Palazzo Sforza Almeni is a 16th‐century palace, which is particularly known for the ceiling frescoes by Giorgio Vasari in its so‐called Vasari Hall. Located in the heart of Florence, the palace is home to live music performances, as well as artist ateliers in the cellars, and a restaurant on the ground floor.
Built for Piero d'Antonio Taddei, the palace was confiscated by Cosimo di Medici I because of the Taddei family's opposition to the Medici regime. Duke di Medici granted the palazzo to his cupbearer, Sforza Almeni, who commissioned the paintings by Cristoforo Gherardi and Giorgio Vasari.
Palazzo Sforza Almeni, Via del Castellaccio 3r‐5r, 50122 Florence, Italy, Google Maps