Come to visit the museum of Palazzo Vecchio, symbol of the history of Florence and of the Medici family, accompanied by a local and professional tour guide. Through this guided tour, you can fully appreciate the Renaissance era, entering from the priority entrance without waste the time in the line. The building that you are going to visit was built from the end of 1200 and it was the second seat of the Florentine Republic. In 1500, the palace became the residence of Grand Duke Cosimo I de Medici and finally, in 1800 it also became the seat of the Italian Parliament. Inside, you can visit the Halls of the Government of the Republic, the rooms of the Grand Ducal Family, the "Sala dei Gigli", the "Sala delle Mappe Geografiche" and the Sala of the last Chancellor of the Republic". But the main attraction is the Salone dei 500, entirely frescoed by Giorgio Vasari. Nowadays, the building also represents the seat of the Municipality of Florence. After the guided tour you'll have the possibility to return even during the days following the visit, to explore the museum again freely since the entrance ticket does not have no expiration date.