A suite of rooms on the first floor of the Palazzo Guidi in which the poets Elizabeth and Robert Browning lived for many years, Casa Guidi is today an elegant and evocative Landmark for up to six people in the heart of Florence.
*We are sorry but we’ve had to suspend these visiting arrangements during the Covid-19 pandemic in order to keep our staff safe. We’ll reinstitute them as soon as things get back to normal.*
The principal rooms of the apartment are open to the public from 3pm until 6pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons between April and the end of November.
No booking is required. Contact the Booking Office for directions.
Read about the history and restoration of Casa Guidi here.