The Uffizi Gallery in Florence holds a huge collection of valuable works mostly from the Italian Renaissance. The building was designed by Giorgio Vasari in 1560 for Cosimo I de' Medici, the second Duke of Florence, to house administrative offices and the state archive. Over the time, the Medici family filled up the rooms with more and more paintings and sculptures from their private collection and eventually the house opened to the public as an art gallery. The Galleria degli Uffizi boasts paintings by Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Albrecht Dürer, Titian and Raphael. One room is dedicated to interesting objects collected by the Medici family.
|Tuesday||08:15 am – 06:50 pm|
|Wednesday||08:15 am – 06:50 pm|
|Thursday||08:15 am – 06:50 pm|
|Friday||08:15 am – 06:50 pm|
|Saturday||08:15 am – 06:50 pm|
|Sunday||08:15 am – 06:50 pm|
Closed on Jan 1 and Dec 25.
|0 - 17||Free|
High Season ( 01/03 to 31/10 )
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