pitti Palace. Our Concierge is at your complete disposal to make all dreams come true.
Set in Hollywood, it’s about the shoemaker of the stars, how the Americans would call Salvatore Ferragamo fondly, about Italian fashion, about friendships with famous actresses and about his enormous success on the movie sets. At the age of 30, Salvatore Ferragamo returns to Italy and chooses Florence as his second home.
Here he finds a city with a long standing history of art, elegance, refined taste for beauty, inspiring shapes, fine materials, and extraordinary craftsmanship.
Former home to one of the noblest families in Florence, a symbol of wealth and since 1489 a reference point for Italian and Tuscan architecture.
Palazzo Strozzi is the most influential exhibition center in Florence since the end of World War 2, allowing visitors to go back in time and relive the glories of the Renaissance.
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is considered one of the most important museums worldwide, featuring extraordinary art collections from Giotto, Simone Martini, Cimabue, Piero della Francesca, Botticelli, Leonardo, Raphael, Caravaggio, Dürer, Rembrandt and Rubens. Would you like to discover hidden masterpieces in the museum’s archives and other secrets of Florence? Please contact our concierge to conveniently organize your entrance tickets and one of the most knowledgeable guides available.
Since Michelangelo’s David was removed from the Piazza della Signoria in 1873, the monumental splendor of this unique masterpiece can be found in the setting of the Academy Gallery.
Together with additional works of the Florentine genius, such as his four unfinished Prisoners and a statue of Saint Matthew, you may admire an outstanding collection of Florentine paintings from the thirteenth to the sixteenth century.
Museum of San Marco
Discover the peaceful atmosphere of San Marco, where you hear your footsteps echo and the original vision of Fra Angelico is ever-present.
The extensively frescoed Dominican convent from 1436 houses the former reside of Jerome Savonarola, a Dominican friar and one of the greatest players of the Florentine Renaissance.
A splendid day filled with beauty, art, history and nature awaits you.
A true Florentine jewel is the Pitti Palace, former residence of the grand dukes of Tuscany and the sovereigns of Italy and home to magnificent collections of paintings, silver, porcelain and costumes.
Discover works by Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio and the infinite variety of the Boboli gardens with its many trees, statues, grottos and fountains.
Frederick Stibbert – a man and his museum. A collector, educated at Cambridge, English but born in Florence in 1838, in love with Italy and a participant in the Garibaldi campaigns.
Frederick Stibbert turned his home into a beautiful and refined museum of art. Discover an atmosphere of exquisite elegance and unique collections of antique European, Islamic and Japanese arms, classical paintings, porcelain and costumes.
The ancient park surrounding the villa is truly charming.
Remember and Imagine
In collaboration with Felice Limosani, an artistic visionary, the Portrait Firenze exhibits the installation ‘Remember and Imagine’ a tribute to Florentine artisans who in the 500’s were able to create virtues and timeless beauty. A glass diamond kaleidoscope provides a digital interpretation of the marble floors of the Santa Maria del Fiore Duomo offering a symbolic metaphor of the human capacity to remember the past and imagine the future.