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  • Salvatore Ferragamo Shoe Museum

    With his obsessive dedication and talent, Salvatore Ferragamo (1898¬–1960) was the Mozart of handmade shoes. This intimate museum in the vaulted ba... More
  • San Lorenzo Market

    This lively, sprawling street market is an obligatory stop for anyone in search of cheap and cheerful fashion accessories and gifts. These days man... More
  • San Marco Museum

    The museum includes the famed monks' cells with frescoes by Fra Angelico. More
  • Sangallo Art Station

    A gallery-café featuring rising and established names such as 1970's Pop artist Mario Schifano. More
  • Santa Croce

    The walls of this evocatively dim and echoing Franciscan church are lined by the tombs of some of Tuscany's greatest luminaries: artist Michelangel... More
  • Santissima Annunziata

    View the church's frescoes by Perugino, Andrea del Sarto, and Jacopo da Pantormo. More
  • Soul Space

    East meets West in the person of Kurdish-European doctor Zelal Elbistan at his chic city spa. Drop by after a hard day’s sightseeing for a Turkish ... More
  • Teatro del Sale

    Snowy-bearded chef Fabio Picchi announces dishes through his open kitchen window at Teatro del Sale, a restaurant and theater club. At Picchi’s com... More
  • Teatro della Pergola

    Billed as the oldest opera house in Italy, the Teatro della Pergola was built in 1656 as a private theatre for the Grand Dukes of Tuscany. Over the... More
  • The Duomo & The Baptistery

    Scrambling up between the layers of the cathedral’s noble, white-ribbed orange dome for the requisite city panorama, you get to glimpse up close so... More
  • Uffizi Gallery

    The Uffizi contains the world's most magnificent collection of Renaissance art from the greatest of Old Masters. This relatively small gallery, occ... More
  • Vestri

    Serving some of the best gelato in the city for more than three decades, this tiny artisanal chocolate shop is situated behind a narrow glass store... More

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