Museo di Firenze com’Era
Florence for Fun
Mainstream cookery classes and pizza-, gelato- and sorbet-making workshops.
Grande Museo del Duomo
Surprisingly overlooked by the crowds, this impressive museums – currently being enlarged – safeguards sacred and liturgical treasures...
Florence's Duomo is the city's most iconic landmark. Capped by Filippo Brunelleschi's red-tiled cupola , it's a staggering construction...
Caffe delle Oblate
On the top floor of a convent–turned–public library, this new cafe offers plenty of space to spread out, with tables scattered around a...
Queue at the back of the shop for hot panini (sandwiches), at the front for cold, at this busy student favourite. Pick from 29...
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Museo di Firenze com’Era information
Tucked behind Brunelleschi’s dome, this melancholic little museum tells the story of Florence through a series of paintings from the Renaissance through to the 19th century. A newer annexe also displays prehistoric, Etruscan and Roman artefacts, including a diorama of the city as it looked in Roman times.