In the city centre there are Liberty details to be spotted among the buildings of Piazza della Repubblica, like the Giubbe Rosse cafè and the colonnade of the old cafè Gambrinus (now hosting the Hard Rock Cafè).
In Borgo Ognissanti don't miss the Casa-galleria Vichi.
The Stibbert Museum and the surrounding garden are characterized by eclectic style and the same curiosity for the exotic, with pavilions, statues, fake ruins and a small Egyptian temple.
It's also possible to follow an itinerary, by foot or by bus, and discover three houses, a greenhouse in a garden and an unusual church.
Starting from the central station, towards Viale Milton, we find the colourful Orthodox Russian Church, built 1899-1903 from plans of russian architect Michele Preobrangensky and carried out by Florentines Boccini and Paciarelli.
Across the Mugnone stream, on via XX Settembre, there is a not too over-the-top house. Continuing in the direction of Porta Rossa we reach the Horticulture Garden: the garden's tepidarium - a glass greenhouse - was built for the first national Horticultural Exhibition in 1880 on a plan by Giacomo Roster.