Uffizi GalleryOne of the most important museums in the world, divided into various rooms depending on the school of art and style, and organised in chronological order, the Gallery houses some of the most important artworks from the Gothic era, Renaissance and Mannerism era, from artists ranging from Cimabue to Michelangelo, Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci and Raffaello.
The collection of works by Sandro Botticelli is without comparison.
Responsibility for the construction of the Gallery was entrusted to Giorgio Vasari. Subsequently, due to the marriage of Duke Francesco with Giovanna of Austria, in just six months he built the so-called Vasariano Corridor, which from Palazzo Vecchio travels along part of the gallery, crossing the Arno on the Ponte Vecchio and emerging in the Oltrarno quarter, finally arriving in the garden of Boboli and from there into Palazzo Pitti. From here, a link was created to safely reach the Belvedere Fortress.