You can’t be blamed for walking slowly along the Florentine streets as you admire the art and history of this masterpiece of a city. Florence overflows with the influences of the Renaissance and you’ll discover many architectural wonders combined with exquisite artwork and sculptures surrounding Palazzo Del Moro. Step outside Palazzo Del Moro and you find yourself in the Santa Maria Novella neighbourhood, known for the enchanting beauty of the Dominican Basilica di Santa Maria Novella. Opposite the square you can find the Novecento Museum which is dedicated to contemporary works of art in Florence from the 19th Century to today.
Walk along Borgo Ognissanti and you will come to another important church, the Chiesa di Ognissanti. Botticelli and Vespucci are buried here and you can see the greatest of Ognissanti’s frescoes which is Ghirlandaio’s Last Supper in the refectory between the two cloisters. Cross the ‘Ponte alla Carraia’ bridge and you will find yourself in the center of the Oltrarno neighbourhood, famous for its artisan workshops and authentic surrounds. The Ponte Vecchio, Uffizzi Gallery and of course the Florence Cathedral, better known as the Duomo are all within a five minute walk from Palazzo Del Moro. Lovers of art, history and culture will find all this and more right on your doorstep when you choose to stay at Palazzo Del Moro.