For people interested in Renaissance, we suggest a long stay in Florence (two weeks at least).
- the church of San Lorenzo
and the Old Sacresty, the church of Santo Spirito
and the Sacresty, convent of San Marco
with Library, the Foundlings Hospital of the Innocenti
, the Pazzi Chapel
, the Gondi Palace, tha Strozzi Palace, the Medici Palace
, the Rucellai Palace, the facade of the church Santa Maria Novella
, the Dome of Santa Maria del Fiore
and so on.
- Bargello Palace
(National Museum of Sculpture), Museum Opera del Duomo
, the Crucifix by Brunelleschi in the church of Santa Maria Novella
, the Crucifix by Donatello in the church of Santa Croce
- the Brancacci Chapel
by Masaccio (frescoes), the Holy Trinity by Masaccio in the Church of Santa Maria Novella
(fresco), the altar chapel in the church S. M. Novella (frescoes by Domenico Ghirlandaio), the Sassetti Chapel in the church Santa Trinita
(frescoes by D. Ghirlandaio), the Magi Chapel
in the Medici Palace
(frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli), frescoes by Paolo Uccello and Andrea del Castagno in the Duomo
of Florence, the Last Suppers
by Ghirlandaio, A. del Castagno.
More painting (frescoes and panels) in the: Uffizi Gallery
, Pitti Palace
, Accademy of Fine Art
, Convent of San Marco
and in any other church and Museum of Florence.
For opening hours of Museums and Churches, see the Museums TTables.