Complete Tour. The Bargello is one of the oldest Florentine palaces built in 1255 and home to the Podestà, then a prison and finally, since 1865, a museum. As soon as you enter you immediately notice the beauty and uniqueness of the courtyard, dating back to the 13th century and then enriched in the 14th century. From the staircase and the veranda. In the center an octagonal well and the allegorical sculptures by Bartolomeo Ammannati, the ocean by Giambologna and some reliefs by Benedetto da Maiano. On the first floor the sculpture of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries including the David di Donatello, masterpieces by Ghiberti, Brunelleschi, Verrocchio and Luca della Robbia. On the ground floor sculptures from the Tuscan 16th century: Michelangelo, Sansovino, Ammannati, Cellini, Giambologna. It is currently one of the most underrated museums by mass tourism and thanks to this it is possible to visit it in peace and recognize all its historical and artistic value: all the works on display are original and visible from very close to appreciate the stylistic details. A true beauty experience! At the end of the visit, we’ll share a good glass of wine inside an ancient medieval tower, decorated with fourteenth-century frescoes and a mysterious character who reveals his true face!