Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Chiesa di Santa Trìnita
Built in Gothic style and later given a Mannerist facade, this 14th-century church shelters some of the city's finest frescoes,...
Chiesa dei Santissimi Apostoli
Via de' Tornabuoni
Renaissance palaces and the flagship stores of Italian fashion houses border Via de' Tornabuoni, the city's most expensive shopping...
Noir is the new black. Set in a riverside palazzo, the bar’s interior lives up to its name. Except for the original baroque fresco...
Our favourite for its simplicity, around since 1973. Sunrise to sunset this brick-vaulted, 13th-century cellar gently buzzes with...
Via de' Tornabuoni 2 · interesting places nearby
Museo Salvatore Ferragamo information
The splendid 13th-century Palazzo Spini-Feroni has been the home of the Ferragamo fashion empire since 1938. Anyone with even the faintest tendency towards shoe addiction or with an interest in the socio-historical context of fashion should not miss the esoteric but oddly compelling shoe museum.