This holy place of Renaissance art, located inside Santa Maria del Carmine, is pretty much where it all started. It’s sometimes referred to as “the Sistine Chapel of the early Renaissance,” which should be no surprise since Michelangelo himself came here to study years before going to work at the famous chapel in Rome. Brancacci is home to a fantastic collection of Renaissance masterpieces, including the fresco cycle of scenes from the life of St. Peter. If you're looking for some of the foundational artwork of the Renaissance, you'll want to swing by here and see the inspiration firsthand.
This organization, which puts on opera, ballet and musical performances year round, is one of the... Read more