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  • Museo dell'Opera del Duomo

    Florence
    Museum
    Museo dell'Opera del Duomo - Museum in Florence.
    Apr 20, 2013 The Duomo Museum "My Take: The Museo dell’Opera del Duomo (or the Duomo museum) is home to a number of works which, once, used to reside in the city’s main cathedral along with the Florence Baptistery adjacent to it. The various works here are so intriguing that I found myself longing to go back (and did) after just one visit. This museum is great for anyone with an interest in the history of Florence. The Scene: This museum is much larger than its outer façade would suggest and is, in fact, a 4-story structure. Art here includes Michelangelo’s last Pieta, impressive dual choir lofts sculpted by Luca della Robbia and Donatello and the original Gates of Paradise (once the main entrance to the Baptistery) done in bronze relief by Ghiberti. Cocktails & Cuisine: There is no form of food or drink either served or allowed inside. Prices: The entrance fee for adults is 6 euro, which is not bad considering some of the more outrageous museum ticket prices. What to Wear: There is no dress code, so wear what you like. Insider Info/When to Go: The Museo dell’Opera del Duomo is open Monday-Saturday from 9 am to 7:30 pm and on Sundays from 9am until 1:45 pm. " hide
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  • Apr 20, 2013 The Medici Chapels "My Take: The Medici Chapels are a pair of large structures which, combined, make up the Basilica of San Lorenzo. While the entirety of this enormous dual church is impressive, the New Sacristy is by far the more well known. Personally, this is my favorite area as it contains a number of sculptures carried out by the Renaissance master Michelangelo. The Scene: The amazing craftsmanship and overwhelmingly spiritual nature of these Chapels offers, I believe, a welcome reprieve from the hectic and constantly bustling streets just outside. The small New Sacristy offers a unique experience in that nearly everything in the room is made of marble, a vision in white so to speak. Furthermore, the two tombs inside that of lesser known Guiliano di Lorenzo de’ Medici and Lorenzo di Piero de’ Medici, are comprised of 3 life-size sculptural figures carved by Michelangelo. Cocktails & Cuisine: There are no cocktails or cuisine served at the Medici Chapels. These are, in fact, not allowed inside. Prices: The entrance fee will set you back only 7 euro, which is relatively modest compared to other museums and tourist destinations. What to Wear: As this is a church, dress code will be rather strictly enforced. Men should be fine as long as they wear a t-shirt, but women must remember to cover their shoulders and knees. I would recommend wearing a long maxi skirt or pants and bringing a scarf if you plan on wearing a tank top. Insider Info/When to Go: The Medici Chapels are typically open Monday through Saturday from 8:15 am until 3:30 pm. " hide
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  • Apr 20, 2013 Antica Gelateria Fiorentina "My Take: Despite its decidedly unenthusiastic exterior, Antica Gelateria is actually home to some pretty amazing gelato. The frozen delicacy here is incredibly authentic and comes at a great price. For me, this was a regular (as in daily) go to just after class or during one of my breaks. The Scene: Antica is quite small but, then again, this is true of nearly every gelateria in Florence. There are a few of tables inside and a bench just out front if you prefer to sit and enjoy your gelato. Cocktails & Cuisine: While they do serve water, juice and soda, Antica Gelateria’s main staple is the delicious gelato. This is one of the only places in the city which serves innovative flavors like green tea and biscotti. Prices: As far as price is concerned, this is more than likely the least expensive place at which to purchase gelato. A cone which might regularly cost between 3 and 4 euro is, here, only 1. What to Wear: There is no dress code at Antica Gelateria so wear whatever you like. Insider Info/When to Go: The best time to visit Antica is whenever you have a serious craving for gelato and don’t feel up to paying more than you should. " hide
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