In the very heart of Florence - this Renaissance masterpiece is dripping with opulence and splendour for a once in a lifetime Italian wedding event!
Originally built in the 1500's by one of the noble families of Florence, it was later embellished and then finally restored in May 1821 to its present magnificence. It is indeed one of the finest noble palaces in Florence and only a few steps from the Piazza della Signoria and the famous Duomo.
Once you enter the Palazzo, its beauty and splendour are truly dazzling. The main staircase brings you to the first floor where all of the great halls are located. The Hall of Mirrors used to be the bedroom of Napoleon's sister: Pauline. The gilding and stucco work are incredible. The Palace is a succession of one grand hall after the other until you finally reach the "piece de resistance", the Monumental Gallery which stands on its own as an architectural and artistic jewel. Two hundred quadrate meters of paintings, stuccos, bas-reliefs, statues and magnificent curtains.