Three-hour walking tours of the city (€42.50) and half-day Chianti trips (€67.50). Reserve by phone or in person at Amici del Turismo.
Cenacolo di Sant’Apollonia
Once part of a sprawling Benedictine monastery, this cenacolo harbours arguably the city’s most remarkable Last Supper scene. Painted...
Cosimo the Elder entrusted Michelozzo with the design of the family's townhouse in 1444. The result was this palace, a blueprint that...
Arrive by noon to ensure a stool around a shared table at this noisy, busy, brilliant trattoria – a legend that retains its soul (and...
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Lonely Planet review
This unassuming little shop resembles dozens of others, but closer inspection reveals one of the city’s best purveyors of ceramics. Specialising in wares from nearby towns Montelupo and Deruta, the store only sells objects made entirely by hand, many of which sport particularly vivid golds and vermillions. Given the quality of the work, prices are quite reasonable.