I'm planning on spending an hour or so each at San Lorenzo church and The Medici Chapels on a Wednesday morning in February.
I have a Firenze Card voucher already purchased so hopefully won't need to queue?!? :)
I'll be approaching the Piazza San Lorenzo via Via L. Gori so I'll have the main facade of the church facing me first.
Researching the two places there is so much to see and I'm getting a little confused about the layout, having not been there before.
My questions are...
Do I go in the church first or proceed round the back to see the Medici Chapels first?
Is there an aesthetic benefit from seeing the church first or the chapels first?
As well as answering that one, I would be very grateful if someone would provide me with a little advice on how they may have ordered their own visit once inside these locations ie. what cloister led to where and where the staircase goes etc.etc. :)
As you can see I'm lost before I've even got there...ha ha!!
Thanks people, in advance (love this site!!)....