Cenacolo del Conservatorio di Fuligno
Centro Lorenzo de’ Medici
Language and huge variety of supplementary courses, including restoration and conservation, art history and jewellery design.
Housed in a 19th-century iron-and-glass structure, Florence's oldest and largest food market is noisy, smelly and full of wonderful...
City Sightseeing Firenze
Explore Florence by red open-top bus, hopping on and off at 15 bus stops around the city. Tickets, sold by the driver, are valid for 24...
Casa del Vino
Locals keep popping in all day long for a nip or two from a limited but carefully selected list of daily pourings of Chianti at this...
Ristorante Le Fonticine
Named for the 16th-century fountain by Luca della Robbia that is just to the right of the entrance, this popular eatery features the...
Cenacolo del Conservatorio di Fuligno information
Lonely Planet review
In 1845 workers in an ex-convent uncovered an extraordinary site – a huge, intact fresco of the Last Supper in a former cenacolo (monk’s refectory). At first attributed to Raphael, it is now generally believed to be the work of Perugino, though completed largely by his students. The dining apostles are set against a sylvan country scene, creating the effect that you’re looking through a window onto the harmonious scene.