Palazzo Medici Riccardi

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8 / 10

9 expert reviews

“The main reason for visiting this solid 15th-century palazzo, built by Michelozzo, and now the city's prefettura, is to see Benozzo Gozzoli's delightful Cappella dei Magi on the first floor.”

– Concierge

Fodor's Fodor's
"The main attraction of this palace, begun in 1444 by Michelozzo for Cosimo de' Medici, is the interior chapel, the so-called Cappella dei Magi on the piano nobile (second) floor." Full review
Let's Go Let's Go
"Rooms and courtyards on the ground floor host modern sculpture installations, while the halls upstairs exhibit their own walls and ceilings, all splattered with some pretty cool pictures." Full review
Michelin Guide Michelin Guide
2 Stars
"The building's exterior gives little indication as to the splendour which awaits within." Full review
The Telegraph The Telegraph
"Masaccio and Masolino’s frescoes in the Brancacci Chapel are better known – and very lovely they are too, breathing the simple humanism of the early Renaissance." Full review
Afar Magazine Afar Magazine
"Located behind the church of San Lorenzo, this is where many members of the ruling Medici family are buried." Full review
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