Museo di Storia Naturale - Zoologia La Specola
One of several sections of Florence's natural history museum dating to 1775, La Specola showcases 5000-odd animals (out of an...
Galleria del Costume
Fabulous armchairs, lots of recycled and upcycled vintage furniture, books to read, juke box, crepes and a tasty little choice of...
This is a real favourite gourmet address for Florentines living this side of the river. Be it chocolates, cakes, pastries or pralines,...
Piazza San Felice 8 · interesting places nearby
Casa Guidi information
It was on the ground floor of 15th-century Palazzo Guidi, across from Palazzo Pitti, that Robert and Elizabeth Browning rented an apartment in 1847, a year after their marriage. Robert wrote Men and Women in the apartment they called home for 14 years and poetess Elizabeth both gave birth to their only child here and died here.