This 15th-century palazzo is one of Florence's most impressive Renaissance mansions. It was built for wealthy merchant Filippo Strozzi,...
Via de' Tornabuoni
Renaissance palaces and the flagship stores of Italian fashion houses border Via de' Tornabuoni, the city's most expensive shopping...
Chiesa di San Gaetano
This small cafe is as famous for what it was – an 1815 child, Negroni inventor and hub of Anglo-Florentine sophistication during the...
Given its exclusive location in Palazzo Tornabuoni, this designer address is naturally ubertrendy. Taste different mozzarella cheeses...
Lonely Planet review
The last remaining bastion of genteel old Florence on Via de' Tornabuoni, this tiny cafe was born in 1885 opposite an English pharmacy as a delicatessen serving truffles in its repertoire of tasty morsels. Bite-sized panini tartufati (truffle pâté rolls) remain the thing to order, best accompanied by a glass of prosecco.