There’s something that beckons from this particular corner of Florence's Piazza della Signoria. Whether it’s the entrance to Palazzo Vecchio, the nearby ‘loggia’ bristling with its powerful statues, or the Arno flowing just beyond, you’ll know you’re in the perfect place to discover the Italian Renaissance like never before.
The Uffizi Gallery houses the world’s most significant collection of Renaissance paintings, and is a testament to Florence and the surrounding region of Tuscany’s role in defining a moment that is universally recognized as one of the most beautiful and artistically fertile in history.
Step inside and you’ll be awash among the exacting brushstrokes and fluid compositions of resounding old masters like Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo, as you wander the Uffizi’s inviting halls immersed in visions you will cherish, from the Birth of Venus to Spring, Madonna del Cardellino to The Annunciation, this is one museum you cannot miss.
Yes. Photography (without flash) is permitted inside the Uffizi Gallery.
Unfortunately no food or drink is allowed within the Uffizi Gallery. However it is fine to bring a light and fully foldable stroller with you.
The Uffizi Gallery is closed every Monday so we will not be able to arrange a private tour for you on this day.