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Chapel Brancacci (Santa Maria del Carmine)

The chapel is famous worldwide for its frescoes of Masaccio. They were a great inspiration for da Vinci and Michelangelo. The visit now includes an excellent interactive audio-visual tour.
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Uffizi Gallery

This is one of the greatest museums of the world with masterpieces from the 13th to 19th century. The Uffizi is the most important and visited museum in Florence and its most famous works include Botticelli’s "Birth of Venus". The name of the Uffizi means offices and the museum was completed in 1581. Since the 17th century, it has been open to visitors and in 1765 it was officially opened to the public.
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Galleria dell’Accademia

The Galleria museum is one of the most popular museums in Florence. It hosts famous sculptures by Michelangelo, including the iconic “David", that is 5,17 m high.
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Palazzo Vecchio

This was the home of the Priori delle Arti, of the Signoria and a ducal residence. Palazzo Vecchio, meaning "the old palace" and is located in Piazza della Signoria. The building is now the town hall of Florence. It has large collections of paintings and sculptures. On the square just in front of Palazzo Vecchio you see a copy of the famous statue "David" by Michelangelo. This was where the original statue was situated before it was moved to Accademia Gallery in 1873.
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Tuscan Wine Tour

Chianti in Tuscany is one of the world’s most famous wine districts and Florence is one of the cities located right in this area. The landscape here is unique with green hills and vineyards lying next to olive groves. You can hire a car and visit one of the vineyards on your own or book one of the many wine tours organised from Florence. One company organising wine tour are Tuscan Wine Tours by Grape Tours:
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