Bequeathed to Florence by the last surviving member of the Medici family, the Uffizi Gallery was one of the world’s first modern museums. A treasure trove of Renaissance art by masters like Botticelli, Giotto, Da Vinci and Michelangelo, it houses one of Italy’s most important art collections.
Rebuilt twice due to fire,
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’s Teatro La Fenice (The Phoenix, fittingly) is one of Europe’s most famous opera houses. Verdi premiered both Rigoletto and La Traviata here, and international greats like Stravinsky have composed for the house.