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  • Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi/Centro di Cultura Contemporanea Strozzina

    Created in 2006, the FPS has hosted a clutch of exhibitions that have earned international praise; 2010’s Bronzino retrospective—the most comprehen... More
  • FOR Gallery

    Located in the city's Diladdarno art district, the photography and video gallery, showcases cutting-edge talent such as Israeli street-art photogra... More
  • Fusion Bar

    Established in 1999, this minimalist Japanese-Italian bar at the Ferragamo’s Gallery Hotel Art is still the meeting point for Florence’s style-cons... More
  • Galleria Biagiotti

    American Carole Biagiotti represents the likes of Italian street painter Ericailcane—known for his whimsical fauna-themed paintings and drawings. More
  • Gerard Loft

    The inattentive observer might dismiss this minimalist white apparel store near the Duomo as just another fashion boutique. Fashion folk know that ... More
  • Giardini & Villa Bardini

    Since its reopening in 2005 following 50 years of neglect, the 10-acre Gardens of the Villa Bardini in the Oltrarno have become a favorite with Flo... More
  • La Rosa Canina

    A flower shop on a side street in San Niccolo (the artisan's quarter of the Oltrarno), La Rosa Canina ("the dog rose") is run by a brother-sister t... More
  • Loretta Caponi

    Actor Anthony Hopkins once described Loretta Caponi as "the finest store in all of Italy," and it’s hard to disagree. Located in the flower-frescoe... More
  • Market to Table

    One-day market and culinary tours of Florence with Tuscan-food expert Faith Willinger. More
  • Museo della Fondazione Roberto Capucci

    Housed in the 17th-century Villa Bardini, this fashion museum showcases the innovative designs of world-renowned dressmaker Robert Capucci. After o... More
  • Museo Marino Marini

    In a former church, the museum houses 183 sculptures by mid-20th-century Tuscan artist Marino Marini, famous for stylized equestrian works. More
  • National Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology

    The museum houses an impressive collection of African and Asian art. More
  • Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella

    Along with Loretta Caponi, this antique pharmacy—in a frescoed side-chapel of the Santa Maria Novella church—is one of the most gorgeous shops in F... More
  • Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens

    Recent renovations at this sprawling Renaissance-Mannerist palazzo have opened up archives, grottoes, and sights that had been closed years. Among ... More
  • Poggiali e Forconi

    In the hip Diladdarno arts district, this long-established gallery has impressive rotating shows that include Patti Smith and David LaChapelle. More

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