Ferragamo and Gucci Museums
You will meet your driver at ship dock or at tender mooring; he will wait for you handling the Onirikos arrival board.
He will drive you to Florence where you will meet your Professional Guide in order to experience a unique excursion in Florence.
The museum’s footwear collection documents the entire span of Salvatore Ferragamo’s career, from his return to Italy in 1927 to 1960 the year he died. There are the shoes that are famous because they were made for Hollywood stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo and Audrey Hepburn. A century of history told by footwear. It highlights his technical and artistic skills which, through his color choices, the creativity of the designs and use of innovative materials made a fundamental contribution to the growth and establishment of Made in Italy. You will then visit the second fashion Museum of Florence that is a home of the great Guccio Gucciand of the man who, in1922, founded what was soon to become an incontrovertible symbol of Italian style. On the first floor there is a section dedicated to travel, which describes how Guccio Gucci began his career as porter and how his first collections were inspired by his days working at London's Savoy Hotel. Visitors can admire suitcases, trunks and accessories created between the 1950's and 1970's for an elite international clientele, which included divas such as Liz Taylor and Liza Minnelli. The first floor of the museum is dedicated to one of Gucci's most important success stories: Flora World. Created in 1966, Gucci's Flora foulards were made famous by their greatest fan, Grace Kelly. Last, but not least, is the "Evening room", where Gucci's most luxurious red carpet creations are housed.
After the visit your driver will escort you back to the Port.