Palazzo Uguccioni is a historic residence overlooking Piazza della Signoria, one of the most famous squares in the world, whose monuments are universally valued humankind’s masterpieces. Its impressive Renaissance façade, built by Mariotto di Zanobi Folfi in 1549
and presumably designed by Raffaello, leads to an older medieval lobby, which proves that the palace dates back to the time when Piazza della Signoria was the core of a very active Florentine life.
Today, you can feel the same atmosphere of that time staying in one of the oldest palaces of Florence: you will feel the excitement of waking up facing the fascinating scenario of Piazza della Signoria.
Live a unique experience in the heart of culture and history of one of the most beautiful art’s cities of the world!
Arriving by Train
Florence’s main train station is called “Santa Maria Novella”. The station is about 10-15 minutes walking from Palazzo Uguccioni; however, we recommend taking a taxi to the Palazzo if you have any luggage, since it can be difficult pulling luggage across our ancient cobblestone streets! There are taxi stands at the station, and you can tell your driver to take you to #7 Piazza della Signoria. Make online train reservations, or check train times online here:
Arriving by Plane
Florence’s airport is called “Amerigo Vespucci”. From the airport, take a taxi to Palazzo Uguccioni at #7 Piazza della Signoria. It will take approximately 20-25 minutes, depending on traffic.
Arriving by Car & Parking
Palazzo Uguccioni is located in a traffic limited area. If you arrive with the car, please use:
Via dell’ Oriuolo, 14
Tel: 055 2260128