Designed by Leon Battista Alberti in the 1440s for one of Florence’s richest families, this palazzo is arguably the first Renaissance...
Museo Marino Marini
Deconsecrated in the 19th century, the Chiesa di San Pancrazio is home to this small art museum displaying sculptures, portraits and...
Stroll along Borgo d'Ognissanti, from Piazza Carlo Goldoni towards ancient city gate Porta al Prato, past antiques shops and designer...
This stylish wine bar tucked beneath a red-brick vaulted ceiling is privy to one of Florence's most happening aperitivo scenes. From...
L'Osteria di Giovanni
It's not the decor that stands out at this friendly neighbourhood eatery, it's the cuisine: Tuscan and creative. Think chickpea soup...
Lonely Planet review
Unapologetically 19th century, this grand old pharmacy still brews up its own herbal remedies, natural fragrances and cosmetics. Scents include Tuscan lavender, Florentine iris and agrumi – a sweetly bracing citrus concoction.