Uffizi GalleryThe Uffizi Gallery
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The Uffizi Gallery Museum is an informal guidebook.
The" Galleria Degli Uffizi" is one of the most renowned museum of the whole wide range of art and masterworks preserved in its wall, most of them from the Renaissance time. Most of the Medici collection was given to the Tuscan state to "decorate the state, be useful to the public and arouse the foreigners' curiosity".
Find out more about the story of the Uffizi. Situated in the centre of Florence, the Uffizi Gallery houses works of great works by great Italians such as Botticelli, Giotto, Cimabue, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Raffaello, to name but a few of the most notable. Uffizi Gallery is a must for everyone who visits Florence and Tuscany and receives over one million each year.
Together with the Vatican and Vatican Museues in Rome, the Uffizi are Italy's two most popular and the long queues at the entry to the Museu are almost as popular as his masterworks! In order to make it easier for you to schedule your trip to the Uffizi, you will find information about opening times, admission fees and more in the "Plan your visit" section; for the most important works of art, rooms and our route suggestions, please see the "Discover the Museum" section.
It is also recommended that if you wish to jump over the routes or if your Florence stay is restricted, you should reserve your ticket in advance or take a guide to make the most of your stay. Further musea in Florence: One cannot come to Florence and not see the most renowned statue in the whole wide open area.
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