Welcome to the Uffizi Gallery application, the only one authorized by the Soprintendenza Speciale per il Patrimonio Storico, Artistico ed Etnoantropologico e per il Polo Museale della città di Firenze and by the Uffizi Gallery.
The Uffizi Gallery is the oldest museum in modern Europe, and one of the most visited in the world: discover it with the UFFIZI application, which is now updated with the news sections of the museums.
With UFFIZI you can discover the great masterpieces of Italian and European art, find your way around the rooms of the Gallery and plan your trip to Florence, having practical information about the museum constantly at your fingertips.
Giotto’s Madonna Enthroned, or Maestà, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, Leonardo’s Annunciation, the Doni Tondo by Michelangelo, Raphael’s Madonna of the Goldfinch and the Medusa by Caravaggio are just a few of the masterpieces displayed in the Florentine museum.
The Parallelo “Uffizi” allows you to plan your visit and guides you through the rooms of the Gallery. It will enhance your understanding of the most famous paintings and statues, and enable you to remember the most beautiful works and take them with you wherever you go.
The application permits different types of “visit”, and the information is presented in a clear and simple format:
showing ALL the rooms and listing all the works, keeps you updated with the new arrangements.
describes ALL the works available (more then 1500), most of them with photos.
The top 100 must-see works also have a brief factsheet on the history and significance of each work.
provides essential info for the visit: opening hours, ticket prices and other practical information
news about the Gallery: announcements, events, current exhibitions, the city of the Uffizi
For many years Parallelo has been in charge of the official website of the Uffizi and the other Florentine State museums (including the Accademia Gallery and the Pitti Palace), as well as dealing with their major IT projects regarding the cataloguing of the works of art, electronic documentation systems for the historic archive and the library, touch screen systems for exhibitions, and IT networks.